“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.”
Scout in Harper Lee’s classic novel, To Kill A Mocking Bird, which seems appropriate considering it’s International Women’s Day, and yesterday was World Book Day.
Camden Town Brewery just unveiled the 2019-20 kit for Camden Town FC, the women’s football club the business sponsors. A stunning design piece in its own right, the tops feature beautiful drawings of female role models connected to the London borough, from Sylvia Plath to Nigerian writer Buchi Emecheta OBE.
A brunch to celebrate female architects for International Women’s Day has been called off after it was criticised for including a ‘useful’ cookery demonstrationhttps://t.co/xV1KhTmDF3
— i newspaper (@theipaper) March 5, 2019
Everyone likes cooking, right? Well, not, obviously not. But that’s not the point here. The Royal Institute of British Architects made a serous faux pas by trying to mark International Women’s Day with a brunch and ‘useful’ cooking class. Do we need to explain why this was a bad idea?
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