Birmingham Airport (UK) and Chicago O’Hare International Airport (USA) have become Sister Airports to formalise a working relationship and commit to the development of new opportunities..
So what do we make of the current copyright regime? Join in the debate at The Ropewalk, 15-20 St. Paul’s Square, Birmingham
A refurbished 4,500 sq ft workspace has been unveiled at Birmingham Science Park. Designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs….
Artrix kicks off its Autumn music programme on Saturday, September 8th with the visit of Bromsgrove based band Virgil and The Accelerators supported by Albany Down.
The live music scene is looking up again in Bloxwich next month as Bookmark Theatre rings the changes with the return of those supreme exponents of Art & Soul and 1960s-inspired vibe – ‘DC Fontana’
Tammy Facey explores a quirky shop in Digbeth.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre opens its autumn season in style with brand new drama Fragile in B2 from Sat 8 to Sat 22 Sept, written by Coventry’s very own BAFTA award-winning writer, Geoff Thompson.
Andy Munro watches, and worries about, events at St Andrews.
Albion have had a successful week in two contrasting games. Terry Wills reports.
West Midlands Police will be on hand from next week to help children get to school safely.
Laurence Inman extols the joy of quality writing and film making.
The Birmingham Honey Show is returning to Martineau Gardens, a Community Garden, in Edgbaston, on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September, from 10am until 4pm.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is to stage a new musical called 20th Century Boy, all about glam rocker Marc Bolan and his band T. Rex.
On Tuesday 25 September The Public in West Bromwich will be launching three new classes for adult learners wanting to discover more about the world of art and digital media
Dave Woodhall turns up to Villa Park as it opens for 2012-13 business.
The University of Birmingham has appointed Lorraine Gaytten as the inaugural Director of Operations and Business Development for the new Birmingham Foundation Academy.
A social enterprise charity led by Coventry University has been working with Big Issue sellers in South Africa to help them develop new skills and access real work opportunities.
Savers at a leading regional building society have helped to donate more than £65,000 to Birmingham Children’s Hospital…
Local landmarks and classic cameras make for a great exhibition.
Ingrid Michaelson – US chanteuse tours Human Again album
Booker T Jones was at the Robin on Bank Holiday Monday. Dave Woodhall was watching.
Andy Munro on what’s going wrong at Blues, and how it should be put right.
Some legendary names and some who might be one day.
A run down of who’s lined up for the Birmingham Jazz Programme, Autumn 2012
Dave Woodhall discovers the hidden attractions of a Friday night in Lye.
The city’s #BigupBirmingham campaign continues to grow with new billboard posters appearing across the city yesterday (Friday 24th August).
FLIP Festival and Light House Media Centre have been successfully awarded Grants for the Arts funding
Andy Munro on Blues’ Wednesday, bloody Wednesday
Alan Clawley with a history lesson on Birmingham town planning and John Madin’s ’70s Birmingham Library