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Friday, January 21, 2022
In the coming weeks, we're all going to need to find creative ways to occupy ourselves whilst indoors.  For those wanting to keep getting their dose of culture, and avoid spending too much time scrolling through social media, we have some good news for you. Google Arts & Culture have...
We all have got a story to tell, some more interesting than others, but each one unique in its own way! As part of this year's Brighton Festival, members of the so-called Storytelling Army will rock up in random places to tell you their stories.  So, be prepared whenever you take the bus,...
Written by Winnie Liu We seem to have a rather arrogant quality in our modern times, as we truly appear to think we have reached the epitome of human success in society. People may lament the poor choices of the young, such as listening to dreadful music, but the young may...
Living in Brighton can be a bit of a rollercoaster at times, whether you've lived here your whole life, moved here twenty years ago or are still a relative newbie. So what have we learned from living in Brighton? Read on to find out... 1. Standing Out Isn't A Bad...
As we all know, May is a huge month in Brighton's calendar, but as it's sadly drawing to a close, we decided to have a look back at some of the highlights of the Brighton Festival, which is undeniably one of the city's most exciting events. This year we were...
The demand for electronic cigarettes is increasing day by day in almost every region. It's been a decade since this debate has been going on if electronic cigarettes/vaping is better than traditional smoking. That’s why many people still do not believe in the benefits of e-cigarette. In fact, vaping...
  The regime of Peruvian dictator Alberto Fujimori sterilized 272,028 people between 1996 and 2001, the majority of them Indigenous women from poor, rural areas – and some without consent. Now, in public hearings that began earlier this year, thousands of these women are demanding justice for what they say were...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local visual artist and designer, Anastasios Veloudis. After completing his Masters degree in Digital Media at the University of Brighton in 2013, Anastasios has taken part in many exhibitions across the globe. His work was selected for the 15th Biennale of Young Artists...
Brighton Observation Tower
Brighton's 162 metre-high i360 opened last August after 2 years of construction, but it was not the city's first attempt at an observation tower. Black and white Pathé footage from the '60s reveals a proposed project which bears an uncanny resemblance to the tourist attraction. The structure would have...
Having long been nicknamed "London-by-sea", every summer Brighton fills up with flocks of tourists travelling from London and further afield. With hot weather comes crowds spilling out of Brighton Railway Station and making their way into the city in herds down Queens Road. As much as we may love...