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LGBT Faves - August 2017
Even though Pride Month was in June, I’ve decided to try compiling some of my recent LGBT Faves and spread some of the love and pride that people (LGBT or not) are putting out there with their LGBT related stuff!
Kettle Mag: Rae Coppola
7 top picks for Bingley Music Live
Bingley Music Live is returning to Bradford with a line up that's been labelled, "The strongest in the festival's history." Find out who Kettle entertainment reporter Rae Coppola thinks is worth a watch.
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GLOW Season One Review: Girl Power, '80s Hair and Pile-driving!
Leah Walker reviews season one of the Netflix show GLOW and tells us why she thinks it's a girl power-filled success.
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Remembering Sir Bruce Forsyth
TV editor Tayler Finnegan looks at the illustrious career of gameshow king Bruce Forsyth, who has died aged 89.
Why ditching The Pill was the best thing for me
In 2016, nearly 50% of British women were documented as using some sort of oral contraceptive pill. Charlie Bradford-Gibbs explains why coming off artificial contraception was the best choice she made.
Fire and Fury
A hurried skim examining of Trump's rise to power
Tramlines Festival
Tramlines 2017 Review
It's done and dusted now but the 9th edition of Tramlines festival transformed Sheffield yet another year and made sure to go out with a bang.
girl, short story, literature, creative writing, Gillen Reid, Kettle Mag
A Girl
Gillen Reid shares a short story with Kettle readers, titled 'A Girl'.
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Poker
In our creative column, Gillen Reid shares a poem on poker.
uk, media, ownership, independent, news, Cameron Ridgway, Kettle Mag
The obscurity of UK media ownership
Media editor Cameron Ridgway considers the wider implications of the purchase of a large stake in the Independent by a Saudi investor.