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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

The Colour Run 2015

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The world famous colour run finishes its 2015 tour in Brighton this weekend. Also known as the happiest 5K on the Planet, the colour run douses every runner with a different colour at each kilometre. The race is un-timed, and as you can imagine it is extremely messy but...

Haunted Brighton

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You can think what you like about ghostly phenomena. Whether ghosts even exist is a good starting point. Could they simply be the ravings of attention seekers? Are they hallucinations or something to do with naturally occurring phenomena? Other explanations vary. Scientists have speculated that some buildings, particularly very...

Typical Girls

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This week in the pop-up shop in Gloucester Road is Typical Girls, a brand new print magazine, though it isn’t your typical magazine. Contributors in this issue include a circus performer who has travelled the world, and is still travelling, and a woman who was diagnosed with Autism later...
It’s Black History Month here in the UK, a vitally important, and really truly interesting event in our calendar. We at bjournal wanted to tell you a bit about the things going on in the coming weeks to commemorate such an important month in the calendar. Brighton and Hove untold...
Jeremy Corbyn has been a controversial figure since an against-the-odds victory led to him becoming The Labour Party’s new leader last month. Papers such as The Guardian have suggested that the Conservatives "plan to use one parliamentary vote after another" to "weaken" the party. However, following threatened resignations of...
This is it. The crunch. Win or lose. Do or die - ok that’s pushing it a little but you get the picture. England have to turn over the Australians, number 3 in the world and one of our fiercest sporting rivals on Saturday. Win and it is a...
You may have noticed that every week on Gloucester Road a new shop appears. And then that new shop disappears and then another one opens, offering exhibitions, workshops and clothes. This is the work of Pop-Up Brighton, who have created an initiative called It Is What It Is which...
If you had the privilege of being stuck at Brighton station last week, you might have noticed something to make your gruelling commute a bit more interesting. As part of Brighton’s digital festival, musician and software developer Alan Donohoe and Steven Parker created a waiting board consisting of anonymous...