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Culture Bite  – Didee Eta: Surulere’s new music sensation 0

The Nigerian-born Afro-Rmb/Pop sensation Didee Eta, son to veteran music DJ and music distributor, Bro Barry Eta, is doing way more than creating just music but a distinct sound. He

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Eating Out –  Restaurant of the week 0

  Surulere Now! had lunch at Mac-Lina Spot: Restaurant & Bar at 6 Alaode Street, off Kilo bus-stop.  We were drawn by the promise of real poundedyam. We very much

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Salsa in Surulere By Sanne Steemers 1

The new Lounge 38 is an upmarket venue with island aspirations, but strongly rooted in Surulere with a track record in their previous venue along Adeniran Ogunsanya Street. Entrance is

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Surulere-based photographer, Segun Taylor, speaks on her forthcoming exhibition

We talk endlessly about children being the future but – as with so much else in Nigeria – we carelessly waste them. According to UN figures, 50 percent of Nigerian

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Bathing with rainwater

My personal Pavlovian conditioning, Nigerian style: my eyes lighting up (along with all electrical equipment) when I hear the hooray-NEPA-has-come siren blaring; my instantly clammy hands when I am behind

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A Night on the Town

SurulereNow! recently visited the Ayo Bankole Centre for Arts and Cultural Expression on one of its Karaoke nights, which are held every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 7pm onwards. Fridays

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