It’s time to give them the appreciation and recognition that they deserve.
Their creativity is immaculate, their performing ability is second to none, and their contributions to the music industry are severely underrated.
Watching Russian violinist Anna Kuzmina deliver a classical performance at the Moustache Bar in Dalston highlighted how difficult it can be for some people to break out in such a challenging industry. Considering the amount of work and dedication they put in, we should all do more at praising the efforts of classical heroes.
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It’s probably not surprising but Telltale’s The Walking Dead is one of my favourite video game franchises of all time. It’s the first video game that had a major impact on me and I still love playing the various games to this day.
If you’ve followed my writing work for a few months, you may already know I’ve ranked every character in the franchise and also ranked all of the episodes in the main series. Today, I’ll be ranking my twenty favourite moments in the entire franchise.
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It’s been a long wait but Arsenal is finally back in action. After an underwhelming year, it’s time to wipe the slate clean and look towards the new Premier League season. Following a third successive season of qualifying for Europa League football, the demands of Champions League football and the improvement in player performances grows stronger. With that being said, the following looks at five players that will have a point to prove to everyone this pre-season.
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