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Jacques Pepin, chef, recipe, authenticity, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
Culinary lessons for journalists about authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons from chefs and bakers for journalists and writers.
The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graeme
Treasured Pages: The Books From My Childhood I Will Never Forget
Rachael Ince Kitson reminisces on the books from her childhood and tells us which books she'll never forget.
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The Most Annoying Reading Habits
Leah Walker tells us what really grinds her gears about other book readers.
Katie McGrath as Morgana le Fey in BBC's 'Merlin'
Which Witch for Hallows’ Eve?
Zoe Little gives us a brief history of witches in Western literature and tells us how literature has shaped our view of witches today.
Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire review
Guild Wars 2 takes us back to the Elonian Desert but how does it hold up to our last experience there in Guild Wars: Nightfall.
The Night Circus artwork
Book Review: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
“The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it… It is simply there, when yesterday it was not.”
British Musical Fireworks Championship, Southport
Southport musical firework competition crowns ‘champion of champions’
Lauren Wise headed down to Southport's British Musical Fireworks Championship 2017 to see who would be declared the 'champion of champions'.
Library of books
Top 7 Banned Books You Have To Read
In light of Banned Books Week, Sidrah evaluates some books over the past century which caused controversy and heated debates upon their release.
Newton Faulkner's 'Hit The Ground Running' - album review
Whilst remaining under the radar, Faulkner has created 5 stunning studio albums, 4 of which have climbed within the top 10 of the UK charts and continues to tour to sold out crowds across the UK and Europe.
halloween, kettle mag,
Create a scare in the air this Halloween
Halloween alternatives to the traditional "trick-or-treat".