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Robin Williams may live on in more than just films.
By Heather Wald | 20 August 2014
Last week the world was struck by the news of actor and comedian Robin Williams’ passing. Tributes to the actor poured out left …
Actor and comedian Robin Williams suffered from a dark disease affecting more than 350 million world wide: depression
By Cecily Mumby | 15 August 2014
Since the news broke of Williams’ death, there has been an outpouring of tributes from …
If you were in Southgate Bath today you might have seen some very enthusiastic, and slightly soggy, supporters of Teenage Cancer Trust taking part in a flashmob to encourage people to run on their behalf in the Bath Half Marathon …
The best festivals start small and don’t over-spend
Interview by Greg Henley | 14 August 2014
Josie Curtis is the organiser of Southsea Fest, an independent music festival in Portsmouth, UK that champions new and established musicians.
She tells Pie Magazine about the value of …
China has stepped up its purge of corruption and is working towards getting the country back on track
By Yiping Holly Wang | 04 August 2014
Ever since Xi Jingping rose to power on 14th March, 2013, China’s government officials have …
By Pie Magazine Contributor | 29 July 2014
Oxford a capella group, Out of the Blue have covered Shakira’s ‘Hips Don’t Lie’, along with lyrics from ‘Waka Waka’ and ‘Whenever, Wherever’.
The song was recorded for charitable causes, hoping to raise …