Lifestyle News

The Big Issue on McDermid's Choice Reads

Many people will be sleeping rough this Christmas, even in affluent Bristol. However, there is a project to help alleviate homelessness which has been providing help and support for nearly thirty years. The Big Issue is a street sold magazine, which retails at three pounds a week and which is sold by vendors affected by homelessness or housing issues.

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Nineties Cruise with Top Spice Girl Tribute

The national pop music radio network Heat, which broadcasts on DAB services in the UK, has reported that pop fans can relive the tumultuous nineties on a cruise from England and Amsterdam next September.  Bands performing will include boyband favourite 911 who achieved quite a bit of coverage in

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2019 Vegan Catalogue for Gift Ideas Out Now

With more and more people going vegan for the sake of animals and the environment, the campaign group Animal AID has issued its 2019 merchandise catalogue.

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Tumblr Microblogs to be cleared of Porn

And it's good bye to all that, as microblogging site Tumblr is to remove all adult content.

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Sir Cliff Plays Concert for BBC Radio and TV

Perhaps strangely, given his recent victory over the Corporation in a court case, Sir Cliff Richard will play a concert on Friday evening, 30th November, which is to be broadcast on BBC 2 Television and on the BBC's “light music” network, BBC Radio Two.

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Gay and Bisexual men's fetish shop Regulation, which has been a fixture of St Alban's Place in Islington since 1991, has announced plans to relocate to Soho imminently.


Michael Stipe has a new book of art photography out, called simply “Volume 1”. Stipe was the frontman for a band called REM, who started out in the early eighties on US alternative music circuit.


Advance tickets are available for Palm Springs Leather Pride, taking place over the weekend of October 25th to 28th.


The hippie movement of the late nineteen sixties was arguably one of the most important social, cultural and political transformations of the twentieth century.

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