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  • Be At One bar review: Boar Lane

    I will go on the record as saying there are three indicators of someone who is untrustworthy and generally a person to avoid at all costs. Number one: someone who shortens your names down after meeting you only once – my name is only two syllables long, so don’t assume familiarity you bell-end! Number two: […] More

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  • People of Leeds: Ray Chan

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    Ray Chan is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and unique entrepreneurs within our city. Consistently going against the grain for him has paid off. Having just celebrated the 9th birthday of Candypants, global expansion is on the cards. But aside from a global events brand, Ray opened up his very own restaurant in 2016 […] More

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  • Turning Japanese

    Anyone who knows me, knows I like sushi. Actually, scratch that…I love sushi. Forget Jiro Dreams of Sushi: I am sushi! I’m obsessed. Which means that when someone tells me that they’ve had good sushi, like the pedant that I am, I have to enquire if they mean Yo Sushi! Quite often they do, and […] More

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  • Leeds United March Review

    A great man once said, “It’s not how hard you hit but how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.” This was essentially the story of Leeds United during March. They took several poundings out on the pitch but they never stopped fighting and managed to end the month with a firm hold […] More

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  • A History of Roundhay Park

    Roundhay Park often acts as an escape from the busy city centre. We all appreciate the 700 acres of rolling parkland filled with lakes and streams, yet when sat in one of the open fields it’s hard to imagine that the park’s history began with William the Conqueror. You can find a map of the […] More

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