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John Carter – Film Review

Andrew Stanton attempts to follow in the footsteps of fellow Pixar alumni Brad Bird with his first live-action film. Unlike Brad’s absolutely sublime “Mission:...

It is just girls adapting

When I was about 11 years old my dad opened a video library. He and my mom named it after my little sister who...

Q&A Monday: Jay Muigai (@Skinnyfilmmaker)

Jay Muigai is a skinny filmmaker with the desire to tell stories through a lens, show sadness in frames and happiness on scores,...

What #SomeoneTellCNN Is All About [Updated]

There were grenade attacks in Nairobi yesterday where 6 people died and at least 68 were injured. Now CNN instead of reporting it as such...

Definition Prescription

There is a girl I know that inspired me to write this piece. She is sweet, funny, sometimes vulnerable and very, very, beautiful. She...

Q&A Monday: Akona Ndungane (@Akona1)

Akona Ndungane is an Ad-freak who dabbles in blogging and social activism. We had a few questions for her and this is what she had...

Q&A Monday: Wanjiku Mwaurah (@WanjikuMwaurah)

Wanjiku Mwaura seeks poetic inspiration from life’s simplicity In 2011, some of her works were published in two anthologies ‘fresh Paint’ and ‘synchronized ink’ Currently...

5: Q&A with Moses Sitati – Economist, Nokia Research Centre Nairobi

Our 5 interviewee this week is Moses Sitati, an economist and R&D specialist with the Nokia Research Centre in Nairobi. He works in the...

Done or Dunzo

Once, I wrote a poem. It was called, ‘I am the bloody turf’. I wrote the poem when I was going through my first...

Q&A Monday: Stephen Musyoka (@Smusyoka)

Stephen Musyoka or "Syoks" is well known on Social Media networks in Kenya, He is behind several successful social media marketing campaigns for...

Testing One Two Three

I’m one of those graphic thinkers. Growing up I always used pictures and images to think, describe events and cram for exams. I would...

Q&A Monday: Jacque Ndinda (@Ndinda_)

Jacque Ndinda (@Ndinda_) says that she has been unable to describe herself to other people. Every day, she discovers something that tells her she...

Mutual Sin

When I was growing up, I thought that parents fighting, father’s cheating, husbands (or wives) beating each other up, alcoholic parents you name it,...

Chronicle – Film Review

Chronicle is a new film that tries to breathe new life into the found-footage style of film-making made popular by films such as the...

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