Monthly Archives: July 2010

Big love for Lovebox

Lovebox in London’s Victoria Park created a musical storm in the capital. Sarah Ford tells us why she’s got big love for Lovebox.

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The key to regretting ‘rien’

From education to health, most people regret something. The Linc look at whether they are healthy and how you can live your life without regrets.

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McDonald’s and Budweiser: FIFA leaves a rotten legacy

Now that the World Cup 2010 circus has well and truly left South Africa, what financial effect did the tournament have on the host nation?

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Shrek series ends happily ever after

After a poor third outing, the green ogre goes back to his fairytale roots in “Shrek Forever After”, a fairly predictable 3D family film.

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Frank Turner talks 2000 Trees

Headlining his first festival, Frank Turner speaks to The Linc before he takes to the stage at 2000 Trees this Friday, July 16th.

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South Africa 2010: the winners and losers

From the vuvuzela to the Jabulani, the World Cup has absorbed the planet for the last month. But who are the winners and losers?

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Plucky Spain have the world at their feet

Spain and the Netherlands will battle for the biggest prize in football. Bradley King previews the match and predicts a winner.

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‘Y Not’ have Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly?

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly is back and ready for a summer full of festivals including Y Not Festival, The Linc has three pairs of tickets up for grabs.

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Reality television needs a reality check

With the latest series of Big Brother already taking over our screens, Darren Moss looks at the appeal of reality television.

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Living with repetitive strain injury

Playing on computers all day may seem like the perfect scenario, but just how damaging could continual gaming be on the body?

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