Ahead of Hay Castle's grand opening to the public for the first time in 900 years, Exectutive Director Tom True gave us a look round this unique heritage project.
Beautifully bound in a thick, matt-textured hardback, Rivers Of Wales is a delight to hold as well as read, with extremely high production values.
With Goodsheds delivering both quality and variety, Barry is fast gaining a reputation for more than just fish and chips.
All things told, it’s obvious why La Cuina is the sort of local independent restaurant bustling with contented diners on a Saturday night.
With festival season now underway in Wales, Buzz presents our comprehensive guide to the array of weekenders, all-dayers and general rave-ups across Wales in 2022.
Ticket to Ride from BikePark Wales opens up the sport to all in an easy and accessible way.
Wales is lacking Elysiums for geeks, gamers and fans. Luckily, Ricky Webber, Adam Wilmot and Simon Kendrick have managed to work together to sate our hunger, creating Swansea Comic & Gaming Convention.
Alex Gooch has gone from strength to strength, but his new fully-fledged café with indoor seating in Cardiff takes his baking to another level.
Ray Mears is once again stepping out of the screen and going on tour, titled We Are Nature - which includes dates in Aberystwyth and Brecon.
Laura Fedeli speaks to the people who’ve kept small Welsh venues running, through the good and bad times, and finds out how they did it as restrictions took over.
Ahead of the Welsh Masters, Hannah Collins spoke to Esports Wales' Founder John Jackson about the tournament, as well as the future of competitive gaming in Wales.
Thanks to the pandemic, any mention of an online quiz and we all run to the hills, screaming “no!” Here, though, you’ve got no choice, given one of your fellow contestant is a murderer.
A welcome antidote to the spread of Taco Bell, La Pantera proudly proclaims to be the “home of the unauthentic taco” in Cardiff.
Taking place on 29 March, Climate Clash Cymru is an event dedicated to innovations in live music for tackling the climate crisis.
The winter months can work against our wellbeing plans; spring, though, is a special time to rejuvenate and get into the swing of things.
Hannah Collins speaks to the women who founded EISA Tea Co and Jenipher’s Coffi, who offer a more ethically conscious alternative in a hot drink industry where backgrounds are frequently murky.
SUPER FURRY ANIMALS release unheard track from the archives feat. Rhys Ifans in support of SAVE THE SEVERN Campaign
SFA: Left in band archives for almost thirty years, the Bandcamp-only, one-week release emerges in support of the Save The Severn campaign
Led by Michael Sheen's Margins to Mainstream, there are a whole of host St. David's Day celebrations - new and old - occuring across Wales this week (and month).
“Band-based spaces can be very male, white, straight and cis” – the Cardiff music workshop platforming inclusivity
Launching this month, Pitch In Cardiff is a music workshop scheme centered around making more room in the "stale male" band scene for marginalised people.
10Adventures' Richard Campbell explains why Pen Y Fan is one of the best walks in Wales you can do - whether you're an ambitious hiker, Insta addict... or both.
Arthouse political critque Taming the Garden is a strange, sometimes frustrating film about one man’s arrogant determination to shape his environment.
From “Roman” steps to 80s postpunk, Anhrefn's Rhys Mwyn will make you keen to explore the northwest of Wales in new travel book, Real Gwynedd.
Emily Edwards checks out a Cardiff Hair Salon who have embraced manicures during lockdown, not only as part of their beauty menu - but as a wellbeing treatment for locals.