Richard Lutz has always been suspicious that everytime he picked up a mobile there was a digi-signal lining up a bullseye inside his head.
Coventry University’s Degree Show 2011 is set to exhibit the original work of the UK’s next generation of creative talent
Martin Longley finds that oddroc forms are still flourishing in Manhattan and Brooklyn…
The European Tour Operator’s Association has issued the following press release in relation to the outbreak of E-Coli which has been in the news today.
A Coventry University student will be exhibiting his no-holds-barred vision of the future of car design
Prog and blues come to Bilston this week.
Wolverhampton on the Fringe, Light House’s new and exciting comedy season 2011 continues this June
Dave Woodhall draws comparisons between the current Villa manager and a face from the past.
Alan Clawley finds that New Street station will actually become Hill Street Station under council plans for the site
Rich Batsford has been enchanting audiences with his beautiful, melodic and meditative solo piano music for the last five years.
Our Diplomatic editor Howard Elston with a shock decision by Whitehall mandarins that will rock our health service
Birmingham-based Theatre Company “Don’t Go Into The Cellar!” is bringing a series of gripping Victorian capers to King’s Heath over the summer.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre is looking for 20 budding writers to take part in its free Critical Mass playwriting programme
Alan Clawley looks deep into the council budget cuts and is surprised by what he finds.
Richard Lutz returns to a subject that our readers can’t ignore
A severely disabled young man from Solihull is starring in a documentary about remarkable people living with his condition.
Closing date close for submissions for Summer Open Exhibition at The Public
Birmingham will be turning pink over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend as an anticipated 100,000 visitors descend in the city
The Royal Shakespeare Company is set to travel from its traditional home in Stratford-Upon-Avon to the bright lights of New York.
A new report says that the region is still the biggest area outside London for investment from abroad.
Dave Woodhall reviews Britcop flim Blitz.
Graduate Advantage is gearing up to create over 1400 internships here in the West Midlands
British Cycling has launched Breeze, a new national network of fun, local and flexible bike rides for women.
Lovers of rock opera and homegrown soul will be pleased about the latest news from Wolverhampton Civic Hall.
Whatever the weather this Summer, mac birmingham’s outdoor Arena stage will be scorching with the hottest talent in music.
Adept4telecoms Holding Free Video Conferencing Event for Birmingham Businesses
It may have received a bad press lately, but Dave Woodhall reckons our legal system is still something to be proud of.
Terry Wills reports on the end of a season at the Hawthorns that turned out rather better than expected.
The key leading roles on Birmingham City Council have just been officially announced for the 2011/12 municipal year
Dave Woodhall looks at the latest twist in the superinjunction saga. Haven’t they all got better things to do with their time?