Meet The Ex-Marine Filling Streets Around Liverpool With Love

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Art can save lives. The world can be a pretty horrible place. In light of the recent terrorist attacks in Turkey and Brussels, never has it felt so dark. But,...

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A Love Letter To Woolton Picture House

by Independent Liverpool Published:

If those walls could talk… Woolton Cinema (also known as Woolton Picture House) has held a place in the people of Liverpool’s hearts since 1927. Not far off the incredible...

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The Leather Satchel Co – The Liverpool Success Story 50 Years In The Making

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Amongst the steely grey warehouse in Huyton, where all forms of business take place, there is a unassuming warehouse covered in drapes of leather about to blow out 50 candles....

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Take A Look Inside Ogden’s Tobacco Factory Before It Is Converted Into Apartments

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Once bustling with business and people, this beautiful 19th century building will be partially demolished tomorrow. Built in 1899, the Ogden’s Imperial Tobacco office block is designated Grade II-listed because...

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A Moment With The Women’s Organisation – Reflecting On The Last 20 Years

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Happy International Women’s Day: the day on the calendar we globally appreciate what local women do. As great as this day is, we put events like this under the ‘bathing’...

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Unearthed: Budding Communal Garden Project To Help Young People Bloom

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Plans for a new community garden and allotment for young people aged 14-19 who are not in education, employment or training have been revealed, and everyone in Liverpool has the...

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The Kazimier Might Be No More, But Kazimier Garden Is Here To Stay

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The Kazimier is a casualty in Liverpool’s music scene that is still painful to discuss. The Kaz remind us that DIY music venues are about non conformity. It was fuelled...

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Nordic Church Gets The Secret Diners Club Treatment

by Independent Liverpool Published:

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

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From Loose Change To Real Change – How Liverpool Is Coming Together To Fight Homelessness

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Whilst pockets of the UK board up abandoned buildings, put spikes on floors and legislation gets debated about fining the homeless, it can sometimes feel like we’re losing this battle with...

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Dafna’s Cheesecake Factory – 38 Years Of Serving You

by Independent Liverpool Published:

“I like to think I’m giving the community a little bit of pleasure” Smithdown Road is home to an assortment of things. There’s estate agents, hairdressers, pubs, burrito shacks and...

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Duke Street Bazaar – A Vital Retail Space For Independents

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Amid some amazing restaurants, beautiful abandoned buildings, gin bars and a strip club, there’s a small unassuming shop with the whole heart of Liverpool on Duke Street. Nine businesses occupy...

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28 Things You Need To Know Before Dating A Scouser

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Scousers – we’re a loveable bunch. Residents of every city have their quirks – and Scousers are no exception. From our language oddities and humour to our love of proper food, our excellent music...

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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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