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“Not everyone likes it and that’s okay” – An Interview With Cardinal Burns

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Currently on a national tour off the back of the success of the second series of their hit sketch show . We caught up with Dustin Demri-Burns – one half of comedy duo Cardinal Burns – while he brushed his teeth.   So first of all, how’s the tour going so far? … Read More

Film | Is Fox Right to Make ‘Deadpool’ PG-13?

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Image: Marvel Studios For years, certain Marvel fans have been clamouring for a movie based on the character of Deadpool; a wisecracking, fourth-wall-aware, ultraviolent assassin. The idea for this project had been floating around since 2004, so when it was announced that Ryan Reynolds would be playing the cult-favourite character … Read More

Arts | Preview – No/Gloss Film Festival

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Image: the-totality.com, Video: No Gloss Film Festival The independent film festival No Gloss is returning to Leeds for its third year. Showing mainly a series of short films throughout the day, starting from two minutes long, it is also showing a few feature length pictures. It states in the programme that … Read More

Backpack Central

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  At University, sturdy bags are an essential part of your everyday wardrobe whether you are lugging around philosophy textbooks in a leather tote or sketchbooks in a straining canvas bag. As much as we would love to carry around our most fashionable accessories, more often than not the thin … Read More

Arts | Top 10 Wes Anderson Characters

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Photo: Fox Searchlight Director Wes Anderson is known for creating colourful, intricate worlds within his films, each featuring a host of oddly charming characters played by some of the most recognisable actors. A master of disguise, he transforms beloved A-Listers into whimsical strangers, each disappearing into their performance and becoming … Read More

Arts | Bond actor Richard Kiel dies

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Image: Eon Productions The towering 7ft 2in American actor, best known for playing the Bond villain Jaws has died in hospital aged 74, a week after breaking his leg. It is not yet known if the death is related to the incident. Most famous for starring in two Roger Moore … Read More

News| Cuts to Disabled Students’ Allowance postponed

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Planned cuts to the Disabled Students’ Allowance have been postponed until 2016-17. The postponement was announced by Greg Clark, the Universities and Science minister, this morning. The changes, originally unveiled by then universities minister David Willetts in April, were due to come in for the 2015-16 academic year. At the … Read More

News | Cockpit Closes Permanently

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Popular Leeds music venue and club, The Cockpit has announced it will not be re-opening after the summer closure. The announcement was made on their website earlier today and cites the building’s ‘current condition’ as the reason for the closure. The club had been closed over summer for ‘essential maintenance’. As … Read More

Sport ǀ Cilic completes dramatic turnaround

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Marin Cilic could scarcely have dreamed that just over a year after being banned for inadvertently taking glucose tablets containing a banned substance, he would be lifting the men’s singles trophy at Flushing Meadows. This was a landmark tournament that gave us a glimpse of the next dominant generation of … Read More

Features I Joan Rivers

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Joan Rivers was a talented women: a stand up comedian, author, television host, and scriptwriter. She will be remembered for her one-liners, her plastic surgery, her controversial comments and most importantly her unique contribution to the American comedy scene. In the sixties Joan Rivers started her career in a male … Read More