Martin Longley pursues six-string troubadour action in Manhattan and Brooklyn…
The Science Museum has just opened its ‘newest’ exhibit – a re-creation of James Watt’s Soho workshop with all its contents as found in 1924. Sadly it isn’t in Birmingham’
If the rise in British university fees and the cap on numbers is off-putting studying at home then perhaps budding academics should head for India
Cities, towns and villages all over the country, including communities in West Midlands, are joining together to celebrate this year’s launch of ‘RHS Britain in Bloom’
The Birmingham Press has 5 pairs of tickets to give away to to the first five entrants who can name the singer with The Prodigy
Visitors to some of Birmingham’s most popular attractions will have to pay from next month.
If you’ve an interest in the area’s greatest musical export, read on.
The case for allowing football supporters to stand at games is back in the news. But as Dave Woodhall reports, it has little chance of happening.
One of the most controversial topics of our time will at last get a “fair and balanced hearing” on Monday at an event organised by Birmingham Friends of the Earth