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  • The riot resulted from increasing tensions between the retail giant and the quirky community of Stokes Croft, where the majority of residents were vehemently opposed to the opening of the store, believing that it threatens local shops and risks wrecking the character of the area, which is dubbed "Bristol's cultural quarter".

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  • "It's not like Terryville," said Sanderson, referring to Bristol's quiet neighbor to the west.

    Bristol Doesn't Go by the Book

  • This "in conversation" gig alongside Cryer looks set to be a highlight of Bristol's annual celebration of slapstick comedy, which concludes on Sunday.

    This week's new comedy

  • As the sound systems of London's Soul II Soul and Bristol's Wild Bunch clashed in St Barnabas crypt in Bristol on New Year's Eve, the influence of Kingston and the Bronx on music made in British cities was becoming ever more apparent.

    Soul II Soul v the Wild Bunch

  • The cost of Bristol's involvement has been a fraction of what other social marketing campaigns cost, some of which spend tens of millions of taxpayers' money each year.

    Neil Cole: Bristol Palin: One Billion Media Impressions... and Counting

  • Bristol's work -- which has included two television PSAs, one viral video, multiple print PSAs, two town hall meetings, and six television interviews -- has resulted in more than ONE BILLION media impressions.

    Neil Cole: Bristol Palin: One Billion Media Impressions... and Counting

  • The new Bear Family set will no doubt be a boon to Bristol's understandable promotion of itself as 'The Birthplace of Country Music.

    Country's Big Bang, Revisited

  • Many of us half-joked that Obama's win was also Bristol's win.

    What Should Sarah Palin Do?

  • The data in that setting were the basis of Bristol's application.

    Two Melanoma Drugs Prolong Survival for Some Patients

  • Bristol's head of cancer research, Dr. Renzo Canetta, told analysts at the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference in Chicago that Yervoy's success shows such targeted immune therapies will become a standard part of cancer treatment.

    Bristol-Myers pitches its cancer medicine pipeline

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