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Partisan Coffee House Exhibition published 10/05/2017

5 to 27 May 2017 Four Corners Gallery, 121 Roman Road, Bethnal Green, London E2 0QN Free entrance: Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-6pm The fascinating story of this New Left coffee house, founded by Raphael Samuel alongside Stuart Hall and others. The exhibition includes previously unseen photographs by renowned documentary photographer Roger Mayne, alongside archive material, film clips […]

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In Memoriam: Peter Kivy (1934-2017) published 07/05/2017

Peter Kivy was a leading figure in aesthetics and taught for many years at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, where he was emeritus. He was interviewed as part of the End Times series for at 3:AM An extract: ‘But, lo and behold, when we enter the realm of philosophy of literature, we discover that we do […]

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Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class published 05/05/2017

Know Your Place: Essays on the Working Class by the Working Class is crowdfunding on Kickstarter now. In less than three days it has overtaken the halfway mark of Dead Ink’s target. The book asks various working class writers to reflect on aspects of their lived experience as it relates to the UK’s class system. […]

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3:AM / Facebook published

We’ve started to spread the word and so it’s of course worth mentioning here that 3:AM Magazine is back on Facebook. Visit our page, like it, comment, tell us what you think of us, share our content, whatever – do your worst.

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‘Glory Boys Go Global’ published 30/04/2017

The new edition of Street Sounds (co-edited by Paul Hallam) is out now and available to call your own. Other than cover stars Secret Affair, this issue’s roll-call consists of Steve Diggle, Animal of the Anti-Nowhere League, Slaughter and the Dogs, Red Alert and Jenny Woo (pictured), as well as features on the London International Ska Fest, […]

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Live at the Roxy published 10/04/2017

Related: 2016 interview with Andy Czezowski

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Four By Four Interviews on Aesthetics published 09/04/2017

Four Interviews on Aesthetics The four interviews collected in this volume were done in an attempt to understand the value of art and to foreground its importance. four by three magazine editors Christine Jakobson and Bernard Hay have spoken with leading philosophers Paul Guyer and Andrew Bowie, as well as with Palme d’Or winning director […]

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Berlin Bodies at the Whitechapel published 06/04/2017

Stephen Barber‘s Berlin Bodies: Anatomizing the Streets of the City (Reaktion) examines how people have interacted with the streets, buildings, squares and spaces of the German capital, from riots and ruins to nightclubs, architectural experiments, citywide spectacles, film, art and performances, all of which have affected the structure of the city and the people who […]

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Are Bohemians Doomed? published 30/03/2017

A Sohemian Society event The Wheatsheaf, 25 Rathbone Place, North Soho, London W1 Wednesday April 12, 7.30pm Entrance fee: £5 Peter York, in conversation with Cathi Unsworth, will consider some of the pressing issues of our day. He will ask whether Bohemians are doomed? Whether Hipsters are completely content-free? And whether the entire Sloane world […]

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3:AM Asia: Project Godie event, Tokyo published 28/03/2017

Friday May 19, from 19.30 Art & Space Cococara, 202 Kudo building, 2-Chome-27-20, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062  Admission: Y500 (includes one drink) Project Godie, a multi-platform heritage programme celebrating the North East of England’s strong historic links to Japan through dance, music, film and literature, arrives in Tokyo with this launch event. As part of […]

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