ZANZIBAR; semi-autonomous. Saturday afternoon; clear skies, and senses, as a rich percussion plays. Door ajar, street light pours in and finds memories of student days. A bass kicks in. Rhythm is exchanged for smiles. Josh ensures our introduction as we’re … Continue reading
Economics Teacher, Liverpool Cathedral Guide and now desperately trying to bring some decorum to this delirious rabble.
THE 12 or 13, window seat, strange pattern, stranger feel, wet floor, thinking about Tumbles toy shop. Bubble bus stops, reading graffiti swear words, and City Pets, straight in, glowing fish tanks, strange smells, afraid of the Piranha, asking for … Continue reading →
Sunday 18th September, 2011 FAR REMOVED from the sterile commercialism of Liverpool One, ‘Hope Street Feast’ has found a home between our two symbolic cathedrals. A home that is now synonymous with chronology, culture and creativity. If you add families … Continue reading →
Saturday 10th September AS I WALKED along, I witnessed the same scene over and again. I saw many students finding their bearings in a city that will be their home for the next few years. Some in groups, some on … Continue reading →
Sunday 4th September AND so it returns, promising to be bigger and better than previous years with more stalls and celebrity chefs. The Liverpool Food and Drink Festival, an event that you’ve probably heard of and had someone tell you how … Continue reading →