The Lyceum – Its Future, Your Ideas

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The Lyceum on Bold Street was once a Gentlemen’s club as well as the first lending library in Europe. The Neo-classical building was built in the years 1800-1802 and was...

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Bold Street Is About To Become Electric

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Can you feel the electricity? Whilst change is scary, it is also inevitable. In our lifetimes we will all bid farewell to places we hold dear to our heart. Places...

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40 Things You’ll Only Understand If You Lived In Liverpool In The 90’s

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Nostalgia – it’s a wonderful thing isn’t it? So often we’re all looking forward. Planning the next quarter, our next holiday or our next career path. Sometimes, it’s good to...

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There’s A Scouser Travelling The World Eating Pizza

by Independent Liverpool Published:

One local scouser is using his passport to find the perfect pizza. They say travel broadens the mind. Soaking up different cultures, embracing new sights and mixing with various people...

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Meet Liverpool’s Latest Coffee Shops And Roasters

by Independent Liverpool Published:

We take our coffee seriously and with a dash of milk. We get up, we get ready and we all find ways to get through the day. We find happiness...

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Small Music Venues Need Us

by Independent Liverpool Published:

We know it feels like every other day there is a national appreciation of something. There was even one about eggs the other month – don’t get us wrong, we...

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Meet The Maker – Liverpool’s Leather Craftsman

by Independent Liverpool Published:

If something is worth doing, it’s worth doing well. A sentiment that runs through the blood of Rawhide Custom, a venture in leather born in the back streets of Liverpool...

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Meet The Guy Adding Hilarious Scouse Twists To Famous Quotes

by Independent Liverpool Published:

“I thought – at most – I’d get a core of fellow softarses following the page, but it seems to have appeal with all kinds of people.” You can sometimes...

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The 96 Best Moments Of 2015 In Liverpool

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Sometimes you have to look back to see how far you’ve come. 2015 was a good year for Liverpool. It was the year we all became craft-beer supping, burger devouring...

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Liverpool’s Brewin’ Up A Storm

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Beer fans, hold on to your glasses. 2015 was a good year for craft beer and it’s about to get a whole lot better. Opening in Liverpool’s Baltic Triangle this...

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5 Years Of Leafing It Up

by Independent Liverpool Published:

“In school I had my very, very first business selling trolls and rubbers… until I got caught. I used to take orders for different coloured haired trolls and then go...

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A Beautiful Idea For North Liverpool

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Ask now what can your community do for you, ask what you can do for your community.  Metal shutters over shops, derelict buildings, two football grounds and a workforce forced...

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One Man’s Peanut Butter Is Taking Over Merseyside

by Independent Liverpool Published:

There is nothing peanut butter and a big spoon can’t fix. You either like peanut butter or you’re wrong. Actually, you might be allergic to it in which case, you’re...

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Love At First Slice – Meet Liverpool’s Five New Pizza Places

by Independent Liverpool Published:

We’re going to need some bigger pants. Pizza, however you like it, is basically circular happiness. Even the sight of pizza makes us feel all gooey inside like the cheese...

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This Video Of Liverpool In The 60’s Is Absolutely Incredible

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Liverpool’s always been swinging but from the looks of this video, it was never more apparent than in the 60’s. We’ve all got a favourite decade and we’ve all got...

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Meet The Guy Drawing People In Cafes On His Phone

by Independent Liverpool Published:

There’s a guy in Liverpool spending his lunch hours sketching strangers in coffee shops. We get up, we get ready and we all find different ways to get through the...

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Buyers Club – Step Inside Liverpool’s New Exciting Space

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Now you might associate Hardman Street with a beloved chicken shop and a club you’re only aware you’ve entered when you see the stamp on your hand the next day...

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Liverpool At Night

by Independent Liverpool Published:

As the night draws in later than before, a new Liverpool reveals itself at night. A beautiful, lamp post lit city that is calm, tranquil and completely different. Whilst the...

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Meet The Cycling Scouser

by Independent Liverpool Published:

One man, one bike and one tent will travel from Shanghai to Liverpool to raise money for blood cancer. Andrew Rogerson, is a 29 year old Liverpudlian with an affinity...

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A Liverpool Banksy Has Got The Whole City Talking

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Graffiti is like marmite, you either love it or you hate it. Some see it as art, some see it as vandalism and hardly anyone is indifferent to it. We’re...

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Liverpool’s Secret Dining Club Is Changing The Way We Dine

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Three lads fed up with the current and conventional way of dining could change Liverpool’s food scene for good. So often the city is spoken about in the same breath...

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The Real Junk Food Café

by Independent Liverpool Published:

It is time to talk junk. When we say the word junk food to you, what does it mean? Do you think of a pack of Oreos with a laughable...

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Granby Four Streets – A True Liverpool Story

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Liverpool city – where everyone has a story. Liverpool is well known for its characters. From taxi drivers to strangers at a bar, you’ll come across some interesting folk down...

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Meet The Daily Sketcher

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Not all superheroes wear capes. The daily commute is a horrendous yet necessary evil of modern day life. Busy buses, treacherous trains and talking taxi drivers; getting to work can...

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