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Graduation year is probably one of the scariest moments in a students life. Talented and brave people surround you, trying to find their place in the industry. Exactly like you. In an art school, since the industry you’re getting into is even more complex and the creative minds are usually more developed, is probably even scarier.

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Last week saw the opening of the exhibition Interior-Shift at the old Stones Bakery in Falmouth. What, until recently was a popular but tiny bakery*, has now been renovated by a group of young artists in exchange for temporary use of the space.                         …

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It had been a pretty hectic day on the 11th of February as I was dashing through Falmouth, desperately trying not to be late for Headluv and Passman’s 9 pm start at the Townhouse. As it turns out I needn’t have worried: apparently, 9pm really means arrive around 9, chill for a bit and kick …

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Bringing a bit of the deep south to Cornwall, Falmouth’s new bar, Hillbilly’s, is the place to be for a night of music, moonshine, and madness. On a chilly Friday night, we paid a visit to Falmouth’s newest nightlife edition, Hillbilly’s. The American themed bar promises to offer ‘fresh food, strong cider, stronger Moonshine and …

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‘Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum’ is definitely what the doctor ordered in the pirate’s paradise that is Falmouth and what better place to sample a selection of the maritime favourite than ‘The Brig.’

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Rooted in the body, the past and in nature, the poems in Kaveh Akbar’s latest chapbook ‘Portrait of the Alcoholic’ are sincere and raw.

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