Backroads: new song by Cambridgeshire’s Lonely The Brave

Shaun Lynch Reader Find

By Shaun Lynch in New Music on Tuesday 18 December 2012

This Cambridgeshire band are attracting attention of late, and rightly so. From the gut vocals, with an eerie intensity, push through wave after wave of melodic guitar riffs. This is an honest rock band making the music they want to make that will defy any snobbery you may hold against a genre of music which […]

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The Hi-Rise Bread Company

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Friday 13 November 2009

Once the stomping ground of Julia Child, Cambridge, Massachusetts just outside of Boston, is replete with gastronomic delights. Innovative, modern cooking served in bank-vaults-turned-restaurants sit beside down-home cafes serving New England comfort food. Hi-Rise Bread Company in North Cambridge falls nicely into the latter category, dishing out absolutely addictive breads, cakes, sweets, and sandwiches. Here, […]

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The Middle East Club, Cambridge

Kyle Harris Reader Find

By Kyle Harris in Cool Travel on Friday 7 August 2009

If you happen to find yourself in the trendy Harvard Square area in Cambridge with a hot date and nowhere to go, then you should head down to The Middle East Club. Not only does it own the restaurant ZuZu next door, but head past the perfect mural on the wall and downstairs or upstairs, […]

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Alan Warburton’s food and politics series

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 2 December 2008

Cambridge artist Alan Warburton collaborated with a non-art audience to produce this series of work in which he asked volunteers to use fruit to explain politics: ‘In Caracas, Venezuela, volunteers explained the complex and lively political scene using melons, and in Cambridge, diverse residents used locally picked apples to explain the issues that affect the city’, he says of how the series unfolded.

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Sarah Lüdemann

Casper Johansson Reader Find

By Casper Johansson in New Photography on Wednesday 19 March 2008

Sarah Lüdemann is a German artist living and working in Cambridge, England. Of her work she says: ‘the connection point between all my pieces of work is the concept of identity. Initially I started exploring my own ‘self’ through traditional self portraits. But soon I started investigating the notion of the self-portrait in wider terms […]

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