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Your Independent Weekly Shop

June 20, 2013

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The dreaded supermarket shop. While it may be useful for bulk buying, I can’t think of anything that is pleasurable about the experience. Screaming kids, crowded aisles, dubious quality and money ‘saving’ deals that don’t always do what they say on the tin. These are just a few things I associate with the experience. The […]

Vintage Fair

April 25, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘V’ Judy’s Affordable Vintage Fair is back this weekend for one day, bringing you lots of vintage goodies. The fair returns to the Corn Exchange as part of the Vintage and Vinyl Weekender. Guests will discover stalls selling vintage fashion, accessories, homeware and fabrics from 30 UK sellers. As described on […]

Now At Leeds Gallery – The Feast

April 16, 2013

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Brought to you by the letter ‘N’ The Feast, an exhibition that aims at smashing the concept that artists only work in 2-dimensions, is showing at Leeds Gallery until Friday 26th April. The Feast attempts to take you into the mind of the artist, allowing you to see what they see. Thus the concept behind […]

The Changing Retail Face Of Leeds: Independent vs. Corporate

March 24, 2013

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A lot has been happening in our city centre recently. Retail spaces have been popping up all over town, and finally it seems the building work in Leeds city centre is coming to an end! The development that has experienced a whole lot of hype – Trinity Leeds – is now built and open to the […]

If The World Is Going To End, Why Did I Waste My Time Xmas Shopping?

December 20, 2012

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According to Mayan prophecies, the world is finally coming to an end and we’re in for an old fashioned apocalypse this Friday. Although in reality  it seems it is all about a select few who aren’t able to pop out and buy a new calendar. Has no-one told them to check out Paperchase’s selection? They’ve got […]