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Wednesday Links – ART

Art is all around us – from the design on your milk bottle to the advertisements on tv and even our national flag. Following is a list of websites about art that I enjoy. 1 – art 2 – art and This website is a portal for ‘artistic knowledge and discovery’. 3 – … Continue reading

Katy Perry – Teenage Dream

Katy Perry’s new song ‘Teenage Dream’ has recently been release on itunes. I love it. It’s another summery type song like ‘California Girls’. I can’t wait for the video to be released. Listen to the song below.

Funny Friday

South African climb FIFA Rankings

Following the World Cup, South Africa have climbed 17 places to position 66 in the latest FIFA/Coca Cola World rankings. South Africa, having registered a win (against France), a draw (against Mexico) and a loss (against Uruguay) in the World Cup have also climbed 17 places to 12th in the Confederation of African Football (CAF) … Continue reading

Durban July – Invited designer floral showcase

A bouquet assortment of design creations had the packed audience attending the first showing of the Vodacom Durban July Fashion Experience in awe as the elite line up of eight national designers showcased their collection at Greyville Racecourse. With this year’s theme “It’s a Blooming Great Day” brought polar differences in the interpretations presented by … Continue reading

Katy Perry – California Girls music video

It’s been a while since the video for Katy Perry’s hit song ‘California Girls’ was released, and while I think it’s a fun video, I also think it’s a little over the top. The major thing that really worries me with pop music today is the trend of wearing revealing clothing or no clothing. Take, … Continue reading

Cristiano Ronaldo (pictures)

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The Durban International Film Festival

This year marks the 31st Durban International Film Festival. The festival starts on the 22nd of July and runs until the 1st of August. The festival will open with the world premiere of Khalo Matabane’s ‘State Of Violence’, a powerful tale of revenge, history and memory. The closing film is Josh Appignanesi’s hilarious comedy, ‘The … Continue reading