Posts tagged helsinki
Editor in Chief Kaisa Leino gives an in-depth account of what to do, see and eat in Helsinki this autumn!
Better Than Sliced Bread embarked on some investigative journalism and took toll of independent comic book vendors in our fine capital. From DC and Marvel to Finnish indie pubs and collectors’ editions, the following list will cater for all tastes and styles. If you’re not sure what to look for in these establishments, we suggest [...]
BTSB offers you a guide to its home town.
The Helsinki Corpus of British English Dialects (HD) is a corpus project initiated in the early 1970s by Professor Tauno F. Mustanoja from the English Department, Helsinki, and Professor Harold Orton from the University of Leeds. The corpus contains over a million words of transcribed dialect speech. Covered are the rural regions of Cambridge [...]
Outfit: Each hobo can choose to sport the colours of his own choice. Smearing your clothes with vomit and faeces is generally considered to be in the good nature of the event. Contraband: Belts, new clothes, clean face, breath mints, self-dignity. Prizes: The hobo who gathers most points in the Hobolympics will be awarded with [...]
Part 1 in a 20-part series There is a secret hidden in the basement of a building in Kaisaniemi. It is a place where dreams are fulfilled, a place where art meets practicality, where bread meets butter. The building is Metsätalo. The secret is UniCafe. This restaurant (pronounced yoo-nee-kaif) is a delight to the senses. [...]