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Sarah Evans from Brighton has launched a Crowdfunder campaign to raise £2,500 for breast cancer awareness charity, CoppaFeel!.
My Baby was born in the small hours of a red moonlit night in Amsterdam in 2012. Brother and sister Joost and Cato van Dijck fused their futures and blended their souls with accomplished slide and blues guitar player Daniel de Vries.
Brighton's Martlets Hospice is urging men across the City to sign up and take part in a thirteen mile sponsored walk along the Sussex coast. later this month.
Brighton Digital Festival, the UK's largest celebration of digital culture, came to a close following a record-breaking fifth year. 
Noel Fielding, best known for playing Vince Noir in The Mighty Boosh, is proud to have retained his child-like view of the world.
The first ever trans needs assessment in Brighton and Hove has found the city is trans-friendly but that discrimination, abuse and isolation is still a problem.
Brighton cyclist Peter Colmer battled hills, saddle sores and blisters to raise just under £2,000 for the YMCA DownsLink Group. 
Martlets Hospice have announced their Top Secret Art Project - an exciting exhibition and auction of original A5 sized art produced by celebrities, professional and amateur artists.
Teams from BBC Radio 3’s Live in Concert and Early Music Show will be in Brighton this autumn to record three concerts taking place as part of Brighton Early Music Festival, for broadcast in November.
A tonne of clothing donated by Cancer Research UK arrives at Brighton Open Market for three days of free public events and workshops around clothing sustainability.
Five-piece Eliza and the Bear unveil new single Lion's Heart and announce the release of their eponymously-titled debut album, as well as a forthcoming date in Brighton.
Thirty years ago, photographer, Jamie Morgan with his friend and collaborator, Ray Petrishowed up at the offices of street culture magazine, The Face, with a new editorial.
James Acaster, who brings his hit Edinburgh Fringe comedy show ‘Represent' to Brighton next month, has quickly established himself as one of the most distinctive and brilliant young comedians of his generation. 
What would you say if you could leave a message for yourself from an imagined new world?

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