Stephen Pennell watches another two nights of Birmingham’s finest.
Although Villa lost 2-1 at home to Bournemouth, Dave Woodhall remains optimistic.
Blues went down 3-0 at Nottingham Forest, with Andy Munro still hopeful.
Strength of region’s venues, experiences and accommodation to be showcased.
Students asked to take time during GCSE results week.
Birmingham college bucks the national trend with A-level results.
Southside Cinema to screen end of summer classics.
First participants confirmed through the Birmingham Weekender in Digbeth Open Call.
Six days a week non-stop service from BHX.
Moseley Folk & Arts – two weeks to go.
First look: In rehearsals for Birmingham Hippodrome’s West Side Story.
Fundraisers share their own poignant memories.
Fun, ska and horse racing can be yours.
Richard Lutz tries to persuade his MP to turn his back on No Deal come October.
Nile Rodgers delivers surprise keynote speech to University songwriting network.
Worldwide search for parts of engineering history.
Grease is still the word for Aussie star.
Agency celebrates contract win by spending two weeks driving electric.
Hotel du Vin Birmingham reveals seven figure room refurbishment.
MP says more should be done to help refugees learn English.
Dame Julie Walters backs the Save Acorns Black Country Hospice Appeal.
Inaugural Chipping Norton Arts Festival launched.
Local community activist Abid Khan talks about working at what you enjoy.
Flatpack Projects brings free family screenings and craft workshops to the Mailbox.
Learn to stitch, sculpt and knot while you shop.
Start-up agency already needing extra staff.
Andy Munro on Blues’ week – cup defeat and a point in the league.
Villa went down 3-1 at Spurs with Dave Woodhall remaining on the bright side.
Funding enables job seeking initiative to be set up.
Gamers do good as Insomnia65 announces charity partners.
Two new rooms set to be unveiled later this month.