Cereal Killer café

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RIP Britain's high streets. Stop bewailing them and think afresh | Toby Moses
Creativity and local government help could recreate jobs and community spirit, says Toby Moses, assistant editor on Guardian Opinion

Toby Moses

04, Jun, 2018 @8:00 AM

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Cereal Killer cafe: what will Birmingham make of its new hipster hangout?
The notorious Cereal Killer cafe became the focus of anti-gentrification riots in London last year, but now the bearded owners are taking their pricey bowls of rare cereal to England’s second city. How will Brummies react?

Stuart Jeffries

13, Oct, 2016 @12:49 PM

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The struggle is ce-real: how Kellogg’s killed the hipster breakfast trend
For $7.50 a bowl, the brand’s new cereal cafe is a last-ditch attempt to milk what’s left of the millennial trend that epitomizes gentrification and consumer culture

Arwa Mahdawi

05, Jul, 2016 @4:29 PM

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Belgrade's 'top-down' gentrification is far worse than any cereal cafe
The little slice of Dubai that is the elitist Belgrade Waterfront development has united a strong protest movement – against a foe that really deserves it

Aleks Eror

10, Dec, 2015 @8:34 AM

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Modern tribes: the anti-gentrification warrior
‘What do you want me to do, cry, because a pair of privileged, diabetes-inducing incomers got so much publicity for having to clean up spilled Sugar Puffs that they’ve practically been canonised?’

Catherine Bennett

17, Oct, 2015 @4:59 AM

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Should we still bother with street protests?
Recent demonstrations against Air France executives and London’s Cereal Killer Café turned ugly, but past marches have achieved great things. Or have they?

Ed Vulliamy and Anne McElvoy

10, Oct, 2015 @3:00 PM

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Gentrification doesn't have to be a dirty word for business
With the Cereal Killer Cafe in Shoreditch attacked by anti-gentrification protesters, what’s the reality of running a business in an up-and-coming area?

Kim Thomas

02, Oct, 2015 @8:27 AM

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Cereal Killer cafe is spreading joy – protesters should leave us alone | Alan Keery
The cafe gives customers a taste of fun and attracts tourists who benefit the whole area. Attacking us does nothing to help those suffering from poverty

Alan Keery

28, Sep, 2015 @3:32 PM

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