by Mirianna la Grasta Timothy and Grace are sitting face to face. “Tap.. tap.. tap.. t-tap.. tap..” A five year-old, Timothy keeps is eyes down on his coffee cup, his small fingers tapping on it. And so Grace goes: “Tap.. t-tap.. tap.. tap..” Just then Timothy’s eyes slowly rise to meet Grace’s. Timothy is... Continue Reading →
Have a read to my new feature on the Apulian artist Rosa Iacobone - Mirianna la Grasta written by Mirianna la Grasta Walking through Carnaby Street is a tiny Italian woman. Her meticulous and curious gaze stops on every single detail in the street. “You know what?” she wonders, “London is better than Paris, I feel... Continue Reading →
Check out my new profile feature on St John Street News - Mirianna la Grasta In the first of a new series of profiles for St John Street News, discover the story of a man who’s won accolades for his work with Islington’s disabled community… “Hot chocolate,” he whispers. He hesitates, then adds: “Medium.” After... Continue Reading →
This is a long feature on Crohn's disease. It studies the issue from the medical, personal and supporting perspectives. Plus, it analyses all the possible solutions.
By Mirianna la Grasta Originally published on St John Street News: http://stjohnstreet.co.uk/how-david-temple-is-bringing-classical-music-bach-to-life/ “Cum Sancto Spiritu in gloria Dei Patris”: the public in the Hall seems to be astonished when the choir starts singing the 12th piece of Bach’s Mass in B minor (BWV 232). They are fully involved... Continue Reading →