• My tenth Twitter birthday
    Pottering on tweb, reading about polyamory, watching 'Monsters, Inc', listening to flatmate watching 'Spinal Tap' — BristleKRS (@BristleKRS) June 16, 2007 That first tweet is, in its own modest sub-140 characters way, rather mid-noughties I was an enthusiastic early adopter of microblogging, and whilst Twitter was not – certainly in the early days – the best of its kind,* it reached user critical mass fastest, making it the ... more
    1 week ago
  • Worshipping Power?
    On Tuesday Bristol Anarchist Federation hosted a talk by Peter Gelderloos on the theories in his latest book Worshiping Power: An Anarchist View of Early State Formation.  We packed out Kebele with people eager to hear about it, we certainly weren’t disappointed. Our friends over in Bath also hosted a talk the following day after we got in touch with them, spreading a bit more anarchy to our gentile neighbour. ... more
    Bristol Anrachist Federation
    2 weeks ago
  • The Somme – From Both Sides Of The Wire
    Apologies for postponement from last month. The event details are now: Date: Mon 3rd July, 2017 Time: 8:00 pm Venue: The Cube, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2 8JD Price: £5/£4 Map & Directions: Tickets can be booked on the Cube website at,9377/ This BBC series, shown last year, used original research in German military archives […] ... more
    Real World War One
    2 weeks ago
  • Tories in Tatters – Fight for Socialist Policies!
    Initial statement from the Socialist Party:'Theresa Dismay', 'Gamble backfired'. These are the headlines today in the scurrilous Sun and Daily Mail, right-wing rags that have spent the whole election campaign raining down vicious attacks on Corbyn in the vain hope of a Tory landslide.On the day the general election was called the Socialist Party declared: "If Corbyn fights on a clear socialist programme - for a Brexit in the interests ... more
    Bristol Socialism
    2 weeks ago
    This is what crap management looks like Our new INEXPERIENCED and completely UNQUALIFIED parks boss, Gemma “Ctrl-v” Dando is off to a flying start. At the beginning of the year this idiot boss – who cut her teeth farting about with Neighbourhood Partnerships nowhere near any parks – unilaterally  announced from the comfort of her ‘flexible agile workspace’ in the Counts Louse that all overtime in the Parks Department must ... more
    3 weeks ago
  • A letter from an #NHS worker to every voter, delivered through every letter box. Can we make this happen?
      Dear Voter, This is likely to be the most important General Election of your lifetime. It should not just be about Brexit. It should not be about the characters of our party leaders and what they may or may not have said and done in the past. It should be about our country, the people who live in it and the institutions we need for its future to keep ... more
    Protect our NHS
    3 weeks ago
  • The Last Supper in Lima – Vegan Chorizo Pizza of Course
    And lo they came down from the Andean mountains…to smog afflicted Lima, and didn’t see the sun for three days. For our Last Supper in Lima we thought we’d do something non-traditional, without a single figure of catholic idolatry in sight. So we nipped along to our fave vegan cafe in Magdalena del Mar – the excellent ‘Sinfonia vegana‘ on Jr Junin, 685 (website and FB) – for a couple ... more
    Zero to thirty three
    4 weeks ago
  • Kefir soft cheese 
    Kefir cheese is a mind-blowing taste-tastic discovery. The freshest cheese I have ever tasted. And I brought it into being!  I am in awe I can make cheese. And such a digestible and delicious one at that. A soft cheese, it is dreamily delicious with olive oil, chopped fresh garlic and a tiny sprinkle of salt. Or try Annie’s recipe with pureed herbs. (Thank you, I will). Here is the daily kefir ... more
    Real Food Lover
    4 weeks ago
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  • Metford Road Community Orchard Open Day
    Metford Road Community Orchard is a small organic orchard based on permaculture principles. It will be open on Saturday 17th June, 12noon – 5pm, as part of North Bristol Get Growing Summer Open Days. With a stream at the bottom and numerous ponds, the orchard is teeming with wildlife in the summer. It has a compost loo and custom built gazebo-style oak shelter. There will be guided tours, tea and ... more
    Sustainable redland
    1 month ago



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  • My Life As A Courgette
    27/06/2017 17:30From its début in Director’s Fortnight at Cannes to winning audience awards at festivals around the world, this accomplished début feature... Read more »