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What I've learnt from living in Clifton Village

Aggie shares her perspective on living in Clifton Village  I moved back to Clifton after leaving London in the summer...
Bristol / / Aggie Andrews

You then, you now: asking my friends about who they have grown up to be

Qezz shows friends their school photos and discuss where they are now Recently, I went through my parents’ memory box...
Lifestyle / / Qezz Gill

Why are antidepressants still taboo in millennial mental health?

While everyone's happy to chat about self-care and mindfulness, no-one wants to talk about medication
Social Issues / / Sarah Nabi

The Weekend the Stars Grew Brighter

Chloe reflects on a beautiful evening which was the start of a complicated relationship with her invisible disability

Introducing Eleanor Hurley: a Bristol-based writer exploring women's emotional growth

Aggie chats to ascendant auteur Eleanor about creative community, collaboration and her career Eleanor Hurley is a talented Bristol-based writer...
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Aggie Andrews

My Black Experience: an animated poem

Through poetry and illustration, Lucy explores some of her experiences being Black.
Art / Bristol / / Lucy Turner

A short history of statue toppling

News of Colston's statue being pulled down spread all over the world - but its nothing new
History / Social Issues / / Rosie McCabe

'For creatives, lockdown’s been a blessing in disguise': HGZ on music, mental health and the future of nightlife culture

Nyse speaks to Bath-based producer HGZ about telling stories through his music 
Music / / Nyse Vicente

Why are women’s novels always mistaken for autobiography?

Pearl calls out the sexism of the publishing world and asks, why do we burden women in this way?

Dating isn’t what it used to be: how to keep searching for ‘the one’ during a pandemic

Monica's been on the lookout for love - but thanks to lockdown, it's been harder than ever before
Lifestyle / / Monica Meade

(I went to Morocco as a Moroccan I left reminded I was not)

Sophia shares a poem about the displacement she felt after visiting her mother's homeland
Social Issues / / Sophia Harari

Lockdown Diaries: made by Rife Magazine and the people of Bristol

Young people from across Bristol share their daily lives and reflections on life during lockdown in this short film.
Bristol / Film / / Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

Win a pair of socially-conscious sneakers designed by Black UK artists

Lucy speaks with the UK-based Black artists behind a collaboration with sneaker brand Trash Planet Since their conception, sustainable footwear...

How to get into horror films: a guide

Harry talks us through the movies you should be watching if you're a horror newbie
Film / / Harry Yeo

‘Erased’ & the Importance of Retelling Invisible Stories

Warefta's tour of Bristol remembers an forgotten and often ignored history of slave trading Last Spring, as part of the...

Nature at the seams: A Bristol photo essay

In this photo essay Aggie shows us her perspective on nature within the city of Bristol Bristol is a city...
Bristol / Lifestyle / / Aggie Andrews

The ‘M’ Word: I’m a Millennial Get Me Out of Here

Sylvie explores what it's like to be a millennial when everything seems to be... kind of on fire

The secret lives of girls with high functioning autism

Hannah tells us what it can be like to have a disorder that's often hidden in plain sight
Social Issues / / Hannah Crouch

To my fellow East Asians: don’t be complicit in racism

Mia interrogates being part of the 'model minority' and how she relates to the Black Lives Matter movement
Social Issues / / Mia Cheng

Go to these green spaces in Bristol to boost your mental health

Molly has a guide to the best places you can go to ease your mind

5 Reasons to love Lizzo, a new kind of popstar

In this article Lucy demonstrates 5 reasons to love the self- empowering star.
Fun Stuff/Lists / Music / / Lucy Turner

Boycotting buses to toppling statues: placing Colston’s statue in Bristol's history

How the statue's toppling sits in Bristol's history is key to understanding its significance
History / Social Issues / / Hadi Sami

Love in Lockdown: how we're (trying to) date in quarantine

If you thought dating was hard before, Coronavirus has taken it to another level, says Alice