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| October 19, 2018

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Forgotten Cuts: nose-to-tail food for thought

November 5, 2015 |

When hunger hits on a Wednesday, head down to the Open Market and walk through the gates from London Road. There, right in front of you, will appear a stall, adorned with flowers and gold, and in big, bold fonts … Read More

Beautiful Brighton- the Must Have Colouring Book for Brightonians

November 4, 2015 |

In a previous article, bjournal mentioned adult colouring books as a way of destressing at the end of a long day and now we have found the perfect adult colouring book for Brightonians to settle down with in front of … Read More

YouTube Famous – The New Wave of Celebrity

November 4, 2015 | 3

YouTube has always been a platform for a variety of people to express themselves, but in recent years some have managed to create a career for themselves by becoming ‘YouTube famous.’

From creating weekly videos on hair/makeup tutorials and displaying … Read More

#CharityTuesday: Speak Out Brighton and Hove

November 3, 2015 |

This week for our #CharityTuesday feature, Speak Out Brighton and Hove are in the spotlight. Speak Out is a charity that started off in 1995 as a small Citizen Advocacy project, which recruited people to become an advocate for someone … Read More

Be Brightonian

November 1, 2015 |

On the left we have Sapphire (18). Originally from Brighton she studies photography at City College and loves Brighton because of its creativity. On the right, Scarlett (18) is also a Brighton native. She studies Art in Farnden and loves our … Read More

Cuffs: Brightonians Opinions

October 29, 2015 |

Did anyone watch the new police drama on the BBC last night? I did, only because I wanted to point out all the places I knew. Set in Brighton and Hove, Cuffs didn’t exactly make it seem the most welcoming … Read More

Emmaus Helping Homeless to Become Self-sufficient

October 27, 2015 |

Emmaus Brighton and Hove was founded in 1997 and provides a safe home, training and rehabilitation to 48 companions, the name they give their residents, who are all men and women over the age of 18. The community is one … Read More

Be Brightonian

October 25, 2015 |

 This is Charlotte (23) who’s originally from Ireland. She lives in Brighton because of her studies.  She achieved a masters in GIS and environmental management. Loves Brighton because of how people friendly and welcoming it is.

On the … Read More

Anna Bertmark Sound Designer Chose UK over Sweden for Longer Days

October 22, 2015 |

Anna Bertmark is a Brighton-based sound-designer who has worked on films such as The Queen, The Goob and most recently, Love/Me/Do. Bjournal spoke to Anna about her job as a sound-designer and her life in Brighton.

Why did you decide … Read More

Icelandic Kids TV Show – Teaching Gay

October 20, 2015 |

This clip from the Icelandic Children’s Programme “Stundin Okkar” that aired last Sunday is going viral. For some reason it is world news that a kids TV show talks about being gay. What year is it again? Pall Oskar is … Read More