James Cory-Wright looks down on beige, berates a Brexit mouse and wonders how the Tories have taken over public broadcasting. Our diarist also celebrates women’s football in Lewes, and makes a heartfelt admission over housework.
Author: James Cory-Wright
Bubble tea shops are popping up all over the place. I counted ten in Brighton. The bubble boom is boosted by social media; there are even bubble tea ‘influencers’ on social media platforms. So rather than die wondering, give it a try, even if it’ll probably be just the once. Before the bubble bursts.
James Cory-Wright revisits a cricketing mecca in a new book about Sussex’s County Ground; salutes a goal-scoring Lewes goalkeeper; and reflects on the fate of two Borises: Becker and Johnson.
James Cory-Wright takes a sideways look at the world, from graffiti in Berlin to loo breaks in Snowdonia. And just who are the real ‘gentle sex’?
James Cory-Wright takes a sideways look at the world, from fish to politicians to marketing gobble-de-gook. And let’s not ignore the petals.
“I know it’s March but I must say that February is always the longest month, despite Dudley, Eunice and Franklin’s best efforts to liven it up.”… Welcome to the first Sussex Bylines ‘digested month’ by James Cory-Wright