Inside the Chamber

Some inspiration for your business We all need some inspiration for how to run our business.  Whether that's getting new ideas, learning what not to do do, or seeing how someone else has developed their career...

Race Around the Corner

With February’s Brighton Half Marathon and April’s Marathon rapidly approaching I thought I’d explain about distance running and how to train for a successful race. Words by Adam Lewis. Strength For people ...

Uncommon Denominator

By Jamie McCartney What happens when your humble arts editor, philosopher, raconteur, rascal and bon viveur is involved in three group exhibitions in three months? He casts convention aside, drops the philosophy hat in the studio bin and decides to hold forth...

Absolute Cinema February

Bill Murray gets all poetic about 2013 and this year's big new films In a year where “Anchorman” made a return, cinemas in the region could feel the burn Sandra and George Were lost in space “World War Z” was all over the place “Pacific Rim” splashed...

Absolutely Andre

Peter Andre is surely one of the most recognisable people in modern British celebrity culture, and for those of us who remember his bare-chested debut on number one hit Mysterious Girl, his is a face that shows very few of the scars from two decades in the spo...

A Level Playing Field

Andrew Wale and Neil Allard are set to make history as the first same-sex couple to get married in the UK this month and they spoke to Daniel White about the significance of the event “Living in Brighton you w...

No Need To Fly For Street Thai

Words by Anya Zervudachi As I stepped though the doors of Street Thai in Brighton Square, out of the thoroughly miserable cold, wet British evening, had I shut my eyes, I could almost have believed I had been ...

The Power of Love

Brighton Registrar Trevor Love talks to Daniel White about the city’s historic same-sex marriage that will take place in March. “It has happened in other countries and nothing major has happened in that country, the world didn’t end, there wasn’t an earthquak...