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Entries from August 2009

Revolt Chic (if you can’t beat it, recuperate it!)

December 24th, 2009 · posted by occupied london · marked as: Articles · resistance

Antonis from Occupied London writes about how the last December’s revolt has been recuperated by the very organisations and institutions that it was targeting. Alexis Grigoropoulos’s death becomes just another event for the corporate media to sell objects with. But… But perhaps, there’s still some glimmer of hope left on the streets?

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Everyday: A comic about everyday life

December 22nd, 2009 · posted by Eleanor Dunk · marked as: Articles

A comic about how this protagonist deals with the monotony of everyday life.

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The Vegetarian Myth

December 22nd, 2009 · posted by isy · marked as: Book reviews · Reviews

My first reaction to The Vegetarian Myth was – ah! this is the book I wanted to write (sort of). A radical approach to food, food production and eating from a vegan perspective (which turns out to be former vegan in this case, but nevertheless) that asks some difficult questions arising from some of the [...]

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Christmas Cookies

December 22nd, 2009 · posted by isy · marked as: DIY Guides · Food

German style vegan Christmas Cookies to scoff over the holidays.

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Things Are Meaning Less

December 21st, 2009 · posted by Lucas · marked as: Comic reviews · Reviews

Bottom line. This is great. It really connected with me on a personal level (which is why i enjoyed it so much!) but the meandering thoughts and subtle wit are good enough that anyone could pick it up and get something out of it. Trying to nail it to a genre, I guess it would [...]

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Copenhagen mobile updates

December 18th, 2009 · posted by anon · marked as: Articles · resistance

Over the last two weeks Last Hours has been making mobile updates from Copenhagen. We’ll be writing a full feature in the coming days, but for now, they give a flavour of some of what happened.

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Last chance to order LH books before xmas

December 16th, 2009 · posted by Edd · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

If you want to buy that rebel in your life a copy of Excessive Force of Diary of a Miscreant through Last Hours you’ll need to order by midday this Friday 18th August in time for Royal Mail to get it to you before Christmas. Go visit the Last Hours shop to place your order!
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London benefit for Greek comrades

December 15th, 2009 · posted by Edd · marked as: Blogs · Last Hours blog

It’s short notice, but some Londoners are putting on a benefit event in solidarity for people recently arrested at the Resalto social centre in Greece.
The antiauthoritarian centre Resalto in Athens was raided by the police on the evening of December 5th, as part of the ‘preventive’ strategy of the Greek state to repress any form [...]

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Nasty ends for nasty authoritarians

December 14th, 2009 · posted by Edd · marked as: Blogs · Hey Monkey Riot

Some images from a new little book/ zine thing I’ll publish in the new year. It’s part of a series of alternative kids books for adults to read; ‘ACAB (A copper acted badly)’ and ‘The politician who lost his voice’. I’ll have some early images from those up here later in the week I hope.

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Confessions of Lonely Londoner..or simply a moan

December 13th, 2009 · posted by chris 12-o-5 · marked as: Blogs · Prancer

A rental van, rented family members and a day spent in the steamy polluted airs of South London. My post-Austria life crammed into boxes, bags and crates. My new home in the organic oasis of East Dulwich echoed emptily as my brother and I lifted furniture up the narrow stairways and along the hall. I [...]

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