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"The vibrant capital has thrived socially and economically because of multiculturalism." Image: Pexels

Post-Brexit London Has Been Scary. Here's Why I Still Feel Hope.

Two weeks after the UK voted out of the European Union, the dust has not yet settled. With the PM quitting, the Sterling dropping, and no apparent Brexit-plan — the aftermath has left many feeling uncertain. In a tense climate of racial commentary and unprecedented abuse, Brexit, thus far, has not been favourable.

“There are very obvious links from the outcome of the result and people using it like a catalyst to say things like ‘we are out of Europe so you now can’t be here’ or ‘go back home.’” Image: Alexas_Fotos/Pixabay.

Following Brexit Vote, Hate Attacks Sweep The UK

In the immediate aftermath of the United Kingdom’s narrow vote to leave the European Union, reports are emerging that there has been a significant spike in hate attacks targeting Muslims, people of color, migrants, and refugees.


The Quiet, Giant Change In The Music Industry

If you've ever listened to a Top 40 radio station, the following three words likely bring you a shiver of anticipation (or dread): new music Tuesda

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Watch: Panic! At The Disco Covers 'Bohemian Rhapsody'—And It Doesn't Suck!

The impossible has happened. Queen's classic hit has been successfully emulated.


High on History: What Major World War I Event Were the Brits Caught Fibbing About?

Germany was dastardly, but government documents reveal Great Britain may share some of the blame in the sinking of the Lusitania.


England's St. George’s Day: Brits Duke It Out Over an Exalted Dragon Slayer

Last week’s commemoration of St. George has prompted a heated debate in the UK about national identity.


Are Alcohol Free Bars the Next Big Dating Scene?

We already know that your drinking ways make a big difference on a first date, but that doesn't mean that drinkers should abstain entirely. Or should they? The growing popularity of dry bars makes us wonder.