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‘Syrians need this’: the kiosk helping a war-torn nation reconnect with literature Books have become a luxury that many Syrians can no longer afford. One man is on a mission to change that in the city of Tartus Arts Culture Society
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The underwater sculptures tackling illegal trawling A community in Italy has found a novel solution to illegal trawling: turning the seabed into an underwater museum  Arts Culture Environment
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Three good things: Summer festivals to connect you with nature A change from the usual festival hedonism, these gatherings use music, literature and wildlife to bring people together Arts Culture Environment
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‘It’s changed how the village feels’: the artists brightening up shop shutters A suburb in Manchester let artists loose on shop shutters and walls. Now it hopes to inspire other towns to do the same Arts Culture Society
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Can art save our high streets? In Yorkshire, it’s already happening When big retailers abandoned a town in England, locals got creative. Now its high street is anything but dead Arts Economics Society
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‘A celebration of human connection’: five reasons to attend Unearthed Festival Unearthed promises a break from typical festival hedonism. From tantra workshops to ideas sharing, here’s what to expect Written in partnership with Unearthed Festival
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