The truth about joining your uni gym

Joining a gym can be challenging for anyone, but joining a gym where chances are you will make awkward eye contact with one of your lecturers or coursemates makes the whole experience more daunting. The Perks? Rush what? Unlike other gyms, there will not be a rush hour (or there will at least be less... Continue Reading →

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Zorba’s, Bournemouth: A Review

Zorba’s on Old Christchurch Road is Bournemouth’s answer to authentic Greek cuisine. This place will have you drooling over their dishes more quickly than you can say ‘halloumi’, and their friendly service and modern decor means that this place isn’t to be missed. When Bournemouth has such an array of international restaurants and cuisines, it... Continue Reading →

Katsu Bar: Review Bournemouth

Sushi can be scary territory for a meal out. Unless you are an expert, it’s hard to know how much and what to order. Luckily, the friendly service, easy-to-read menu and relaxed atmosphere mean that ordering at the Katsu Bar is easy and ideal for the sushi virgin. Ideally placed up on Oxford Road near... Continue Reading →

Midweek Munch: The Perfect Pickle Brunch

BOURNEMOUTH IS RIDDEN WITH CUTE INDEPENDENT CAFE’S, BAKERIES AND BISTROS – YOU JUST NEED TO KNOW WHERE TO LOOK. CHECK OUT THE LITTLE PICKLE DELI CAFE FOR AN OUTSTANDING EXPERIENCE YOU WON’T FORGET. THE PLACE Nestled cosily on the busy Boscombe high street, it’s hard to miss the craftily decorated window display and the waft... Continue Reading →

The Shakti Secret: Recipe for Relaxation

HEAR THE WORD BOSCOMBE AND YOU MAY IMMEDIATELY PICTURE DARK ALLEYWAYS AND THREATENING FIGURES, BUT LITTLE DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE HIDDEN GEM OF SHAKTI MASSAGE NESTLED INSIDE THE GLORIOUS ARCADE ON THE HIGH-STREET. Shakti massage is a relatively new concept. With the shakti element involving one’s consciousness with their inner power, the massage is... Continue Reading →

Album Review: Jenny Hval’s Blood Bitch

JENNY HVAL’S LATEST ALBUM ‘BLOOD BITCH’ IS NOT FOR THE FAINTHEARTED AND DOESN’T JUST FOCUS ON THE MUSICAL ELEMENTS OF HER TRACKS BUT INSTEAD THE SENSORY AND VISUAL. The Norwegian artist started releasing her unique creations in 2006 under the alias, “Rockettothesky.”  Her debut E.P, Cigars, was awarded a Spellemannprisen (Norwegian equivalent to a Grammy)... Continue Reading →

#FoundSound: Hockey Dad

  With a week of blistering sun on the cards, this hazy blast of surf rock from Australia’s Hockey Dad is the scintillating soundtrack we’ve been searching for. ‘So Tired’ oozes summer; it’s an earworming sugar rush of slacker rock that brings to mind yellowing grass, potent concoctions in plastic cups and bare burnt backs.... Continue Reading →

Midweek Munch: Ojo Rojo

  OJO ROJO SERVES AS BOURNEMOUTH’S NEWEST ANSWER TO AUTHENTIC MEXICAN STREET FOOD. LOCATED IN THE BUSY BOURNEMOUTH TRIANGLE, THIS NOVEL-LIKE AND DYNAMIC RESTAURANT HAS RAPIDLY CREATED A REPUTATION FOR ITS MOUTH-WATERING MENU AND EXCITING TAKE ON TRADITIONAL MEXICAN DISHES. IMI BYERS DELVES IN DEEPER TO INVESTIGATE THE SPICY NEW TREND… The restaurant name ‘Ojo... Continue Reading →

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