A change in Inertia? by William Gleeson by William Gleeson

We could see eight-foot waves crashing across the entire coast from the top level of the NeW Space building. The rocks propelled the crushed sea water another 12 foot into the sky. Liam explained to me there was a very strong current dragging huge amounts of water towards Stockton, creating some big waves in the harbour.

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Morgana Osaki, By Ryan Williams by Ryan Williams

Back in February, I saw Morgana play for the first time at the Cambridge for her part in the last Banshee Collective event (which was very good by the way). I hadn’t seen anything like it before. A two-piece harpist + Ableton touch pad​​​​​​​ and turntable setup mixing samples with live instruments. I was completely blown away. And not just because my girlfriend put on the gig (which was very good).

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Influence-her: Jessica Ross Photography By Kian West by Kian West

Catching up one morning at Whitebridge’s Pegs Café between juggling child drop-off and collection, I sat down for a coffee and a chat with Jessica Ross about her photography craft – and, as it turned out, a little bit about moving to Newcastle, discovering the city as a new resident and with a new family. Let’s make sure she feels welcome in our city.

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Winter Live: Unplugged Showcase - Ayla Kaan by Hannah Stretton

No stranger to the stage, Ayla Kaan, is set to fire up the stage for Winter Live: Unplugged with a performance full of favourites plus a few originals of her own. Kaan will be bringing her friendly presence to Doppelgänger Kitchen from 3:30pm on the weekend and we hope to see your bright and smiley faces there too. 

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