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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.

Happy Birthday Tchaikovsky – Honorary Doctor of Cambridge

The birthday of one of the greatest composers of the 19th century is coming up soon. Tchaikovsky was born on May 7th in 1840 in Russia. He was a Russian composer of the Romantic era known for various symphonies, operas, ballets and a selection of chamber music. His most famous … Continue reading

Cash Still Needed for Charity Campaign

ITV’s This Morning celebrity doctor, Dr Chris Steele, has backed a local charity’s fundraising campaign to build a new ‘Home from Home’ within the Rosie Hospital in Cambridge. The Sick Children’s Trust, which provides free, high-quality ‘Home from Home’ accommodation for families whose children are seriously ill in hospital, launched … Continue reading

Villas in Tuscany

This week our guest writer Kristen Jonnes writes about villas in Tuscany/Italy: Villas in Tuscany for facilitating the different objectives of your travelling plan Apart from the zealous contribution of the region to the cause of tourism; the villas in Tuscany also testify to its socio cultural clime- the one responsible … Continue reading

Sweden Wins Eurovision 2012

Last night, Sweden won the world’s largest televised non-sporting event, the Eurovision Song Contest. Loreen won convincingly with her dance anthem “Euphoria”. voters all over Europe supported this new single hit with 372 points and undoubtedly we will hear her voice in the radios all over Europe now. This year the contest … Continue reading

Cambridge University Collates Research on the “Future of Food”

Why do we find tomatoes in the supermarket all year around? Why is a mango cheaper than a watermelon? What are Shitake mushrooms? – something not only Catherine Tate may wonder. More than half the people in the Western world carry food parasites in their bellies, most of the time … Continue reading