On Thursday, 9 July, close friends and family of Anjool "Jools" Malde gathered to celebrate his life at Eight Club, a private members club in the City of London. His birthday party had been planned for that date, but became an opportunity for loved ones to come together and celebrate the joy and inspiration Jools was to each of them.
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Press Release – written by David Langer, friend of Anjool.
On Wednesday, it was announced that 24-year old stockbroker, nightclub entrepreneur and former BBC journalist Anjool “Jools” Malde died after leaping off the eighth floor of up-market London restaurant Coq d’Argent near the Bank of England at 12:10 on Sunday 5th July.
The Project Director of Help Africa Relief and Development in Uganda (HARD RELIEF), Tommy Moses Awio, is appealing to individuals, groups, churches and organisations to help suffering communities in Northern Uganda and assist his organisation in any way they can.
HARD RELIEF is a charity NGO and non-profit-making humanitarian organisation set up for the alleviation of poverty and sickness through the provision of education, medical facilities, relief, clean water and training programs for Northern Uganda.
Described in the Good Schools Guide as ‘A unique school’ Brockwood Park School remains in a league of its own.
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Philosopher, educator, J. Krishnamurti (1895-1986) founded the school to provide an education designed to awaken self-reflective intelligence, along with academic excellence. Small classes, an international mix, lively student engagement, and a free yet responsible atmosphere, are the results of the founder’s radical vision.
Quite a few American states are currently considering ending the death penalty. The reason? Well, it seems that killing people costs too much.
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A significant proportion of British adults are in danger of falling victim to the ‘Credit Crunch Munch’ by self-medicating with food to relieve depression and stress brought on by their financial worries.
‘Addicts use alcohol and drugs to change their mood,’ says Don Serratt, founder of Life Works treatment centre which specialises in addictions and eating disorders.
The Riding Club of London is delighted to announce it is throwing an official launch party tonight (21.05.09) to celebrate its successful debut on the London scene.
The Riding Club of London was founded in the summer of 2008 by two horse riding enthusiasts, Ashley Parasram and Rosie Ruck Keene, who saw an opportunity to facilitate affordable access to quality horses for intermediate to advanced riders living in London.
From blessed survivors of deadly sea-crossings to public enemies in a country in search for scapegoats: this is the Odyssey faced by the many thousands of illegal migrants who, each year, manage to reach the Italian shores and then go underground, working in the black market and surviving on the fringes of society.
With its geographical position and long, easily accessible coastlines, Italy serves, from a migration point of view, as a “gate to Europe”.
"Faith in Democracy" by Fabrizio Elefante is an in-depth philosophical analysis of how democracy is being shaped by mass communication, thereby gradually turning into “populist democracy” - a form of totalitarianism characterized by a constant quest for public consensus through the media.
This new form of democracy, the author says, is unprecedented, and therefore difficult to analyse without adopting a new kind of critique, distinct from any theoretical approaches used in the past.
The kitchen is an eternal source of fantastic adventures that tickle our senses of smell, sight and taste.
Behind the stove, we willingly “travel” around the world to produce new dishes that enrich the family’s repertoire, experimenting with exotic spices and ingredients from the Middle East, the Far East and the kitchens of North Africa.
Therefore, SCANPAN Denmark (www.scanpan.dk) introduces throughout Europe a new, exciting product to satisfy the creative cook’s penchant for ethnic authenticity and aesthetics: the Tagine.