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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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‘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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An ode to the magic, humour and strangeness of ordinary life Inspired by her popular Twitter account, a new book by Miranda Keeling is full of observations about the quiet beauty of the everyday Arts Culture Society
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The artists bringing live music to people’s front doors Musicians in London are playing doorstep gigs to help tackle social isolation. Their most requested track? It’s by Bob Marley Arts Culture Society Wellbeing
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The artist touring the UK in an ice-cream van, to talk about grief With many people suffering losses during Covid, the Fandangoe Whip project aims to create a safe space to talk about grief Arts Body & Mind Lifestyle Society UK Wellbeing
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