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Kids Birthday Party Snack Ideas That Might Interest You Do you have a child that is having a birthday party soon and is looking for some fun snack ideas? If so, you have come to the right place! In this blog post, we will discuss some of the best snacks...
  By Jenny Stavisky, University of Nottingham and Pru Hobson-West, University of Nottingham Homeless people are being forced to sleep rough to avoid giving up their pets, our recent study found. We conducted an online survey of homelessness accommodation providers in the UK to find out if they accepted pets on their...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to Lewes-based artist, Martin Gayford. Martin's work considers the interplay between the abstract and the figurative, frequently exploring a sense of space, colour and light. His current projects include a continuation of a series of cityscape drawings and paintings that were exhibited at his...
This week Brighton Journal spoke to local artist and author, Miguel Amortegui. Miguel uses different media including painting, sculpture, film and photography to share stories with a social conscience. He also works as a Participatory Photography Facilitator, teaching photography and digital storytelling skills to those who have been victims...
I recently spoke to a man named Adam who told me that every object he owns could fit in one of Ikea’s famous shelving units. He owns two pairs of jeans and T-shirts in just three colours. He is so concerned with the ethical and environmental impacts of his...
In mid Raul Castro – younger brother of longtime Cuban leader Fidel Castro – relinquished his position as first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, the most powerful position in Cuba. Castro, 89, became Cuba’s president in 2008, after his brother’s incapacitation, and took over the first secretary role...
Whether you’re trying to save a few bucks or preserve the environment, any step that you take towards living a more eco-friendly life is one in the right direction. Anyone can live eco-consciously. It doesn’t require that much of an effort and you don’t necessarily have to make massive...
  By Chris Wyver, University of Reading and Laura Reeves, University of Reading Plants are flowering about a month earlier in the UK due to climate change. That’s according scientists at the University of Cambridge, who recently analysed the first flowering dates of 406 species and found a link to warmer...
  By Adam J Smith, York St John University In the hit Netflix series Bridgerton, London society is set alight thanks to a newsletter penned by an anonymous writer whose sharp pen captures all the pomp, circumstance and gossip of the season. Fans of Bridgerton will recognise this writer, Lady Whistledown,...
Do you ever feel like your brain is in a rut? Maybe you can't seem to focus on anything, or you're having trouble remembering things. If this sounds like you, don't worry - you're not alone! A lot of people experience brain fog at some point in their lives....