About City Connect PR

City Connect was first established in Cambridge and aims to spread to other cities nationally and internationally in the future. City Connect's online magazine style website reaches out to a wide audience and has something for everyone. City Connect offers a comprehensive range of features and articles, such as news, film and music reviews, trends and hot topics, dating advice, culture and style to name but a few. City Connect also holds networking events to join our writers, advertisers and readers together. City Connect events range from the casual to the formal, but everyone with a passion for networking is welcome.

Three Tips That Will Transform Your Business’s Front Entrance

First impressions are so important for the success of your small business. This begins with your front entrance. As potential customers walk through your front doors, they are already forming an opinion of your products and services. Make sure that your entryway is giving them the impression you are after … Continue reading

Diet High in Vitamins and Fish May Protect Cognition and Brain Size

US scientists have found people with high levels of certain vitamins and omega 3 fatty acids in their blood do better in cognitive tests, and are less likely to have brain shrinkage associated with Alzheimer’s disease. The study, which is published online in the journal Neurology on 28 December, is one of … Continue reading

A Guide to Decorating Your Home After Moving to Thailand

Many expatriates consider locations like the Philippines, Mexico, Thailand, and South Africa because the American dollar goes further compared to back at home. In addition, living outside of the US gives retirees, teachers, artists, former military personnel, and families the chance to travel as well as experience a different culture. … Continue reading

It is Immoral to Stop People from Medical Marijuana Use

People suffering from different types of pain and illnesses clamour for the legalisation of medical marijuana. These people won’t advocate for it if they think there are other options out there. They have tried several forms of medications through the years, and they found medical marijuana to be effective. Therefore, … Continue reading

5 Places to Tour in Barcelona

Gorgeous buildings, impressive museums, stunning views, and fantastic food and leisure activities – these are the main attractions of Barcelona! Still, every time I visit it, I discover something new about this multi-layered city. But if you’re not used to the Catalan way, you may get stuck in the standard … Continue reading

Best Fitness Bands in the Budget-friendly Range

Activity trackers have been on the rise. A lot of people are looking forward to keeping fit and living a healthy lifestyle. Keeping track of how many calories you have burned during a workout actually gives you more motivation to exercise. Moreover, an activity tracker keeps tabs of your heart … Continue reading

Why Sleeping on Memory Foam Isn’t for Everyone

Since the introduction of memory foam technology to the bed industry back in the 1980s, all manner of people have rushed to purchase memory foam beds with the poor assumption of a “serve-one-serve-all” notion. This is after plenty of misleading advertising over the years from mattress salesmen who needed to … Continue reading

Following a Kosher Diet? Keep These Rules in Mind

The term kosher has its roots in Jewish traditions. Kosher means appropriate, and regarding diet, kosher food is anything prepared and cooked using proper ingredients and cooking techniques. Kashrut is the Jewish dietary law that people must follow when preparing and cooking kosher food. Certain types of food are not … Continue reading

Terpene-Infused Cocktails & Gourmet Cooking? The Possibilities are Endless

Terpenes are rapidly gaining popularity as an ingredient among foodies and upscale establishments all over the West coast Every year, chefs and enthusiasts around the world continue to experiment with new techniques and ingredients, taking the food and drink industry to new heights. Two such trailblazers are chefs Noah Tucker … Continue reading

I won’t let depression stop me Running Down Dementia

Andy Morris is taking on the Running Down Dementia challenge for the third year, having already run more than 750km and raised more than £5,000 over the past two years. Here, during Mental Health Awareness Week and ahead of Dementia Action Week (21-27 May), he explains why he’s still motivated … Continue reading