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“If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about the answers.”
This inspirational talk was part of the TEDx York events that ran right here in July 2011.
As a crucial part on York’s UNESCO bid The Bonding Warehouse may be transforming into a Media Arts Centre.
Looking for a date, or know somebody who is? One budding matchmaker has transformed Twitter into a dating site with the #fallinlovefriday hashtag.
This surreal yet entertaining video has titillated us here at One&Other.
The meaning of tattoos are not always what they seem.
Haxby born Charles Worthington talks about his love of the city.
The Chemical Brothers are releasing a full-length concert film that captures the live experience for the first time in a worldwide event across 20 countries – and York is one of the screening venues.
As promised at the end of last month’s instalment, I have made an attempt to explain and describe one of my images so as to make my process and methods, my thoughts and my aim that little bit more accessible. As it were, to lay bear my artistic intentions and to stop hiding behind a faux academic writing style or the images themselves. Hopefully, it will serve to make my work more appreciable and perhaps clarify my understanding of my own reasons for wandering around with a camera.
Sometime every cynic needs a day off. Or at least a few minutes.
Arriving in 1958, relatively late for a film noir, Touch Of Evil is a film that polarises audiences not nearly as frequently as another of Orson Welles’ masterpieces, Citizen Kane.
For all those who are obsessed with ‘This is England ’88’ here are some snippets from ‘The Face’ magazine, October 1988 edition.
It is not only the fact that the Review has consistently uncovered and published many of the greatest writers of the last 60 years that I love, but most of all I love the interviews. Described by one critic as “one of the single most persistent acts of cultural conservation in the history of the world.”
Six astronauts from the International Space Station are due to spend the Christmas season in Space.
For those of you unsure of where to find some special one off gifts, look no further.
Google show their sense of humour again with their latest ‘hidden’ search revealing a festive treat.