Monthly Archives: May 2013

Lincoln venues reviving the city’s music scene

The Platform and The Strait And Narrow are two recently-opened venues in Lincoln that are improving the music scene in the city. David Wriglesworth reports.

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Pheasants And Their Enemies swooping to Platform Live

Lincoln-based duo Pheasants And Their Enemies are on the line-up for “Platform Live” in June 2013. David Wriglesworth reports.

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The Freefall: ‘The support in Lincoln is great’

East Midlands-based trio The Freefall are regular performers on the Lincoln music scene. They spoke to David Wriglesworth about playing in the city.

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The Torn to tear up Lincoln Festival

Doncaster-based band The Torn are set to perform at Lincoln Festival in July 2013. Lead vocalist Damian Dalton Smith spoke to The Linc about the city.

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Elliott Morris: ‘People don’t value live music’

Lincolnshire-based Elliott Morris believes Lincoln’s music scene is “lively and healthy” but could be improved. David Wriglesworth reports.

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Controversial Facebook page rates people in the bedroom

A Facebook page which allows users to rate people in the bedroom has caused controversy. John Fernandez reports.

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The Linc Print Edition – May 2013

The May 2013 edition of The Linc is now available to read online and on campus.

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‘More Books’ closure causes more problems for students

The closure of the University of Lincoln GCW Library’s “More Book” service has been criticised by a number of students. John Fernandez reports.

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Alex the knight calls it a day

Sir Alex Ferguson retired as manager of Manchester United after 26 years at the club. Max Mclean reflects on his successful reign.

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Mancini’s departure ushers in City’s holistic revolution

Following Roberto Mancini’s departure from Manchester City, John Fernandez looks at where it all went wrong.

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