Paper Bags and Pakistans Fear of Periods

The first time I met ‘Aunt Flo’, I was 11 and excused from my Quran class. Ashamed and embarrassed, I never met eyes with my Islamiyat teacher. I started taking sick weeks once a month, and of course, my teacher knew. Just like most Asian men, he looked at me with disgust when I would... Continue Reading →


The Wombats; electric, explosive & nostalgic

The Wombats made their major comeback in London at Ally Pally with an electric performance and an unmatchable energy that had the crowd singing their hearts out even after the venue lights came on. On the music scene for more than 15 years, the Liverpool natives delivered an action-packed show with killer vocals and guitar... Continue Reading →

With his faith by his side, and a talent to kill for, is this anything this modern-day Shakespeare (or shall I say Sheikhspeare) can’t do? I sat down with the poet to get an insight into how he started, and the toughest parts of writing poetry. Click the link below to read the conversation with a... Continue Reading →

"You have the ability to choose which way you want to go. You have to believe great things are going to happen in your life. Do everything you can - prepare, pray and achieve - to make it happen."

Sketch London – Save or Splurge?

Gallery room – Sketch London With a new wave of modern restaurants taking over the London culinary scene, food has become less of a meal and more of an experience. Food culture has steered away from traditional steak and jus, and has become a stage show filled with culinary foam, dry-ice filled cocktails and new... Continue Reading →

The Rise of Gastropub Culture

Pubs are no longer places for football fans to get drunk at during match days, instead they have become something more. The regular British pub has evolved to a world of creativity, home made beers, and delicious food aka; the gastro-pub. The term “gastropub’’ was coined in the 1900’s, and since then, the rise of high... Continue Reading →

Thomas Crapper (real name, I swear) invented the toilet first in 1861. Since then, restaurants have evolved, and their toilets have too. When you think of a michelin star restaurant, you don’t exactly think about the toilets.. However, there are a handful of architects that have created a toilet that pertains to the restaurant’s theme... Continue Reading →

McCrazy for Rick and Morty

Can you imagine driving across the Canadian – U.S border to get a McNugget sauce that was featured on mainstream television, stand in line for hours in the heat, and then go home empty handed? Many individuals did the trip, and due to limited numbers, there was an outrage. As Rick and Morty fans fought... Continue Reading →

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