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Whether you’re the first one onto the dance floor with your extravagant moves or the one who will only dance if physically dragged by well-meaning but pushy friends, dance is something I think all of us can do.
It’s summer time, and the flip-flops are making an appearance. But when you have dry, cracked skin around your toes and ankles, getting your feet out can be a little bit daunting.
Yorkshire may be renowned for its good old fish, chips and mushy peas, but beyond this battered cornerstone of our food heritage, Yorkshire has plenty else to offer from under the sea.
Calling you all to ATTENTION! A military revolution has been hitting the exercise world allowing you to push-up, sprint and punch your way to a healthier lifestyle. From military fitness classes that throw you right into the fight to the gym-based boxercise
From unicycles to seven-seater circle cycles, penny farthings to rickshaws, the trusty cycle has been moving human beings from A to B for centuries. Even today amongst the hurtling traffic and zooming cars, the humble bicycle
The word chocolate has long been synonymous with the city of York, tempting chocoholics and zealots of all things sweet on a sugary pilgrimage to our city in search of tasty treats and our gooey chocolate-drowned history.
Summer days in the sun don’t come much better than those with mouth full of sweet berries, wicker basket in hand, ready to preserve, mush and blend a plethora of wild fruits into a yummy collection of jams, cakes and pies.
Pole dancing, once exclusive to strip clubs, is now a common way for both men and women to keep fit. It’s not as seedy as its reputation might lead you to believe- it is a legitimate form of dance and there are even pole dancing competitions.
The benefits of honey go far beyond its great taste. The golden goo has been used for thousands of years, and its long history involves not only human consumption, but it serves for medicinal and nutritional purposes, as well as for remarkable beauty treatments, too.
Roller skating in Britain is renowned for becoming popularised through the roller disco fad of the early 1980′s, which saw…
Green and curly-leafed in appearance, kale is a form of cabbage which is grown all over Europe. Kale is possibly the most underrated and underappreciated member of the cabbage family, often neglected in favour of its less nutritious cousins cauliflower and brussels sprouts.
York may be a city paved with Englishness but amongst the quaint tea shops, the ancient ruins of British history and the typical soggy weather, York plays host to a collective dream of Cuba as by night many of its buildings come alive with the sound of salsa.