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Daily Archives: 15th March 2017

Photo: Jose Francisco Del Valle Mojica @ Flickr

Art in the Northern Quarter

Liv Clarke explores the creative world of Manchester’s Northern Quarter

Review: Sweet Dreams

A coming-of-age story that struggles to come to turn with the past

Photo: SBS Productions

Review: Elle

Paul Verhoeven completes his quasi-female trilogy of sex, violence and independence, but does Isabelle Huppert’s Oscar-nominated performance get dragged down in the seething violence?

Photo: Closest to the Hole Productions

Review: Patriots Day

This subpar movie is based on the Boston marathon bombings

Photo: Delirio Films

Review: LoveTrue

LoveTrue is genre-surpassing and shimmeringly poignant

Photo: Dai O'Nysius @ Wikimedia Commons

The infrastructure and politics of the Curry Mile

The Reclaim the Night march and Wilsmlow Road’s new cycle lanes expose the subtle tensions that exist between the Rusholme and student communities

Luca Toni, Fiorentina. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

ACF Fiorentina: The Lazarus Mission

Football is sacred to most, but in Florence, miracles of biblical proportions have occurred before…

Blazer £79.99. Photo: Zara.com

Working 9-5

The working wardrobe can be a minefield after the years spent slumming in your comfies on the Magic Bus, so some minor shifts might be needed to get the professional look

Photo: Memento Films Production

Best Foreign Film: the politics behind it

Mritunjay Sharma expands on the problematic nature of foreign nomination at the Oscars

Photo: joycecl @Flickr

DIY: Memories Jar

Keeping track of all your important memories throughout the year, good and bad, can be a really good way to reflect and grow as a person

Photo: University of Manchester Drama Society

Review: Helping Hannah

Part of The University of Manchester Drama Society’s MIFTAs season, this is a charming, coming of age drama

Photo: The Mancunion

The feminist fashion journalist

In light of the Women in Media conference last week, Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Sophie Soar presents her favourite woman in the media and her apt ability to combine fashion and feminism