Monthly Archives: March 2012

Exeter Street Hall

Exeter Street Hall

Anyone who lives in the Port Hall/Prestonville area of Brighton will know that Exeter Street Hall recently went up for sale. After originally being sold to an anonymous bidder living in Newhaven, local residents set up a vociferous campaign to … Continue reading →

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Brighton Book Club at Aubin & Wills

Brighton Book Club

Head to Aubin & Wills this Thursday for the launch of Brighton Book Club. Held on the last Thursday of every other month, literary lovers can get together and join in with some high-brow literary discussion. First up on the … Continue reading →

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ShopWatch: Castor+Pollux

ShopWatch: Castor+Pollux

ShopWatch is a regular feature looking at inspirational Brighton shops. Owners share the secrets of their success and give Brighton Starling an insight into what works and why. Castor+Pollux is a shop and gallery located on Brighton seafront. It sells … Continue reading →

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Vintage Vacations, Isle of Wight

Vintage Vacations, Isle of Wight

After a particularly dismal camping trip to Cornwall last August we swore we’d never camp again. That was, until Vintage Vacations came along. It’s still camping, yes, but somehow the thought of snuggling up in a vintage Airstream caravan under … Continue reading →

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MyBrighton: Ben Mckellar, Gingerman Group

MyBrighton: Ben Mckellar

MyBrighton is a regular feature profiling interesting Brighton residents, finding out where they go to relax, eat, drink and shop. Its aim is to uncover secret hideouts and hidden gems that every Brightonian should know about. Ben Mckellar and his … Continue reading →

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Lovely Lewes

Lovely Lewes

Just 15 minutes away from Brighton by train, Lewes is an atmospheric market town that’s well worth a visit. Nestling at the foot of the South Downs, the town is home to the now legendary Bill’s Café, Harveys Brewery, antique … Continue reading →

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Sun Soaked Terraces

Sun Soaked Terraces

No sooner does the sun come out that our thoughts turn to long days spent drinking in the sunshine. So where are the best al fresco drinking spots in the city? Find out here. Setting Sun As the name might … Continue reading →

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Brighton Street Art – part II

Brighton Street Art

You can’t get away from Cassette Lord at the moment. Look at any green telephone box on a Brighton street corner and chances are, his graffiti will be on one of them. We’ve spotted his prints in Art Republic too, … Continue reading →

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Thank You Nila Aye

Thank You Nila Aye

A big thank you to Nila Aye for creating the identity for Brighton Starling. Nila is a Brighton-based illustrator who has worked with clients including, You, InStyle, Brides, Sainsbury’s, Hodder, Random House, Paperchase and Marks & Spencer. Below are some … Continue reading →

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Love Your Mum

Love Your Mum

Lacking inspiration for Mother’s Day? Look no further than Brighton Starling’s guide to the day. EAT Get yourself down to Hove and grab a table at Treacle & Co, the perfect mother-daughter hangout. Daily specials at this cafe include soups, … Continue reading →

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Brighton Street Art – part I

Brighton Street Art

Loving this street art we stumbled across the other day … more to come as we snap it.

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