Tag: culture

A Moment With Jagermeister

  Everyone has memories of Jagermeister. Some... 'better' than others - But everybody has them. Whether you take your Jager in bombs or as shots, Jager lovers are loyal. As the world famous photographer Atiba Jefferson proves in this episode of "Munchies" on VICE. As a deep Jagermeister enthusiast, Atiba Jefferson journeys to the Jagermeister [...]

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#SleepyHeadSunday – The African Burrito

  Breakfast Burritos are pretty much THE bomb way to wake up on days when you are: 1) Lazy 2) Wrecked From Last Night 3) Wanting So Much Food All At Once 4) All Of The Above But even better than the average (an insulting adjective really, considering that no breakfast burrito is average) is the [...]

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[Poetry] The Wrinkle Off Its Clock

“What makes me myself rather than anyone else is the very fact that I am poised between two countries, two or three languages, and several cultural traditions. It is precisely this that defines my identity. Would I exist more authentically if I cut off a part of myself” ― Amin Maalouf, In the Name of [...]

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#SelfieSaturdays: Which Head? This Head?

“An oligarchy of race, where the Saxon rules the African, might be endured; but this oligarchy of sex which makes father, brothers, husband, sons, the oligarchs over the mother and sisters, the wife and daughters of every household... carries discord and rebellion into every home of the nation.” ~Susan B. Anthony~ The Bible refers to [...]

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Some Sweet Tunage – Thank You, Suraj.

  He’s done it before, he did it again and no doubt he’ll keep it up - because the man is becoming a trend.  Having met DJ's across the globe, I can shamelessly call Suraj quite a special sort - one who, with success, becomes even more humble, eager and committed to his craft. That [...]

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