If you’re looking for diversity, fresh views and well, honest opinions – Soho is the place to be! It’s no wonder @NexHypeTV chose to wonder the the back streets of the central London district to get people’s view on Beyoncé’s recent Super Bowl half-time performance show… Seems Beyoncé’s “blackness” isn’t as obvious to many as her “bootiliciousness“!
Hi everyone! Well it’s been a while – hope you don’t feel neglected! I’ve been busy setting up “Let’s do Lunch” – an urban girl’s guide to making contacts (don’t look at me, I have no idea where to even begin)! Part of this project is about networking via social media and what better why…
We were at SUARTS Freshers Fair at Chelsea College of Arts yesterday speaking to lots of students! My Soho Times is going through a revamp, sort of like a refurbishment, with an exciting project of turning it into a mobile phone app! In the mean time the blog will remain, and we’re seeking bloggers to…
Who would have thought that across the other side of the world, another young enterprising woman is connecting her local community through unique and exciting events – in SoHo NYC!
“A rainbow flag, it plays such a significant role in my life as it represents what could have been and would have been in my life if… And when I touch it today, I will thank it of its existence and remembering the life of many, including friends of mine who have died quite young…
Dani from South America (Brazil and Chile) shares why she loves Soho: “Soho isn’t just about partying! I love to come here during the day for a coffee and people watch. It’s also the most central place to meet up with friends and head to the pub for drinks!”
Brits drink a whopping 165 million cups of tea each day, ranking us in the top 5 tea-drinking countries across the globe! Often referred to in British slag as a “cuppa”, which is basically short for cup of tea. Here are some other definitions of “tea” in British society:
Well that was fun! A whole weekend of pure indulgence sampling a variety of small signature dish from some of Soho’s best restaurants and bars. Not to mention the ‘guilt-free’ part since it’s all for a good cause to raise funds for Soho Parish Primary School.
Soho’s Italian history is still evident on Brewer Street where Soho’s longest standing Italian delicatessen continues to thrive despite changes to the community over the decades.
We caught up with documentary filmmaker Dionysios Kostakis over burritos at Chipotle Mexican Grill on Wardour Street. Talking about his latest project THYSIA filmed in Sao Paulo Brazil (CLICK HERE to see Youtube page), the Chipotle-first-timer opted for a veggie burrito crammed with coriander-lime rice, black beans, fajita veggies, guac and hot salsa… His verdict?
So what’s a Biskie you ask? Think cake meets biscuit sandwiched in dessert heaven and da-da you have a Biskie! See all the tempting delights for yourself at the Cutter & Squidge cafe tucked neatly on Brewer Street.
Just a short stroll from Soho, yet a world away from London, this summer the Embassy of Brazil offers the opportunity to capture the colourful delights of Bahia – home of Afro-Brazilian culture.