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UP MAGAZINE Feb. 2015

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Viral Videos of the Week: Everybody is Fighting Something

We look at a series of videos that have had viewers debate on who is actually winning their fight.

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Weekend Wishlist

Looking for a weekend plan? Here’s UP’s choice of select events that you’ll definitely want to attend.

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Gender gap in Kenya

How far has the fight for gender equality in Kenya gotten? How long until we reduce the gap?

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Ngito: A Heavy Track from Kalekye and Electrique DJs

Kalekye Mumo and Electrique DJs team up to bring the world a heavy track titled Ngito that even those of us who don’t speak a word of Kikamba will jam to.

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Website Review: WeMynd

Wemynd gives every person the power and platform to be a global reporter.

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Nairobi’s Food Sinkhole

UP Reporter Iloti Mutoka takes an in depth look at the problem of food loss in Kenya

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The Oddities of Kenya’s OLX

One barely needs to dig into OLX Kenya to feel deeply unsettled by all the possibilities you can buy and services that can be rendered with just a little cash and a depraved mind. From strange clowns to pirated cell phones, this is the strangest that OLX Kenya has to offer.

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Behind Closed Doors

UP Nairobi continues with its series- Behind Closed Doors- which gives us a peek behind the veiled curtain that is the lives of the rich and powerful.

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Santuri Love

Santuri Safari have released a documentary! Read all about it and then watch it here.

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Movie Review: Strength of a Woman- A moving story on the struggle of a mother and daughter

An exclusive review of the award winning fiction-drama, Strength of a Woman that premieres on 5th of March.

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Weekend Wishlist

It’s Thursday. For some of us the weekend started yesterday at the RedBull afterparty don’t you know? So where to next? As usual, because we care, we have hand picked a selection of the dopest events and shows that you simply cannot miss over the coming days.

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Five Tips To Make Sure Employers Will Read Your Journo CV

Ever wondered why your plans to become a hotshot high-paying journalist seem to be slipping away, as each refusal brings you closer and closer to the brink of going and applying for a job writing Pampers manuals? Well when was the last time you looked over your CV? UP cares for you (and does not want to have to see poorly done CVs everytime we are hiring), so we compiled a checklist you should use before handing in your next resume’.

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Finally An African Superhero! Oya: Rise of the Orishas

Rise of the Orishas is short and sweet, twelve fairly entertaining minutes that manage to cram in just about everything you could want in a superhero flick. It’s got voodoo, over-the-top villains, a rescue mission and a hard hitting fight scene.

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Ten Cities: Continents Divide, Music Unites

Ten Cities serves the purpose of bringing different music cultures together while showcasing the best of their differences.

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Driving Diversity

Ever looked at the emojis on your phone and asked why there aren’t any black ones. Well Oju Africa has inspired Apple to introduce black emojis and create more racial diversity in your chats.

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Strength of A Woman: International Women’s Movie Day Premiere

On the 5th of March ‘Strength of A Woman’ premieres at Prestige Plaza’s Planet Cinema and will run through International Women’s Day weekend.

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Nairobi’s Food Scene is Going Global

Immigrants have been making their mark on the Kenyan food scene since colonial times, but has anyone ever bothered to document this food? Now for the first time someone is..

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Beats Of The Antonov

Iloti Mutoka reviews the award winning Beats of The Antonov which captures civil war Sudan in a glaringly honest light.

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Top Ten Tuesdays: Our Best Kenyan Short Films

There’s been tonnes of shorts coming out of Kenyan film studios. Here’s a few of our best choices for Top Ten Tuesdays

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Film Review: To Catch A Dream

We took our own advice and watched some of the Kenyan made films on Vimeo. Here is a review of the film To Catch A Dream by the Nest Initiative

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