Today's pick covers a variety of sports from a Welsh perspective.
An Early Bath covers a wide range of sport from the obvious - rugby and football - to the less mainstream ones like netball, handball and even Aussie rules football. There's also coverage of women's and disability sport. Well worth a look.
‘TIL DEATH us do part will become a reality for thousands of couples when legal aid for divorce ceases in April. Husbands and wives across the UK will be forced to stay bound in unhappy marriages, unable to afford the key to their ball and chain. While this is a sad situation for those who want out, people may begin to think twice before tying the knot.
Find out where to get your fix of pool and pork scratchings with our top 3 pub bloggers.
The Pint of 45 duo are well established on the Cardiff blogging scene. Oliver and Phil have just posted their 100th review of a city pub, and say there are still many more pubs before they run out of new places to drink. Each review comes with pictures and an irreverent write-up – they consider whether the Pear Tree in Roath “is sinking into the ground or whether this is just a slightly wonky photo”, for example. Worth a read for a chuckle reading about pubs you already frequent, or to suss out where to go for the next drink.
Elena Cresci caught up with I Loves the 'Diff creator Christian Amodeo for a quick Twitterview - all answers and questions below 140 characters.
I Loves the ‘Diff is the Cardiff brand which celebrates everything about our fair city through witty Cardiff-themed cards, posters and “I <3s the ‘Diff” t-shirts. Elena Cresci caught up with creator Christian Amodeo for a quick Twitterview - all answers and questions below 140 characters.
@elenacresci: Can you describe I loves The 'Diff in 140 characters?
Dog shows, musical blog posts and general fun in the sun.
Murder mystery play in Canton
A drama group for young teenagers is performing An Act of Murdertonight at the Llanover Hall Arts Centre on Romilly Road. It's an interactive whodunit where the audience influences the outcome by deciding where the investigation should go. It starts at 7.30pm and is £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.
Shake those Monday blues with some sunshine and the Cardiffian's daily briefing.
Welsh Unsigned Stand-up Award heats
Starting at Chapter Arts Centre in Canton at 8pm and sponsored by the Glee Club, the WUSA aims to uncover the best up-and-coming Welsh comedic talent. There'll be 6-8 contenstants in a series of heats leading up to semi-finals in July, and a final on July 23 at the Glee Club. It's £5 on the door for a night of guaranteed giggles.
This weekend has a real offering of delights including a canoe slalom, Dr Who convention and fairy tales.
With that Friday feeling firmly in place and the weekend just around the corner, The Cardiffian takes a look at what you could be getting up to this Saturday and Sunday following last weeks eventful weekend.
Cardiff's Got Talent, murder mystery night at the Grosvernor Casino and the Harlem Globetrotters make for an exciting Thursday night!
Cardiff’s Got Talent
Fancy checking out the hottest talent in Cardiff? If so then get down to The Globe tonight for the third round of auditions for Cardiff’s Got Talent. All are welcome to come and watch the auditions, with entry costing just £5. After 4 successful years, will this year’s event find a star in the making?
Elena Cresci takes a look at what's happening today. From the presentation of the 6 Nations trophy, to a Mother's Day pampering session at the Hilton, to Hoagies and Cardiff Design Festival and much more.
Well, well, well. Good morning Cardiff - how’s the head? It’s been a grand slamming weekend, hasn’t it? We hope you’re not too groggy after the triple whammy of a Welsh victory, St Patrick’s Day and the inevitable party with your Mam day. So if you’ve made it to this side of Monday, here’s the best of our fair city:
Start your week the the Cardiffian Daily- today we've got two litarary events vying for your attention, the chance to catch the next big thing in Welsh comedy, and a rare glimpse at the most terrifying being in the universe (posing with a Dalek).
This morning getting you down? The weekend suddenly feeling like a very long way away? We can’t promise to take away that Monday morning feeling, but here at Cardiffian HQ we at least have another Daily briefing to set you up for the week ahead. And surely that’s all anyone really needs?
It's the latest Cardiffian Daily - giving you all you need to know on Saturday March 10. Featuring cake and jazz and gardening and rubgy- just not all at the same time.
Good morning from The Cardiffian!
Following a long and (at times) stressful production day yesterday The Cardiffian’s new daily briefing is still up bright and early to give you the lowdown on what’s happening in Cardiff today. No need to thank us, we really are that dedicated. And just to show it, we’ve mapped out the perfect way to spend a springtime Saturday.