Monday, June 27, 2022
Stage set up in Sneinton Market

Green Hustle: Inside Nottingham’s first sustainability focused festival

Sneinton Market played host to Green Hustle Festival – the greener sister of Hockley Hustle. Lucy Robinson took a look inside the event “Has anyone...

NFTs: What are they and why they are a threat to the environment

Non-fungible tokens have changed the traditional rules of the art world. Many still don't know what they are or how they impact climate change....
Influencers and Female Pleasure CBJ Magazine

Influencers and sex toys: promoting pleasure or pursuing a paycheque?

"Well I’ve got something special to keep you entertained this lockdown … #ad"  Influencers dominate our social media channels - from fashion to fragrance, curling...

Artist explores ‘mad’ women in life and literature at Nottingham’s Lace Market Gallery

The portrayal of women who have been labelled ‘mad’ by society is explored in an exhibition at the Lace Market Gallery. Denise Weston’s exhibition, Women of...

Interview: From counsel to critic – Helen O’Hara, Empire’s editor-at-large

Former legal eagle and now Empire magazine’s editor-at-large, Helen O’Hara tells George White about her motivation to swap real-life killers on Death Row for...
Becky Burgum October 2020

Interview: “As a writer I get to lift people’s voices” – Becky Burgum, features assistant at ELLE

Becky Burgum is only 26 and she has already achieved so much. She is the features assistant at ELLE, founder of Galchester and one of...

How sustainable are the UK’s biggest retailers?

With consumers increasingly focused on sustainability, many of the UK's leading supermarkets are trying to become more eco-friendly. Dominic Challis investigates their green credentials Tesco Tesco...

Platinum Jubilee: Eat, drink and make bunting!

With the Platinum Jubilee mere days away, CBJMagazine is here to guide you through the essentials for any royal-themed event you might be attending.

‘People should not be penalised for working’ – Universal Credit criticised for ‘failing people with disabilities’

With 52.7% of disabled people in employment compared to 81% of non-disabled people. Organisation research says that “many disabled people are worse off working than not working.”
Deckchair Barbers Storefront

Cave City 2019: What lies beneath Deckchair barbers?

Deckchair Barbering and Hairdressing hides an unexpected secret. Located below rows of hairdressing chairs, mountains of hair gel and an old school jukebox...