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Review: White Lion Bar

It’s been over a month now but I still remember stepping through the front doors, and then at the other end emerging out again onto the most generous of terraces (fun fact: seats 400!) with the most spectacular of views of the Clifton suspension bridge. Money won’t buy you love, but for under a tenner […]

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Interview: Stewart Lee

As an old scholar of Solihull School I was interested to find out that both you and Richard Hammond are alumni. Is the ‘hatred’ that you express towards him in your Top Gear skit based on any schoolyard feuds? I never knew R Hammond at school, as I explain in the piece. I thought about […]

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New Year Airline Sales 2014!

Students, bargain hunters and budget travellers, your time has come! Now is the time to buy cheap flights! THE SALES HAVE ARRIVED!! (Everybody get excited!!) I’ve always thought how useful it would be if all the information about sales was in one big list. Well, I’ve been the one to take on this task! Here’s […]

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New delivery service to help the hungover in Bristol

New delivery service to help the hungover in Bristol

A new food-delivery system is asking its future customers to write the menu on its Facebook page in anticipation of a launch this month.   The exclusively Bristol-based Hangover Delivery Service targets those with throbbing temples, stuck firmly to the base of a sofa, wrapped in a Finding Nemo towel with bits of cream-cracker stuck to their […]

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Hungry But Happy? The rise of extreme diets

    The rise of extreme diets is gathering pace. Soylent, the paste which replaces the need to eat, is on the verge of becoming a multi-million dollar industry, this guy eats nothing but raw meat, and radical breeds of vegetarianism, such as Frutarianism, proliferate . I:M investigates….   We were wandering the aisles of […]

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Rachel’s Column: Peanut Butter and Honey Christmas Biscuits

Peanut Butter and Honey Christmas Biscuits with a Chocolate Drizzle Here in Germany, there are a lot of absolutely delicious Christmas cookies and biscuits (Plätzchen, if you fancy a German vocab lesson) flying around at this type of year, but you NEVER see any flavoured like this. Somewhat tragically, peanut butter isn’t very popular over […]

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Interview: John Robins

John Robins is the latest comedian to burst out of Bristol’s hotbed of talent. He has made his name as one of the most quick-witted, engaging comics on the circuit, and has appeared on Russell Howard’s Good News and was a regular guest on BBC6 Music’s shows with Russell Howard and Jon Richardson. Following a critically-acclaimed Edinburgh […]

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Emma’s Column: Introducing… Fuze 2014

Introducing…Fuze 2014 The nights are getting longer, the advent calendars have been opened (and half of the chocolates seem to have mysteriously disappeared) and it’s gotten bloody freezing! That means one thing and one thing only…Christmas is just around the corner! If all of the festive excitement (and the thought of no Uni for the […]

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Clothes Swapping

Clothes Swapping The end of the autumn term is drawing closer and these last few weeks can seem a bit of a drag before the fun of Christmas begins; deadlines, no student loan left, freezing student flats can all get you down. But just because you might not have that extra cash to splurge, it […]

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Review: Hamilton House Fashion Show

Hamilton House Fashion Show Last night saw the welcome return of the Coexist Fashion Show at Hamilton House. Featuring home grown brands, the show aimed to give exposure to some amazing local talent whilst also raising money for a great cause, ‘Confident Children out of Conflict.’ The catwalk saw everything from handmade knits, origami inspired head wear, […]

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