Sharon Jones played a free NYC show (pics) ++ Budos Band, Naomi...
Jones waltzed through her catalog with tight vocal technique, annunciation and grit on her fast paced jams and sweet flow on her ballads.
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Four teenagers bailed over car theft
Sussex Police received reports of a maroon car being driven erratically, at speed and off-road at Wilsons Avenue and Sheepcote Valley in Brighton at just before 2.15pm on Sunday.
'Daddy Stole My Nose' Has Little Kyra Crying For Her Honker
The classic game of "I've got your nose" turned out to be a little too real for a 2-year-old girl in Brighton, England.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The soaring cost of moving travellers on
THE cost of evicting travellers from illegal camps this year has surpassed the total from 2013 - despite being just seven months into the year.
New Hippodrome petition calls on minister to halt conversion plans
Campaigners are calling on a Government minister to stop the conversion of a historic theatre into an eight-screen cinema complex.
'hired killers' councillor apologises for offensive tweets
Coun Ben Duncan , for Queen's Park ward on Brighton and Hove City Council , made the apology at a full council meeting on July 17. He hit the headlines in June for a Tweet he sent during a march through the city by the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment as part of Armed Forces Day.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Christian Science Monitor
'Bound by Flesh' reopens an almost forgotten chapter of showbiz
Leslie Zemeckis's documentary "Bound by Flesh" is about the last century's most famous conjoined twins, Daisy and Violet Hilton, and the strange life they led.
Did you get any sleep last night? Thunder and lightning storms rocked ...
Thunderstorms set off the alarms at high security Broadmoor mental hospital last night, prompting fears the Yorkshire Ripper was on the loose The night skies were lit up across the country last night as huge thunder and lighting storms kept the nation awake.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Photos of the Day: July 17
Enjoying an ice-cream on the beach in Brighton, England, on Thursday, the hottest day of the year so far.
Pupils aim to get its community recycling
A SCHOOL is urging people to get involved with its community composting scheme to helps its plants and garden areas.
Anger as bin crews - forget key parts of our city'
"Forgotten" suburbs of Brighton and Hove are bearing the brunt of the missed bin collections during last week's strike.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
THE number of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has plummeted to a record low.
Government figures released yesterday show that 3,905 people claimed the benefit in Brighton and Hove in June this year - working out at 2% of the city's population.
Historic Brighton theatre set to become eight screen cinema complex
Brighton and Hove City Council 's planning committee voted eight to four in favour of plans to convert the famous Brighton Hippodrome.
150m redevelopment moves closer after Brighton site sold to developers
The A 150million redevelopment of a former barracks has moved a step closer after the site was sold to developers.
Hippodrome fate to be decided at planning meeting
The 12 councillors on Brighton and Hove City Council 's planning committee will decide on plans to convert the Brighton Hippodrome into an eight screen cinema with four restaurants.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
BWW Reviews: Ga Shakespeare's One Man, Two Guvnors is as Good as a Summer Comedy Gets
There has barely been a bad word said about this show since it debuted on Broadway in 2012 , but because I didn't know much about it, I took a while to settle into the comedic rhythm of Georgia Shakespeare 's production of ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS.
Winners' reaction to Brighton and Hove Business Awards
THE MAYOR dancing with Marilyn Monroe, glitter-lit karaoke, fish and chips on the pier - it could only be the Brighton and Hove Business Awards.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Police investigate bar's 'lethal' offer of 42 shots of alcohol for A 105
The extreme drinks promotion has been withdrawn by Oxygen in Brighton as police investigate what they have called a 'flagrant' breach of licensing laws A bar has been forced to withdraw an offer urging drinkers to buy 42 shots of alcohol for A 105.
100s turn out for 10th annual Patchfest
The biggest ever running of the free volunteer-run festival was hailed as a huge success by organisers, performers and spectators.
A cycling campaigner has slammed changes to a city centre road.
Plans to develop North Street were approved by Brighton and Hove's City Council's Environment and Transport Committee earlier this month despite pleas by cycling campaigners for a rethink.