Dave Woodhall reports on the weekend’s boxing action.
Howard Elston answers all your queries regarding that finger snapping pop and beat combo The Rolling Stones after their groovy music bash-aroonie in Somerset.
So, the Stones at Glasto. How was it for you, Richard Lutz asks
Steve Beauchampé happened on The Strypes when they played The Slayed Rumz, Wolverhampton, last Thursday and believes they reclaim rock and roll for the talent-show generation.
The Friends of Moseley Road Baths have published their book about the history of Moseley Road Baths
Birmingham in black and white: last day of exhibition
Do you look at the others or do you look at yourself? Asks Gordon.
Government plans revealed today for the introduction of a National Pollinator Strategy to tackle the rapid decline of Britain’s bees and other pollinating insects have been given a cautious welcome by Friends of the Earth.
Who’d have thought archaeology and knitting would knit one, pearl one
Birmingham based Save the Children volunteer, Emily Davies, will this week be flying out to Liberia, West Africa, to see how some of the money the charity has raised is being used to save lives.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has announced that a further 22 shows will be on sale from Mon 1 July
Help save lives by donating to our charity, AMMALIFE, in this summer’s Big Give
School pupils from Warwickshire and beyond have been running DNA profiles in ‘crime scene investigation’ style workshops taking place at Coventry University.
Marks and Spencer has today called on the Government to create a Bee Action Plan.
Boy George – This Is What I Do (live) Tour 2013 at Glee Club Birmingham
Swedish artist transforms Digbeth based art gallery into a maze of glittering metal.
The English Curry Awards are returning once again to showcase the best curries England has to offer.
Northern Soul lovers can get back on the dance floor when a Birmingham venue hosts original Wigan Casino DJs for a night of music nostalgia.
Boys and girls from Solihull School enjoyed a date with Royalty when they were invited to the official opening of the new Marie Curie Hospice in Solihull.
The Doors Alive, widely regarded as the most enthralling representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods, are playing at Artrix
Roy Forbes and the Brian Dee Quartet perform The Unforgettable Nat King Cole at The Public
Loyal ex-teacher Roland Holland celebrated the 30th anniversary of handing out a special trophy for talented musicians at Aldridge School.
Companies across the West Midlands have received a major boost this week with the merger of two of the region’s leading business support providers.
Worldwide music sensation Hamish Stuart is set to make his second appearance at Birmingham’s Jam House on Thursday 4 July with The Hamish Stuart band.
Laurence Inman rather warms to New Jersey’s finest export.
Our sports supremo HOWARD ELSTON (DOA) reports on a new move by defeated Spanish tennis ace Rafael Nadal.
From tantric Buddhist interpretation to disco-funk humping, Martin Longley gets down in NYC clubland. And, er, a museum of Himalayan art.
Blues talent Chantel McGregor talks to Dave Woodhall.
Rainbow Voices Choir present a summer concert of songs themed around the feeling of love.
All the attention today is on the future of Birmingham International Airport but it’s interesting to reflect on its past when it was known just as Elmdon Airport, writes Alan Clawley.