Leef Bridge 3.0 – Tech Review


Jake Basford reviews the Leef Bridge 3.0, a device for sharing files between PC and Android devices. He is in love.

Introducing Bristlr – The app for beard lovers and fans


‘Connecting those with beards to those who want to stroke beards.’

Submit to Vada Magazine


Ever fancied getting your work published? Then look no further – we’re open for submissions.

OMGame of Thrones – High Sparrow


Beheadings, becoming no one, and a very horny king. Game of Thrones continues.

Top Beauty Products for Spring


Guy Humphrey checks out some great products to kickstart your spring and summer beauty regime.

Are we drinking ourselves to death?


Don’t hit rock bottom at the bottom of a rock glass, says Craig Davidson.



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    The RuPaul’s Drag Race queens take over Manchester!

    As Manchester explodes with RPDR queens, we give you the T!

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    Marc Almond – Leeds Town Hall – Gig Review

    Being the dutiful son, Alex finds himself at a Marc Almond concert with his mum.

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    Ask Craig: Love and depression – your letters answered

    Craig Davidson responds to readers’ letters about love and depression.

    In which you’ll find glee, wonder, excitement, fear, dread, angst, confusion, disbelief, wonder, awe …

    Scott Balfour reviews Paradise Island 2 out now on Android and Windows OS.

    The Barber Shop Mayfair is a fantastic barbers, just a short walk from Regent Street.

    Tim Firmager strolls down Burlington Arcade for afternoon tea at the pop-up by Cuisson, the luxury catering company.

    In the second instalment of Axe to Grind, Barry Quinn argues why The Vampire Diaries should be axed.

    Yes, it’s about cars and drag racing in shady underground tunnels, but that’s as far as it goes with the ‘lad’ thing.

    Danny Olsson-Lane talks about Cha Cha Boudoir’s second birthday…

    Oh my God, it’s episode 8 and someone’s coming back.

    On the Roof with Vintage Salt, the pop-up restaurant at Selfridges, will be opened by Des McDonald on 1st May.