By Joe Cooper – Sports Editor A first-half header from Jack King saw Preston North End overcome managerless Bristol City in what finished as a bitter affair between the two League one sides. North End, […]
Campaigners UCLan Undressed claim they know how many staff from each school will be made redundant.
In this issue: Rugby Union in initiation scandal; Pluto meet The Feeling; Is Joe Hart good enough? and we road test cheap, microwave meals so you don’t have to.
A 76th minute strike from Colchester’s Luke Garbutt denied North End a third successive victory, after in-form Joe Garner gave PNE the lead on the stroke of half-time. In total, the hosts had 26 shots compared […]
Breathing new life into waste and kitsch objects is a contemporary issue for many artists and designers, but what are the benefits of utilizing old objects to create works of art?
The recent trending in installation and video art has overshadowed Tate Britain recently displayed works of five contemporary painters who they believe. The exhibition, Painting Now, sees the five artists taking a stand for their […]
“A naked artist, looking at his balls nailed to the Kremlin pavement, is a metaphor for the apathy, political indifference, and fatalism of contemporary Russian society.”
It’s that time of the year again when Oxheys Mill Studios invite entries for their winter exhibition.
Do Aliens exist? What would they look like if they did? Is it possible that there might just be a planet capable of sustaining life near our solar system?