Local entrepreneur recognised by the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
The newly formed ‘Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice Kings Norton Fundraising Group’ are urging all quiz enthusiasts to join them for their debut fundraising event
This coming Mid-Summers weekend, Barnt Green will play host to the most stylish and opulent event the hair industry has seen all year.
Laurence Inman goes exploring heroism and wonders just who we should be celebrating.
It’s more than thirty years since Gary Numan shot to fame with the ground-breaking Are Friends Electric? Dave Woodhall brings us up to date.
Artix is welcoming the exciting Intoto Dance company for the first time on Saturday 8th June
An automotive design student from Coventry University is proposing an ambitious plan to improve motorsport’s green credentials
Birmingham celebrates a centenary of Indian cinema next month, as the Bollywood 100 in Birmingham Festival comes to town.
New Romantic pioneers Visage bring their live show to Glee Club Cardiff and Glee Club Birmingham
Anna Rose writes a timely reminder of a tasty product that requires fewer delivery miles to arrive on our menus.
Reyhana Patel dares to raise the possibility that UK foreign policy may be the real issue that’s ignored when tackling extremism in the UK
Four friends from the Black Country have completed a once in a lifetime challenge this weekend and raised over £6,500 for a local charity in the process.
HOWARD ELSTON, horticultural guru to the celebrities, answers the big questions that thwart our daily lives:
Go on, re invent yourself. Half of America does, says Richard Lutz
The age-old dilemma of trying to find your vehicle when parking in unfamiliar places or multi-storey car parks is now a thing of the past thanks to a Coventry innovation specialist
Roald Dahl’s very first children’s book and one of his most popular stories comes to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre
The 25th anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal announcement by the Soviet Union
Bringing theatre to the heart of Birmingham
After having, in recent weeks, amply looked after her insides, Tammy Facey decides it’s time to maintain her outsides for a change.
Martin Longley gets into Chinese jaw harp, Fellini soundtracking, Japanese metal and whaledrone saxophone…
Buying train tickets on the go has just got a whole lot easier, with the launch of London Midland’s new mobile ticketing website.
Tens of thousands of revellers joined in with the Birmingham Pride festival at the weekend.
This week’s film on the box is a Caine classic, says Richard Lutz
The US will cut back on drone attacks. But innocent victims still are under fire, says Richard Lutz
Local ambulance chiefs have issued advice for anyone taking advantage of what might, possibly, be some decent Bank Holiday weather.
Birmingham artists are celebrating the award of new funding
Half Man Half Biscuit hit the M6 to Bilston. Dave Woodhall is an independent witness.
A regular night of comedy, Sit Down, Stand Up, featuring five outstanding acts for just £10, returns to The Public in West Bromwich on 7 June.
You might think an Argentine restaurant would be out of place in Birmingham. Tammy Facey has been to check it out and is rather smitten.
One year after being unveiled in Birmingham’s Gay Village, the Rhinestone Rhino is celebrating its first milestone in the city’s Southside district by launching a merchandise store.