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Marina Starleaf Riker

Marina Starleaf Riker

Marina is an investigative journalist who strives to hold officials accountable and amplify the voices of society's most …

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Santiago Cembrano

Santiago Cembrano

Escribo de música y cultura. Estudié antropología y ciencia política.

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Rachelle Foster

Rachelle Foster

A creative writer with a particular interest in arts & culture, mental health, and the LGBTQIA+ community.

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Murray Stassen

London-based writer. Please get in touch via the contact form.

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How to Have a Great Night Out Without Drinking

The sober night out was radically different to her usual experience. On a heavy night out, she’d often end up curled up with her head on her knees, waiting for her friends to call a taxi. The enjoyment she got from partying sober inspired a gradual switch to semi-permanent sobriety. Abi’s initially fearful reaction to the thought of going clubbing without the social lubrication of alcohol is pretty relatable. I spent the summer of 2021 either drunk or hungover, and attempting a sober night out
By Kezia Rice
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The Post-Lockdown Stress of Having the 'Best Night Out Ever'

When I moved to Berlin from the UK in September 2020, I had barely any experience of the city’s nightlife. My first few weeks were spent exploring the bars and clubs that were open, before the second lockdown hit in November. The reaction I got from Berliners I met was usually sarcastic: “What a great time to move here” or “you’re not seeing the real Berlin”. Once Germany’s lockdown was finally lifted in May this year, I had a lot of catching up to do and embarked on a messy, summer-long club c
By Kezia Rice
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What It's Like to Inherit Billions in Your Twenties

At an age when most teenagers are swapping trading cards, Tyler Huang was involved in his father’s bid to buy a British football club. If they wanted to, his family could make a Monopoly board of London, purchasing properties on the roll of a dice. Tyler himself has the means to dine on wagyu for every meal. He is, if it wasn’t already obvious, unbelievably rich.
By Hallam Bullock
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“Tragedia vivir en un país que no se conmueve con nada”, y otros mensajes de luz de la Nueva Banda de la Terraza

En Medellín, Colombia, un grupo de personas que se declara en “oposición creativa y colectiva” hace grafitis con luz desde terrazas, expresando entre paredes lo que muchos tienen enredado en la garganta.
By Santiago Cembrano
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