Hannah Rae writes about the late member of Congress and long time civil rights advocate John Lewis.
A racially-motivated attack has left a 35 year old taxi driver needing stitches. On Sunday 16 February, an Asian taxi driver picked up four people—two men and two women—outside John Lewis. According to a Devon and Cornwall police spokesperson, once they were all in the taxi one of the male passengers started probing the driver […]
Rebecca Claxton reviews the new John Lewis advert and the angry hype surrounding it Climate change, Brexit and terrorist attacks are consuming our thoughts this Christmas. So why in the midst of all this negative news are we condemning Edgar the dragon and labelling him as a capitalist trap. The bottom line is the John […]
After a brush with scandal over some unearthed homophobic tweets, Kevin Hart’s life insurance was looking like it would mature sooner rather than later. Thankfully, it looks like he might have picked up a ‘get out of jail free’ card in the form of his favourite pastime: A crappy movie with a stupid premise. A […]
Christmas is a strange time for walking around the city. The festively illuminated streets are made to look so much more inviting than usual. But, why is this so strange; surely every street is designed to beckon you down it? Surely every shop is always trying to entice you in, all year round? Well, no. […]
John Lewis’ 2015 Christmas advert was released earlier this month, and it certainly wasn’t without the elements that have become the epitome of the brand’s festive season campaigns. A delicate voice, an emotive song, a tastefully-decorated family home – no-one can deny that 2015’s advert has all the makings of a John Lewis Christmas. Except, […]