Author Archives: William Moore



William Moore

William Ifeanyi Moore is a prolific writer, poet, and spoken word artist, with a keen interest in exploring how different artistic media influence cultures and societies. He holds a Master’s degree in Pharmacy from the University of Portsmouth.

SPACE, DESIGN & COLOURS
Design

SPACE, DESIGN & COLOURS

When we think about decorating our homes or other living spaces, we tend to fall into the trap of romantic idealism from flipping through catalogues, or worse, passing the furnishing...

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May 19, 2016
THE ARTISTIC BRAIN DRAIN
Art, Literature

THE ARTISTIC BRAIN DRAIN

The effect of foreign countries poaching African talent in fields of science and technology is no secret. Ufot Ekong who in 2015 broke a 50-year-old academic record in Japan was...

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May 14, 2016
HOMEGROWN STRUGGLE
Culture & Travel, Music

HOMEGROWN STRUGGLE

Before globalization eclipsed localization in societal organization, we were left with only our judgment and opinions when it came to the task of awarding respect and accolades to artists. Today,...

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May 12, 2016
SOUND CHECK: PLASMA, ADAKU
Music

SOUND CHECK: PLASMA, ADAKU

PLASMA Artist: Adaku Label: Boulevard Entertaiment Released:2015 Rating: 3.7/5           I cannot tell you exactly how I stumbled on Adaku’s single Or You Can, but I...

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May 01, 2016
WHEN WHAT WE OWN, OWNS US
Fashion

WHEN WHAT WE OWN, OWNS US

A philosopher lamented about his expensive coat before disposing of it to save himself a whole lot of trouble. On the surface, he might have seemed a bit dramatic or...

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April 10, 2016
THE INTERNET: HOME OF THE INDIE ARTIST
Music

THE INTERNET: HOME OF THE INDIE ARTIST

For artists, the digital revolution and the arrival of social media that followed it, turned the entire route to the market on its head. Unlike in the past when artists...

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April 09, 2016
THE DEATH OF TRIBAL LANGUAGES
Culture & Travel

THE DEATH OF TRIBAL LANGUAGES

Contrary to the common assumption that language exists as a ready made tool for communication, pre-dating even man as is often represented in theology, language is an evolved adaptation and...

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April 06, 2016
JESSICA BONGOS: CONTINUING A LEGACY
Interview, Music

JESSICA BONGOS: CONTINUING A LEGACY

Full of depth and soul, Jessica Bongos is definitely creating a path for herself in the music industry. Born to the legendary singer Bongos Ikwue, Jessica holds a Bachelor’s degree...

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April 01, 2016
Tragedy: A Paradoxical Stimulant
Dance & Theatre

Tragedy: A Paradoxical Stimulant

When we think about visiting the theater to improve our emotional state in need of some cheering up or hopeful thoughts, it isn’t uncommon to assume that what we need...

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November 18, 2015
Mobile Phones and Over-Connectivity
Lifestyle

Mobile Phones and Over-Connectivity

The other day I found myself at Four Points by Sheraton having a drink with a friend, only to look over at another table to find three customers sitting with...

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November 13, 2015
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