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Student life and pub culture: the history behind your favourite hangouts

I still try to remember the cold chill that ran down my spine on a warm afternoon in May, when the temperature was hovering around the high twenties as I walked up Gloucester Road.
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The Cube: Bristol's volunteer-led arts venue giving the city's diverse community a voice

The Cube is one of Bristol’s hidden treasures: an independent arts venue showcasing local exhibitions, musicians and films located in Stokes Croft.
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Vinyl is here to stay - a look at Bristol's vinyl record scene

On Saturday 15 April, thousands of record enthusiasts flocked to their nearest vinyl selling store to get their hands on the variety of releases curated especially for World Record Store Day.
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The ethics of child stars

While the fame and fortune that comes along with being a celebrity seems glamorous (and probably is on occasion) it’s extremely taxing for a child who suddenly has to give up their childhood
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The man behind the piano: Epigram speaks to Bristol-based YouTuber, Joe Jenkins

Meet Joe Jenkins, the daring 20-year-old youtuber who has taken his acoustic piano all over Bristol, capturing the reactions of the public and harnessing an impressive 300 million views.
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Four films to help you celebrate the LGBTQ+ community this Pride month

Breaking away from Call Me By Your Name (2016) and Blue Is The Warmest Colour (2013), this list of LGBTQ+ film recommendations takes an intersectional turn, highlighting alternative narratives and their significance for the community.
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The value of TV reunions: Discussing Friends: 'The One Where They Get Back Together'

TV show reunions and reboots are not a new phenomenon, but have become increasingly popular within recent years. They have continued to offer nostalgia for audiences, but some have failed to succeed and perhaps, risked damaging the show’s overall reputation.
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Bristol Students raise £8,000 for Sanctuary Scholars Legal Fund

Students in Bristol have raised over £8000 for asylum-seeking students to cover legal costs related to their asylum claim, standing up to the Hostile Environment.
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