Breaking news from Brighton, including music, fashion and food stories, plus new things opening.
Nick Cave is touring a question and answer show around Europe and the UK, ending at Brighton in June.
Ollie Quinn eyewear boutique has opened its doors for emerging artists to hold exhibitions, starting this month with paintings by Oriele Steiner.
Sustainable shopping has found a new home with Harriet's of Hove, a plastic-free pantry tackling pollution with low-waste packaging alternatives.
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Brighton loses another music venue - Sticky Mike's Frog Bar has announced that the venue will be closing at the end of this year.
To celebrate our 20th anniversary we're hosting a photography exhibition of work taken by Brighton Source snappers past and present.
Brighton's artrepublic has annexed the shop next door and turned it into an extra gallery space for exhibitions and all sorts of arty events.
At last, a cereal café in Brighton. Get your morning (or afternoon) sugar rush with over a hundred varieties of imported cereal. Just don't mention the H word.
Veganism has finally gone mainstream and is now a lifestyle choice of many. Brighton is about to host its biggest ever vegan festival.
The Brighton zero-waste restaurant Silo joins forces with local food charity FareShare to distribute surplus food that would otherwise be binned.
City centre gallery Fabrica have launched a crowdfunding campaign to protect their inclusive arts programme.
Fans gathered outside a sex store, a charity shop and Legends bar in pursuit of elusive tickets for Pride 2018 (and Britney Spears).
A lot of people with learning disabilities have to end their night outs at 9pm. Gig Buddies is helping them to stay up late. Paul Richards told us how.
Friends of the Greys make a bid to save the famous Brighton pub. Community Shares Buy-Out plan launched for The Greys.
Artist and local resident David Shrigley is named as the guest director of Brighton Festival 2018.
A long-lost Brighton music venue has reopened in a new guise. We went in to find out why it's carrying the torch for a venue that closed twenty years ago.
Staff picketed Duke of York's on Saturday following strikes at four other cinemas in a dispute over pay, union rights and wonky tills.
A new Flour Pot Bakery café has sprung up in Seven Dials, offering freshly roasted coffee and tasty cakes and bakes.
Brightonians came out in their thousands for a mass impromptu protest against Donald Trump's Muslim ban.
Local writer Joseph J Clark presents 'Drunk With A Pen', a collection of poems sold in aid of Clock Tower Sanctuary.
A new radio station run by young adults is setting up home at the GDS with a launch party this month.
The vinyl fightback continues with a punky new used-records store near The Level.
The much-loved charity pooches went to auction in a final fundraising effort for Martlets Hospice.
The University of Sussex announces the opening season of a new arts centre on their Falmer campus.
Brighton theatre 88 London Road – formerly The Emporium – is due to close in early 2017. Artistic Director, James Weisz, tells us what comes next.