Author: Shivangi Narain

  • Going For Gold: My Picks for the 2019 Oscars
    Another year, another Oscars. As awards season draws to a close, speculation is rife on which film will win the prestigious Academy Award. It’s early days yet. Nominations were announced just last month, and we only recently learned that the show will have no host this year. So it’s a bit far-fetched to think we can predict the winners. But
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  • Exploring the colorful world of anime
    My first real introduction to the colorful and somewhat absurd world of anime was through a rather bombastic and often cheesy show called ‘Fairy Tail’. I’ve been a fan ever since. You may have heard the word before, courtesy of popular shows such as Pokémon. But for many outside of Japan, it can be an intimidating medium. With so many shows,
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  • New Year, New Me
    New Year’s Day has come and gone, so I’ve been taking a long, hard look within to find out what I need to change about myself. And after weeks of soul-searching (by the way are these things supposed to take so long?), I finally managed to come up with a little list. I think I’ve got 2019 in the bag.   Shivangi NarainShivangi’s
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  • 12 Days of Christmas with Jockey
    We’re counting down to Christmas. 12 days. 12 exceptional media to get you in the mood. Stories, music, movies.. We’ve got it all. On the first day of Christmas, Jockey gave to me… …Some mind-blowing holiday stories Title:The Telegraph Christmas Tales Medium: Podcast What’s the Christmas season without stories read aloud by a
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  • Girly Gaming: This Girl’s Top Pics for 2018-19
    My fascination with video games began back in 2004, when my parents brought home a Gamecube and two games – I’ve been hooked ever since. Games offer an escape much more interactive than reading a book or watching a movie. They allow me to actually be the hero — to truly immerse myself in the story. And I’m always on the lookout for a new
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  • All the Home’s A Stage
    Many years ago, performing at a patron’s house was the best thing that could happen to a musician. The private concert would increase the prestige of the host, and would give the artist the chance to network among the upper echelon of society in the hopes of increasing their patronage. Years have past, times have changed, and these intimate
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