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Film Review: The Social Network

The Social Network is a film by David Fincher about the rise of Facebook set to the background of legal action taken against its...
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Album Review: In Rainbows – Radiohead

In Rainbows is the seventh album in Radiohead’s discography. Here we have a record that is concise, yet deep and immersive. It has a...

365 Days Of Work – No Sleep For Sterlino

Back of all trades and master of most JON CALLEJA talks to DAVID GRECH URPANI about the secret to juggling between fashion, design, music...
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A Pop Dude Playing Blues – An Interview With Jesper Ejrup

Matt Bonanno interviews Danish guitarist and bringer of Maltese bands to Copenhagen, Jespr Ejrup. I first interviewed Jesper Ejrup a couple of months ago when...

Local Production “Silhouette” To Premier Tomorrow

With the Premiere of Silhouette taking place tomorrow at the Eden Cinemas, Insite decided have a chat with Mark Doneo, the writer, director and...
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A Pop Dude Playing Blues – An Interview With Jesper Ejrup 

Matt Bonanno interviews Danish guitarist and bringer of Maltese bands to Copenhagen, Jespr Ejrup.  I first interviewed Jesper Ejrup a couple of months ago when he came to play a concert at...
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How to Properly Use Social Media 

Most likely you are already using some type of social media platform, but little did you know that you are not using it the...
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TV Review: Orphan Black

The story goes that BBC America were sitting quietly in their little building when suddenly, Graeme Manson (FlashPoint) and John Fawcett (Rookie Blue, Heartland,...
ALBUM REVIEW: KAMELOT – POETRY FOR THE POISONED

Album Review: Kamelot – Poetry For The Poisoned

Kamelot, a band from Tampa, Florida is like no other in its genre. In its latest release, Poetry for the Poisoned, the band has...
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The Best-selling Maltese Fantasy Trilogy Will Travel From The Written Pages To The Big...

Gabriel Schembri on the ‘Is-Saltna tal-Fiddien’ trilogy, its forthcoming cinematic adaptation, and an interview with one of the authors Two Sundays ago, The Times included...

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