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Hiroshima

When an atomic bomb was used in 1945 it left not just a dark smear in history, it also possibly created one of the largest sins humanity created on the Earth. It marked a line not just being crossed - but erased. And it left a legacy that must not be forgotten. In October there…
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Rush (USA)

It's always excellent to see more of Tom Ellis on tv - but to see him as the lead actor on a well written show was absolutely phenomenal.  Rush (on USA) is a medical drama with a few quirks and twists (all called Dr Rush).  And we love it.  A strong pilot and a very…
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Ashington Group – The Pitmen Painters

On hearing the sad news yesterday that Norman Cornish, the last of the ‘Pitman Painters’ had died, we at DoodleTribe felt an article honouring these men was due. Most of us at DoodleTribe HQ come from West of Scotland working class families and while we are separated from this group by almost 3 generations and…
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White Collar (or The Trouble With Peter Burke)

(There are Spoilers in this article about White Collar Season 5. Please be aware). I have to admit. We're at episode eleven of series five of White Collar and I wanna smack Peter Burke with the back of my hand, onto the floor and then sit on his chest whilst demanding he apologise to Neal…
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Sherlock

Sherlock (Read all three reviews) I didn't want to review only one episode of Sherlock so I've waited until all three aired.  I have to admit; mentally I couldn't have hyped it up anymore than if Benedict Cumberbatch came round to waltz with me on the rooftops of Athens itself.  And because of that delusional…
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Paper Panda

In 2010, Louise Firchau started a website about making typographic paper cuts from recycled paper and since then she has pushed the very limits of what paper cutting can achieve. Her works are quirky, creative and astonishingly detailed to an almost impossible level.  And it can be found here: http://www.paperpanda.bigcartel.com  I honestly can't remember how we…
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MCM Glasgow Comic Con (Part One)

Armed with Early Entrance Tickets and dressed in Cosplay (I kid you not), the (almost) complete doodletribe team were one hour late for Comic Con 2013 in Glasgow on the 7th of September.  The queue was insane but I was determined - I wanted my Early Entrance as prophesised on these £10 tickets and sure…
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Tales of Xillia (finally no Grinding required)

Tales of Xillia is somewhere between Excellent RPG and the phrase 'am I missing something...'.  You see I've now played it through as the male character Jude Mathis.  And all the way through the story...I was desperate to find out what the hell the other main character, Milla was up too. Well the wait is…
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Stand Defiant (Defiance) Trion

I am genuinely fed up with pessimists. And that’s coming from a borderline cynic (who admittedly morphs into an optimist under the influence of caffeine and lucky charms-both sold separately). I bought Defiance (I have bought far worse games in the past that the whole world has loved and that I have hated. And yes…
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Creative Connections

On February, 2011 a project was launched by Google - imaginatively they corporately called it Google Art Project. They decided to work with 7 international museums, including the Tate Gallery, London; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; and the Uffizi, Florence.  The platform basically allows users to virtually tour any partner art museum…
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