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Brighton, England trio the Wytches were one of the 40 best things SPIN saw at SXSW , so we're quite excited to see the lads release their "Robe for Juda" video.
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Driving off a cliff may be common in action movies, but it's generally not something carmakers consider when preparing their products for crash tests.
New report suggests Brighton, Oxford and Chelmsford are the most unaffordable spots in Britain for those wanting to get on the property ladder Alex Johnson has been part of The Independent's online team since 2007.
Following the winter storms, I suppose that everyone feels a little bit bruised and battered, which equally applies to the garden beds and containers up and down the High Street, some of which need completely replanting.
Today Berkeley Repertory Theatre announced that it has added Richard Bean 's internationally acclaimed smash hit One Man, Two Guvnors to its captivating collection of shows for the 2014-15 season.
A former Worthing FC manager who was set to be charged in relation to a A 5 million horse betting scam when he went on the run has been named as one of the UK's most-wanted fugitives.
Brighton taxi drivers have launched a campaign against the deregulation of the industry, which they claim could put public safety at risk.
A campaign to keep live performance at a historic theatre has suffered a blow after a conservation body backed plans to convert it into a cinema.
A pub famed for its rabbit warren of nooks and crannies has been sold to a Chelsea-based pub group for a record price of A 4.5 million.
General Assembly moderator candidate Heath Rada - a ruling elder from Western North Carolina Presbytery - has tapped the Rev.
Starting off the Main Stage season in May of 2014 is the rock musical JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, running May 8 through 24. This rock opera with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice is a thought-provoking and emotional dramatization of Christ's final days.
Gay couple Neil Allard and Andrew Wale are married in the Music Room of Brighton's Royal Pavilion shortly after midnight in one of the UK's first same-sex weddings on March 29, 2014 in Brighton, England.
Parts of Brighton's Lewes Road are closed as police attend an incident believed to involve a gun near the Vogue Gyratory Sainsbury's Chris Murdock, of Upper Lewes Road, said: "I saw the police arrive at about 3pm out of my back window which looks onto the Vogue Gyratory.
There is severe disruption on the Brighton mainline this afternoon after a person was killed when hit by a train at Hassocks this afternoon.