Woodcuts & Inks: Carving political messages
Old school printmaking processes are revived to produce campaign materials in the run up to the general election
Shining a light on Bristol’s lonely
How local groups are bringing people out of this ‘silent epidemic’.
Free money for everyone: not such a wild idea anymore
The idea of a no-strings income for all citizens is making waves in the UK and beyond – we asked a leading Bristol academic why the time may be right for a universal basic income
St Pauls Carnival to return next year…but not all is well
St Pauls Carnival organisers has announced the return of Carnival for its 50th anniversary in 2018. But not all is well.
Bristol’s co-op businesses: Top tips for success
If you were inspired by the Cable’s AGM, want to find out about other Bristol co-ops, or discover the top tips on how to set...
Perinatal mental health in Bristol
Are we failing to protect the mental health of pregnant women and new mums?
The next stages of gentrification are upon Bristol
But can we take inspiration from cities that are rebelling against it with creative solutions?
Discontent, despair and anger: responses to the Tasering of Ras Judah Adunbi
Desmond Brown encountered strong feelings when he asked local people to respond to the Tasering of Ras Judah, a 63-year-old black race relations adviser in Easton.
Subverting the City: the ad takeover
In Bristol and around the world, groups like Brandalism are using subversive tactics to confront outdoor advertising in our everyday life.
Feminist library protestors “violently” evicted
Domestic violence campaigners have been “violently” evicted from Cheltenham Road Library.
My journey with fossil fuels divestment
“My divestment journey has involved collaborations with literally thousands of other people”
Night Stop: the people offering Bristol’s homeless young adults somewhere to sleep.
As the housing crisis deepens and homelessness is on the rise, some Bristolians are stepping up to help those falling through the gaps in provision