6 places to visit for a sober summerCategories: Food & Drink
We all love a good drink, especially a cool and refreshing one in this never-ending summer. But, does it need to be alcoholic? Whether you’re pregnant, driving or just don’t like the taste of alcohol – we have got you sorted. We have searched high and low to find you six places in Leeds which both offer both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to cool you down in this sizzling heat.
Keeping it in the familyCategories: Shopping & Lifestyle
Keeping an independent business alive in today’s climate is very difficult and impressive to say the least. Local, traditional, family-owned independent businesses act as the cornerstone of our community. The word family applies to all of us whether it makes us think of our parents, or a very close group of friends.
The Picture House Project: looking forward and backCategories: Community
In 2017, Hyde Park Picture House embarked on a mission. The mission was to develop their 104-year-old historic cinema to…
Come Find UsCategories: Entertainment & Culture
On the first Friday of the month you’re likely to see myself – dressed in a matching beret and sash reading ‘Come Find Us Guide’ – leading a tour of up to 50 people from The Old Red Bus Station on a journey to our creative community’s beloved Mabgate area, on the north-eastern periphery of town. My mission is to give people an alternative Friday night out in Leeds and a friendly introduction to the incredible range of amazing creative stuff that’s happening right under our noses.
Monday bluesCategories: Food & Drink
“I hate Mondays.” – never in the history of time have we related to something as much as we do than with that phrase. The phrase is commonly used by the feline philosopher that is Garfield and it’s funny how most people can relate to a cartoon cat more than they can to the people that are actually around them.
With These Hands: potyertitsawayluvCategories: Entertainment & Culture
I’m Emma, a recently turned 28-year-old, originally from Edinburgh. Since then I’ve been a bit of a nomad and called Glasgow, Manchester, and now Leeds, home. I live with my boyfriend, Archer, and our very beautiful squishy-faced cat, Lady.
A Candlelight at the end of the cottageCategories: Community, Shopping & Lifestyle
Childhood cancer is a topic that few of us can comfortably discuss, but for families with a diagnosis, the isolation takes on a whole new meaning. Children may stand a significantly greater chance of recovery, but alleviating the emotional and financial repercussions of treatment, with little to no external support, is a burden itself.
Issue 13 – Suffragette City
Sometimes it can take a lifetime to create positive change. Often it can take another to affirm it. Now here we are, a hundred years on from a famously significant step, and we’ve still not made it. Gender equality, to state the bleeding’ obvious, hasn’t happened. But once again, the good people are standing up, and continually, the world will progress; towards fairness and towards inclusivity. So, in this issue, we celebrate the vital contribution contribution of women in Leeds, from a heroic past, through an essential present, to a hopeful future.