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BE LGBTQ RnB club night returns

Rob Wilson

The intimate setting of BE at Milo (under new management), Call Lane, Leeds gave our launch night on Friday 25 September 2015 a New York loft apartment feel and our discerning clubbers were more than ready to show of their moves which included the running man, jiggy, nae nae, locking, cat-walking and free-styling it out. Whilst our 3 speciality cocktails ...

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City Dweller Magazine Issue 104 is Available to Download Now!

City Dweller Magazine

The new month means it’s time for a new issue of City Dweller Magazine! Recently voted the best big city in the UK to live in, it’s a great time to be in Leeds and this month we’re celebrating our wonderful city! We’ve focused our amazing shopping destinations, our incredible music venues and all the characters that make Leeds such ...

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Meeting Nelson Mandela…

Andrew Carter

Leeds City Musings from author Andrew Carter Nelson Mandela I am aware that my blogs usually comprise of things like beer and football, so in a transparent bid to appear more cultivated, this week will feature neither and instead recall the time that I met Nelson Mandela. Okay, met is a slight exaggeration/downright lie. I was in an audience of ...

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How To Ensure This Is The Last Christmas You Are Single

Manj Weerasekera

Are you single and dreading the forthcoming festive season? Well, you are not alone. For many single people, divorced or otherwise, the thought of dealing with family gatherings and those Christmas work parties as a newly single guy/girl is unappealing at best and daunting at worst. Are you dreading the thought of being asked probing questions about your love life, ...

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Christmas Conversations You MUST Have With Your Staff

Sue Ingram

Christmas is coming! Although it’s a time for celebration – work still exists and jobs still need to be done. Sue Ingram, from Converse Well, believes that as a manager there are some crucial communications that need to be made around expectations over the Christmas period. And this communication is a fine balancing act. Fail to communicate any expectations and ...

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Sing-Kee Foods: #RecipeOfTheWeek

Sing-Kee

Sing-Kee Foods is a family ran business with a history of over 20 years, supplying the public with a range of provisions from the Far East. They are dedicated to provide quality oriental food and other goods to both wholesale and retail customers. Their customers are caterers stocking their restaurants, or families purchasing their weekly groceries. You can find out ...

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Andrew Carter on: Rock, Paper, Scissors

Andrew Carter

Leeds City Musings from author Andrew Carter Rock, Paper, Scissors Rock, Paper, Scissors is a wonderful game and I am very fond of it. As an experienced player, I rate myself highly and, despite the (flawed) argument that it is a random game of chance, I feel as though I have the psychological edge over my competitors. Multi-player RPS (Rock, ...

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Want to blog for us? Find out how to!

Blog for us

We want you to blog for us, about anything! At Leeds City Magazine, we’re looking for new people with interesting ideas and opinions on a huge range of topics to blog for us! Our current bloggers include LA fitness guru Mark Dhamma, Miss Leeds Hazel Latner and tons more! We want you to join them. You could be in a ...

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Sing-Kee Foods: #RecipeOfTheWeek

Sing-Kee

Sing-Kee Foods is a family ran business with a history of over 20 years, supplying the public with a range of provisions from the Far East. They are dedicated to provide quality oriental food and other goods to both wholesale and retail customers. Their customers are caterers stocking their restaurants, or families purchasing their weekly groceries. You can find out ...

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Being a Young Band in Leeds

Andrew Carter

Leeds City Musings from Andrew Carter Andrew Carter: Boys in the Band When we were fourteen, four friends and I started a band. Around this time, American skate punk music was all the rage so despite none of us being American or punks, we decided on this as our genre. In fairness, a couple of band members were half decent ...

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