Cafe Rouge, Food, Review, Salford, Lowry

REVIEW: Café Rouge, Media City UK

Taking a step inside the Lowry’s Café Rouge is somehow like taking a step into the heart of France. The aroma of food, the smartly dressed waiters and the clinking of wine glasses all contributed to creating the illusion of France. But it didn’t stop there, the décor of the restaurant included the walls being … Continue reading REVIEW: Café Rouge, Media City UK

Paris, Condolences, Manchester, Salford, North West, France

Manchester mourns over Paris terror

By Chantelle Heeds and Laura Steffan The Paris disaster has hit home in Salford as many people have taken time out of their lives to pay respects to those whose lives were lost. Among these people were Peter, 54 and Angela Booth, 53, of Salford, who said: “We find it so shocking that a human … Continue reading Manchester mourns over Paris terror

REVIEW: Simone’s: The Healthy Baker

Popular streetfooder and owner of award-winning Viet Shack teamed up with his wife earlier this month to open Simone’s: The Healthy Baker in Arndale market. In doing this, they have revolutionised feeling of regret that often comes with “cheat-day” indulges. Through intense research and planning, Nelson Lam and his wife Simone Yau, an ex-yoga instructor, … Continue reading REVIEW: Simone’s: The Healthy Baker

Manchester’s Alienated Life exhibit showcases Chernobyl’s soaring animal population – 30 years after nuclear disaster

Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry hosted an Alienated Life event that used virtual reality technology to allow visitors to see which animals are thriving in Chernobyl, following the disaster. The Platform for Investigation (Pi) exhibit focused on animals that now inhabit Chernobyl. Virtual reality technology allowed them to be seen in a “Virtual Chernobyl” when wearing … Continue reading Manchester’s Alienated Life exhibit showcases Chernobyl’s soaring animal population – 30 years after nuclear disaster