I'd interviewed the Desert Chill team last August while I was interning with Time Out Dubai. I re-wrote the piece and added the British element to it as part of my module submission for my MA Magazine Journalism course. An integral part of British culture is an ice cream van cruising the streets playing … Continue reading The Empire Strikes Back. With Ice Cream.
I know people who got married when they were 18 or 19 years old. And I considered that too young. But getting married at 18 or 19 is absolutely nothing comparison to children as young as 10 or 11 being thrust into a state of wedlock. When I read this article in the Global Post … Continue reading Yet another bane: Child Marriage
I'd watch this movie for Liza Minelli's rendition of Beyoncé's "All the Single Ladies". And maybe to see the white camel. Four women who haven't aged very well running helter-skelter around New York City (with one of them who humps anything that moves) then jet-setting to "Abu Dhabi" to unleash their "modern" views - that … Continue reading What I Thought of Sex and the City 2
via magculture.com I love fonts. Not surprising though - I feel most journalists, especially magazine journalists, should have an inherent love for them I was reading We Love Magazines yesterday and I came across the story of David Carson (whom you can read more about if you click the shared image at the top … Continue reading Of Graphic Designers and Fonts