What future for the Central Library? wonders Alan Clawley.
Visit Birmingham to promote city through mass collaboration with photographers at social media event.
The national anthem is a national embarrassment and we should commission a replacement, says Steve Beauchampé.
Film, comedy and theatre.
Help for small businesses seking expansion finance.
On your marks for Great Birmingham Run.
Villa lost at home on Saturday, for a change. Dave Woodhall comments.
Innovation Birmingham signs Memorandum of Understanding with Toronto’s Digital Media Zone.
Sir Howard Elston (DOA) checks out the weird and wonderful tale about the Rt Hon David Cameron and a piggiem
Andy Munro watches as Blues get an impressive draw at Ipswich
Peaky Blinders set to appear at Style Birmingham Live.
Recognition for new opener.
Birmingham Jazz to stage concert by prime local talent.
Julian Lloyd Webber introduces first events under his direction.
Let’s go back to the swinging sixties with O’Toole and Hepburn, says Richard Lutz.
Bournville employee cycles 960 miles to raise funds for British Paralympic Association.
David Parker looks at the leading candidates to become the CBSO’s new music director.
Personal best aim for regular city runner.
Iconic department store puts spotlight on anniversary.
Forward – A Film for Birmingham unveiled ahead of flagship shop launch a week today.
Meera Syal’s much-loved novel bursts onto the stage.
Keep fit at work – and raise money for a good cause.
Extra services for Rugby World Cup games.
Disco returns to Moseley Dance Centre.
Richard Lutz checks out David Cameron during the new friendly Prime Minister’s Questions in Parliament.
Terry Wills on Albion’s latest and next matches.
Andy Munro watches Blues finally lose.
Day-long attractions at World Heritage Site.
There’s a line-up of veteran British musicians at the Robin 2 in Bilston this week.
New cocktail launched to celebrate Birmingham Royal ballet milestone.