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Interview: ‘Black and white doesn’t really exist’

Interview: ‘Black and white doesn’t really exist’

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here LIKE fellow Yorkshireman David Peace, Chris Nickson’s fictional characters rub shoulders with historical figures but while Peace’s novels are often...

yesterday, 18:04 in Art & Culture
 
Editorial Britain's water crisis – the case for public ownership

Editorial Britain's water crisis – the case for public ownership

STARK warnings from Environment Agency chief executive Sir James Bevan that England could be unable to meet its water usage needs in 25 years should be the writing on the wall for the privatised model introduced when Margaret Thatcher privatised this...

yesterday, 17:53 in Art & Culture
 
Editorial Secure housing is a human right

Editorial Secure housing is a human right

NOTHING defines better the parasitic nature of capitalism than the rentier aspects of our economy in which a select few live — without the necessity of working — on the rent paid by the many. What makes this exploitative situation even more...

Monday, 18:46 in Art & Culture
 
Book Review: No Way But This: In search of Paul Robeson by Jeff Sparrow

Book Review: No Way But This: In search of Paul Robeson by Jeff Sparrow

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here No Way But This by Jeff Sparrow (Scribe, £9.99) IN NO Way But This, Jeff Sparrow recounts a personal pilgrimage from his native Australia to places...

Monday, 16:04 in Art & Culture
 

Album reviews with Ian Sinclair: March 18, 2019

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Iron & Wine Our Endless Numbered Days (Sub Pop) ★★★★ IN THE mid-2000s it was difficult to escape the sound and influence of US...

Monday, 16:04 in Art & Culture
 

Book Review: Civilisation by Regis Debray

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Civilisation by Regis Debray (Verso, £16.99) MARX’S maxim that “the ideas of the ruling class are in every epoch the ruling ideas, i.e. the class...

Monday, 16:04 in Art & Culture
 
Interview Kizzy Crawford: ‘I am part of two worlds, in both I will thrive’

Interview Kizzy Crawford: ‘I am part of two worlds, in both I will thrive’

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here The singer-songwriter tells Chris Searle what inspires her great new album Can Yr Adar (Birdsong) “WELSH, English and Barbadian — I have a...

Monday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Book Review: The Alt-right: What Everyone Needs to Know by George Hawley

Book Review: The Alt-right: What Everyone Needs to Know by George Hawley

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here The Alt-right: What Everyone Needs to Know George Hawley (Oxford University Press, $16.95) THE EXTREME right poses all too evident threats in Britain...

Monday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre review: Betrayal, Harold Pinter Theatre, London

Theatre review: Betrayal, Harold Pinter Theatre, London

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here WITH this offering, Jamie Lloyd conclusively proves himself the supremo when it comes to interpreting Harold Pinter’s plays. Having treated us for...

Monday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Book Review: Dreams of Leaving and Remaining by James Meek

Book Review: Dreams of Leaving and Remaining by James Meek

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Dreams of Leaving and Remaining by James Meek (Verso, £16.99) DO WE need more books about Brexit? Will they be trampled into the mud in the stampede...

Monday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 
Theatre Review: Blood Knot, Orange Tree Richmond-upon-Thames

Theatre Review: Blood Knot, Orange Tree Richmond-upon-Thames

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here SOUTH Africa, 1961. Morrie Pietersen (Nathan McMullen) and his half-brother Zach (Kalungi Ssebandeke) live together in the putrid shanty town of...

Monday, 15:22 in Art & Culture
 

Book Review Commodity by Photis Lysandrou

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Commodity: The Global Commodity System in the 21st Century by Photis Lysandrou (Routledge, £45) THIS short book adds materially to our understanding...

Monday, 14:12 in Art & Culture
 

Poetry on the Picketline We know who we are in a disfigured England

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here "You can'’ go back and change the beginning but you can start where you are and change the ending" — CS Lewis. We know that Brexit is a...

Monday, 14:12 in Art & Culture
 

Book Review: Telling the Mayflower Story by Danny Reilly and Steve Cushion

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Telling the Mayflower Story: Thanksgiving or Land Grabbing, Massacres and Slavery? by Danny Reilly and Steve Cushion (Socialist History Society, £4)...

Monday, 13:57 in Art & Culture
 

Jazz albums: Live at the Black Musicians' Conference, 1981

× You can read 19 more articles this month Please help support the Morning Star by subscribing here Marion Brown and Dave Burrell Live at the Black Musicians’ Conference, 1981 (NoBusiness) WOULD the founding pioneers of jazz in New Orleans at the...

Monday, 13:57 in Art & Culture
 
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