Ah, the awkward second album. If January is the month for quiet contemplation, February is when the world peeks out from under the eaves to survey the sky.
There was controversy at the Oscars but there were no complaints at an awards ceremony closer to home. The Brighton’s Best Restaurants Awards rightly recognised Cin Cin’s contribution to the local scene with no fewer than three awards: Best Welcome, Highest New Entry and 6th Best Restaurant.
We’re delighted for David, Fabrizio and Jamie, and the awards serve as testament to their hard work before and since the launch of their bar and kitchen back in November. You can read about what the team at Cin Cin made of it on their website.
We spent much of February helping Sussex Cricket prepare to launch tickets for this season’s NatWest T20 Blast. Tickets are on sale now, so you can plan your summer of cricket and admire our lovely artwork while you’re at it.
Around these parts, February saw the continuation of our What’s Your Story? series, in which we chatted to the lovely Livv at Dopple Press. The next edition is due this week, so keep refreshing your social media feeds so you can read it the second it drops.
Dave took a wander around Robin Hood Gardens and looked back to a time when a lack of social housing actually resulted in the construction of more social housing. Somewhere along the way the ideals that the Gardens were intended to represent disappeared beneath the waves of social change, leaving a corroding shrine to good intentions.