Throwback Thursday: I met Jared Leto

Thirty Seconds to Mars have been here three times already. I attended two out of three, and would certainly attend another if given the opportunity. I was not allowed to go to Coke Fest, which is the first time they performed here, so let’s skip ahead. In 2010, Thirty Seconds to Mars came to Cape... Continue Reading →

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I was Forced to See Justin Bieber Live

As the professional concert-goer within the family, when my younger sister declared that she absolutely had to attend this show, my parents thought it was only appropriate for me to be the chaperone. My sister, Layla (who is both the youngest sister, and also, the coolest sister) immediately sent me a long list of Bieber’s... Continue Reading →

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Wake Up Cape Town

It makes sense to start this blog the same way I start my mornings, by focusing on coffee. Coffee culture in Cape Town has grown and is still growing, if Starbucks never opens a franchise in the CBD, we will be okay. This golden elixir of life is available on every corner in the CBD,... Continue Reading →

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I am Pregnant?

The question mark in the title represents the tone I used when I saw the second line of the pregnancy test appear (and then again when I tested 30 seconds later). I... am... pregnant...? Am I? What? Pregnant? Really? Pregnant? Wait, let me take you a few months back. My "PMS" symptoms started a week earlier... Continue Reading →

Incubus Live in Cape Town

On a school night, thousands of us stood outside as we listened, sang and threw ourselves into the music that was being performed in front of us, for us. Incubus, the American rock band who wrote the soundtrack to our teen angst was finally here. No surprise, most of the people I saw were around... Continue Reading →

Cape Town Comedy Club

Next to the Aquarium, hiding in a corner, you will find the Pumphouse, the home of Cape Town Comedy Club and your new favourite place. Cape Town Comedy Club provides comedy (duh), night after night, with different local, and occasionally international comedians. Most nights have a line-up of four to five comedians, varying drastically in... Continue Reading →

Episodes Final Season Review

It's too good. That's it. That's the whole review. It's just too good. Okay, but for the sake of being reasonable. Episodes is a British-American sitcom, loosely following the lives of the writers, David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik, the comedy duo who gave us the best one season show, The Class. Sean (Stephen Mangan) and... Continue Reading →

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