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‘Friends’ gives me nostalgia of Nairobi Nights

Why the soothing 90’s show transports me to summers spent in Kenya.
Film / Lifestyle / / Asmaa Jama

Us, and what it reminded me about the magic of black survival

From fear to unexpected feelings, Asmaa talks about how important black horror really is.
Film / Social Issues / / Asmaa Jama

Pick Of The Week: Papergirl Workshops

Find out what’s on Rife Guide this week, including two free skill sharing arts workshops from Papergirl Bristol.
Guide / / Holly Muse

Rife Guide Pick of the Week: 'Inspiration Works' Workshops

Rife Guide has picked the best thing happening in Bristol all this week for 11-25 year olds — head along to...
Guide / / Holly Muse

Six Months Of Challenge, Joy And The Occasional Cringe

As her time at Rife reached a close, Jazz reflects on what this incredible experience has meant to her.
Lifestyle / / Jasmine Thompson

Seven Types Of Student You'll Meet This September

Jazz illustrates a silly comic series based on the type of students you’re likely to meet when you go...
Art / / Jasmine Thompson

Why Calling Me 'Exotic' Isn't A Compliment

Jazz writes about the term ‘exotic’, the connotations that come with it, and why it isn’t necessarily a compliment.  ‘...
Social Issues / / Jasmine Thompson

Childhood Cartoon Characters: Where Are They Now?

Jazz draws some of our favourite cartoon characters from childhood, and re-contextualises them in a modern-day, urban environment like Bristol.
Art / / Jasmine Thompson

A Street Art Crawl Through Bristol

Jazz compiles some of Bristol's most quirky, creative, and influential pieces of street art you can find by foot, in...
Art / / Jasmine Thompson

From Curls to Coils Part 3: An Interview With Beulah Davina

In part 3 of the series, Jazz explores why it's important that blogs for POC are at the forefront of web...
Lifestyle / / Jasmine Thompson