Larry Inman ponders this whilst contemplating an outbreak of violence.
Birmingham Press reader Dr Ron Dawson has sent a message aimed at schools and musicians across Birmingham.
Laurence Inman rather warms to New Jersey’s finest export.
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.
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.
Laurence Inman on having it all yet having nothing and has some words of advice for Stephen Fry.
Laurence Inman has been studying the decline of the high street.
Half a century has passed since they flicked rubbers at each other from their desks, but up to 250 of a Sutton Coldfield secondary school’s first pupils are to reunite to mark its 50th anniversary.
Birmingham City Council is on the hunt for local heroes who have made a real difference to the lives of people in Birmingham.
The 25th anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal announcement by the Soviet Union
Some people are just so off-message. Laurence Inman is one of those people.
Dave Woodhall talks to a singer who’s walking it like he talks it.
Laurence Inman isn’t impressed by the missionary’s position
Dave Woodhall pays tribute to a very special footballer
Laurence Inman is a lot fitter than he looks. Certainly fit enough to assault his telly – again!
Psychology graduate Rachael Barker has been crowned as the new Miss Birmingham.
Dave Woodhall talks to Courtney Pine ahead of the jazz legend’s Birmingham show at the weekend.
Representatives of the food industry have been at the NEC this week at a series of trade shows. Steve Beauchampé sampled the atmosphere – and some of the wares!
Laurence Inman is in a pensive mood, dogged by regrets.
New York Sounds: Dizzy’s Club And The Iridium
Laurence Inman is not in a hopeful mood, despite receiving good news
Sheilagh Matheson has returned from a month’s trip to Burma, travelling by bike, boat, bus, tut-tut, rickshaw, train and Honda 50
Laurence Inman casts a critical eye on the art of Shakespeare.
Richard Lutz continues his trip by bike through Burma
It’s March, so that means a visit to The Best of Britain and Ireland show (BOBI) at the NEC. Andy Goff went along for a look.
Laurence Inman sees certain links ‘twixt the three.
Birmingham Rotary Club hosted a breakfast at the ICC in Birmingham as one of the cities marking International Women’s Day on Friday 8th March.
Steve Beauchampé has been to see Steve Reich in action. Here’s his review of the 6th March concert.
Dave Woodhall talks to Brummie comedian Malcolm Stent about his new show.