Christianity- Greek Orthodox Style by May J. Panayi

Greek Orthodoxy is a branch of Christianity, not widely known about in Britain.  However, there are a large number of Greek Orthodox churches, serving a sizable Greek community. By the end of each service, the church is usually full; and at major holidays, like Easter and Christmas, Greek churches are positively heaving with people. This … Continue reading Christianity- Greek Orthodox Style by May J. Panayi

Valentine’s Berries & Cream Tarts Recipe by Christine Ardigo

Ingredients: • 1/4 cup whipping cream • 2 teaspoons sugar • 1/4 cup nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt • 15 frozen mini phyllo cups (1.9-ounce package) • 15 fresh blueberries • 15 fresh raspberries Beat cream in a small bowl until soft peaks form. Add sugar; beat until stiff. Fold in yogurt. Divide the yogurt cream … Continue reading Valentine’s Berries & Cream Tarts Recipe by Christine Ardigo

Superfly Part Two – Anthony Randall

Luke was with us almost from the off, a trumpet playing maestro who hardly ever missed a gig and uniquely, remained a part of the furniture until the very end. Butwhen the bearded elfin hippie first walked into the stale smoke, sweat infused rehearsal room we’d hired; we had scant idea of his calibre or indeed of his catalogue. Up until 1992 I had only ever been in original outfits, always trying to write the perfect pop song, always searching for a … Continue reading Superfly Part Two – Anthony Randall