Light House Gallery in Wolverhampton introduces a new exhibition which encourages us to question what we find in the archives
The usual mix of seasoned veterans and promising newcomers will be performing in Bilston.
Not the busiest week in Leamingtion, but a good night for all that.
Dave Woodhall spends a day in the company of some very Un’appy ‘Ammers.
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ weekend win over Sunderland.
Richard Lutz takes in a game in Chicago and learns a thing or two about the state of the States
An update on happenings at one of our favourite pub venues.
Bolivia is planning to table a draft United Nations treaty giving “Mother Earth” the same rights as humans.*
But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t pay for them, says Dave Woodhall.
The city council have announced how England’s patron saint will be commemorated.
A delivery of 1,000 origami paper cranes is to arrive in the Japanese town of Sendai later this month, bringing a message of hope to victims of the recent disaster.
Dave Woodhall reports on most of Hugh Cornwell’s performance at the Assembly on Wednesday.
We’re always happy to promote new ideas, particularly when they’re as impressive as this one.
The first new MG model since 1995 has entered production at Longbridge.
Construction work has started at Colmore Junior and Infant School, marking the expansion and improvement of the schools’ facilities.
Birmingham City Council’s failure to answer Freedom of Information requests promptly has been criticised by a government watchdog.
In recent years one might describe Beth Orton’s trajectory as less career progression than careering.
Organisers of one of Britain’s most popular new music festivals, Summer Sundae Weekender 2011, have announced more acts
Terry Wills thinks the Albion are almost safe from relegation. Not that he’s saying so just yet.
Comedy / Theatre / Dance & Fitness / Community at The Public to the end of April
Watch out for flying knickers in Bilston on Saturday night.
The latest guide to happenings at Leamington’s premier venue this week.
Dave Woodhall looks back at an afternoon at Villa Park, with a glance at results elsewhere.
The public always say in surveys that it is “danger from traffic” that deters them from cycling – “especially in Birmingham”.
Birmingham-based band Goodnight Lenin have announced their 2011 festival schedule.
I would never let a criminal into my house. I would call the police in case he robbed me, hurt my family or stole my property or my mind.
TV, radio and stand-up star Simon Munnery talks to The Birmingham Press.
The Birmingham Press will be happy to host the manifestos of the parties fighting the local elections on May 5th.
Contemporary dance, Celtic sounds and doo-wop are amongst the new shows announced at Birmingham Town Hall and Symphony Hall.
Here’s the full line-up for July’s Mostly Jazz Festival.