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The Science of Fate by Hannah Critchlow

‘The Science of Fate’ and how to grow your brain

Why did I do that? Will my child avoid drugs? How can I stop eating too much? Can I avoid Alzheimer’s? Angela J. Phillip discusses the latest findings presented by neuroscientist Hannah Critchlow in her recently released book.

#YouToo by Candy Denman

#YouToo by Candy Denman – it’s sex and crime set in Hastings, out now!

Candy Denman, novelist and tv screenwriter, talks to Angela J. Phillip about Dr Jocasta (Jo) Hughes who drops into Porters Wine Bar and The Stag Inn as she unravels the case of the man with ‘a penchant for erotic auto-asphyxiation’.

Mammoth Quiz Book

Nick Holt, master quiz writer and landlord of the Stag Inn, talks to Angela J. Phillip about writing and running quizzes – and how it all started.

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Hastings Irish Society?

St Patrick’s Day is imminent and there is likely to be good craic (fun or merriment) at the Albion in Old Town (see details below). Irish people and those of Irish descent comprise a significant minority amongst Hastings’s multi-cultural population. In this article HOT’s

Folkfest art work by Cathy Simpson

Hastings Folk Festival

Put off those end of Jack in the Green blues! Following on from the May Day festivities, from 6 to 10 May, venues across Hastings Old Town will be participating in Folkfest, hosting four nights of Folk music performances. Grace Vogiatzis reports.

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Hastings Mardi Gras

Sean O’Shea talks to Bob Tipler of the Cajun Dawgs about his plans for developing the increasingly popular Hastings Fat Tuesday Festival (Mardi Gras), the origin of Cajun music and his band the Cajun Dawgs.

Posted 12:21 Sunday, Feb 2, 2014 In: SOS Tags: , , , ,
Cajun Dawgs live at the Stag Inn, Hastings

Bluegrass night

Hot columnist Sean O’Shea meets some of the musicians who play at the regular Bluegrass session held at the Stag Inn in Old Town, Hastings. He talks with them about the magic of Bluegrass and enquires why the banjo is still the butt of so many jokes.

Posted 12:24 Tuesday, Aug 20, 2013 In: SOS Tags: ,
Norman Race

Celebrating Norman Race

Norman Race, a well-known stalwart of the local community, left Hastings after Old Town Week last year (2012) and hasn’t been heard from since. A body was recently discovered in the New Forest which has been identified as Norman.

Posted 13:36 Sunday, Apr 14, 2013 In: SOS Tags: , , ,
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