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Ladies Who Lunch

‘Ladies who lunch’ is a phrase that was coined in the sixties and seventies as a description of women with spare time and excess cash that could afford to spend them out on the town at lunch...
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Beautiful interior at Shears Yard Leeds

The most popular Thai dishes in Leeds

Since the turn of the century the British palette has become increasingly adventurous. Where once we were happy with our meat and two veg, now the easier access to information about other cultural cuisines has widened our appetites for it. This is evident nowhere more so than the popularity of food from Asia.
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Between The Lines: Tattoo Parlours in Leeds

Leeds is drenched with art in all its forms; galleries, one-off exhibitions, gig venues and musical events,  street art, collectives, cinemas old and new, book shops, and a deluge of tattoo parlours. We chatted to a few of the tattoo studios to listen to the stories of their establishments and discover the art in our city that has captivated the artists themselves.
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In Search of the Perfect Pizza

Pizza: the food of gods. That one dish which everybody loves, and those who say they don’t must be viewed with suspicion. For how can a mouth not salivate at the sauce, delight at the dough and marvel at the mozzarella?
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People eating at Pizza Fella in Leeds

Upcoming Events

26.03.2019 — 06.05.2019

Leonardo Da Vinci: A Life in Drawing

To mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci, Leeds Art Gallery will display a selection of the Renaissance master's greatest drawings.
06.04.2019 — 30.04.2019

Rings 2019

Come and see our amazing collection in Rings 2019!
09.04.2019 — 29.04.2019

Around The World In 80 Days

The mysterious and fabulously wealthy Phileas Fogg wagers his life's fortune that he can circumnavigate the globe in just 80 days.
19.04.2019 — 22.04.2019
Knights fighting at the Royal Armouries in Leeds

International Jousting Tournament

One of the greatest spectacles in Yorkshire – authentic jousting in the heart of Leeds.
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Issue 16

Little Is The New Big

Throughout history, when global events go awry, individuals have always reacted in two ways: one is to feel powerless, adopt the ‘what can one person do’ approach, and become passive. It’s understandable, you’ve got a life to be getting on with. But the other is to join together, take action, make positive change, and reclaim the power!
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