Tatu City to Host Kenya’s Largest Cycling Race

Cyclists from across Africa will join Kenyan riders at the second annual road race in Kiambu County on the weekend of September 8-9.

The event, held at Tatu City, is expected to attract large crowds of spectators as more than 250 cyclists will tackle the 106km course. Continue reading Tatu City to Host Kenya’s Largest Cycling Race

This Kenyan Group Is Turning Discarded Flip Flops Into Amazing Works of Art

If you have been to a beach in your life — which, if you’re reading this website, you probably have—you have seen garbage. It washes up on all corners of a globe, a plastic pandemic of epic proportions. We haphazardly throw our plastics out the windows of our lives, strewing them along roadways, into ditches, and down drains. Plastic is everywhere in our lives, and each piece, from the keys on your keyboard to the bottle of juice in your fridge, will be around long after we’re gone. There are a variety of different outfits attempting to do something about it, but none of the results are quite as eye-catching as Ocean Sole’s, a Kenyan marine conservation group that collects thousands of discarded flip flops and turns them into incredible works of colorful art. Continue reading This Kenyan Group Is Turning Discarded Flip Flops Into Amazing Works of Art

Popular Kenyan Celebs Go Flat Out To Show Off Their Fashion Sense At Groove Awards

The annual Groove awards saw newcomers in the entertainment industry getting awarded for their efforts and remarkable hardwork. But that was almost overtaken by the fashion sense exhibited by celebrities who graced the event. Continue reading Popular Kenyan Celebs Go Flat Out To Show Off Their Fashion Sense At Groove Awards

Immerse Yourself in Kenyan Art at the #PawaFestival
December is here and PAWA 254 is ready to make your holiday festive with the launch of the Pawa Festival; Art in the Streets. This is the first edition of what PAWA has said will be an annual event. It will take place this Sunday, 13th December 2015 from 10.00am to 10.00pm along City Hall… http://bit.ly/1UdzEp3