An intimate tour of one writer's home town, one drinking ground-slash-romantic landscape at a time.
Filmmaker Nathan Jennings on the history and influence of the Newport venue that hosted enough wild moments to fill a book.
This sticky-fingered carb fan was dressed as a giant Heineken bottle.
We also had a chat with lead singer Tali Källström about South Wales, politics, and screamo bollocks.
As Wales’ steelworks close, entrepreneurs are finding new uses for old industrial structures—including Susan Fiander-Woodhouse, who keeps 20-kilogram metal cases of cheese at the bottom of a Blaenafon mineshaft.
Daragh Soden spent the months ahead of the EU referendum hanging out with Newport's young men.
Thanks to waves of immigration from Italy in the early 19th century, Wales developed a strong Italian community with its own cafes and restaurants. “There used to be as many as five on the same street,” explains Cardiff University’s Bruna Chezzi.
The gravestones belonged to three kids, aged 11 months to four years, and were used as patio stones and wall plaques.
South Wales’ Gower region teams with wild garlic, sea snails, and wood sorrel: all useful (and surprisingly tasty) sources of sustenance in case of zombie attack.
Charmaine Wilson created a fake birth certificate, a fraudulent DNA test, and then "borrowed" a toddler from a friend in order to convince some guy she had slept with once to stay with her.