The World is Ending according to some Mayan nutcase who chewed too much coco plants back in 1221, says Howard Elston
The Public in West Bromwich are calling for people to share their memories and photographs of old cinemas and dance halls in the Black Country as part of a Heritage Lottery Funded Project.
A series of infomercials featuring a range of practical ‘do-it-yourself’ tips have been launched as part of Visit Birmingham’s ‘Open for Christmas’ campaign
New research from Birmingham Science Park Aston-based Enjoy! Karaoke, the UK’s leading social singing game, reveals that singing is the nation’s favourite party piece
Laurence Inman has a New Year business plan – It’s a sure fire way of cashing in on resolution revolutions.
A group of former school friends and business colleagues from Solihull have ‘trebled’ their efforts to raise a total of £40,000 for Macmillan Cancer and in memory of Veronica Partridge who benefited from their care.
A talented graduate is off to a flying start in her career after setting up her own fashion and interior design label with the help of the University of Wolverhampton.
A free professorial lecture being delivered at Coventry University on Thursday 31 January 2013 will address the major issues facing the global sport industry in the 21st century.
Owners of Birmingham’s biggest gay nightclub the Nightingale are celebrating their first anniversary since rescuing the well known city venue.
Young bookworms are helping to add a new chapter to their school’s fundraising activities by taking part in a massive readathon.
The Friends of Moseley Road Baths are dismayed to learn of Birmingham City Council’s decision not to submit a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for work to the Baths building, which would secure its long term future.
An additional £2m contract haul and growth in three key sectors is the aim of the new Chairman of the Midlands Assembly Network (MAN) it was announced today.
Yes, Instagram, the free photo site , will own you and every image you slap on its site, warns RICHARD LUTZ.
Award-winning comic Tony Law will be bringing his new show ‘Maximum Nonsense’ to Glee Club Birmingham, Thursday 25th April 2013.
Marking the second anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, Ikon presents an exhibition by photojournalist Mosa’ab Elshamy.
Casualties of Christmas spirit will be catered for at a specially-established unit in the city centre.
A talented film-maker from the University of Wolverhampton has clinched two international awards for her 3D film.
After attending the Belgrade’s annual pantomime for the last two years, the 1st Coventry North Brownies designed and created their own Sleeping Beauty themed t-shirts to wear during their visit to this year’s show.
A new-look Stirchley florist was officially re-opened by Midlands ITV weather girl, Emma Jesson, on Saturday.
Cllr Barbara Cassidy, Labour spokesperson for education, said the latest key stage two results showed the borough is continuing to fail children.
Here’s the latest shows announced for the two venues.
“You are not alone” is the message from police.
Andy Munro on another point-saving performance by Blues
After a promising week at Villa Park, Dave Woodhall sees some parallels.
Robin Clarke has been watching the news unfold over the last few days and smells the stink of hypocrisy.
Alan Clawley believes history shows that the Council just can’t cope with anyone who displays too much passion for the past.
Companies in Staffordshire will be given the chance to win £1000 of PR and marketing support as part of a new campaign run by Think Local 4 Business.
A star studded new comedy programme packed full of some of the finest established and upcoming comics on the circuit is coming to The Public in the New Year.
At this time of year lots of articles will warn of over-indulgence on Christmas day.
Alan Titchmarsh is set to bring his own festive cheer to Birmingham this Christmas, as he joins the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and a number of local charities, for one of the city’s favourite festive events.