The devil works hard but the TikTok algorithm works harder. A cliché that many users of the social media platform have noticed to be true. The tailoring of the ‘for Continue Reading
On the morning of the 5th of November, Stephanie Osztreicher’s life modeling career was once again bound to her London flat. ‘The second national lockdown meant that any gigs that Continue Reading
The festival industry has always had a gender diversity problem. As festivals return this summer, Internation examines the data to see if anything has changed.
Nirvana’s affective, raw and reactionary sound crafted the grunge movement of the 90s. The band recorded its final song “You Know You’re Right” in 1994 yet in April 2021 and Continue Reading
A memorial in the form of a wall stretching hundreds of meters, full of hand drawn hearts, has been set up opposite Britain’s Houses of Parliament. It aims to remember those that have died because of the covid-19.
They’ve been closed since Christmas Day 2020. But on 12 April, pubs across Britain will open their doors once again. As the nation prepares to fall back in love with Continue Reading
Andrea Bernardi, 6 April 2021 Reading Time: 3 Min Pope Francis cuts Vatican State public expenditure. From 1 April, Cardinals will see their income reduced by 10 percent, higher-ranking clerics Continue Reading