A student society at Coventry University has secured its place as the home of a major film archive, the first of its kind in the UK.
NATO Watch calls on the NATO Secretary General to establish an independent inquiry to evaluate Operation Unified Protector in its entirety
Dave Woodhall looks back at a week in Aston, and in the courts.
A public agency refused to reveal levels of pollution on one of the most contaminated sites in Europe – fearing it might halt plans for opencast coal mining.
Alan Clawley considers what it might mean to have an elected mayor in Birmingham.
Following on from the success of ‘Our Kylie’s Gettin’ Wed’ at ArtsFest 2011, Stripped Down Theatre brings you ‘Christmas on the Never Never’.
Blues bands of varying kinds and tribute acts come to Bilston.
It’s eighties week in Leamington.
Well, it is November so I guess it’s time to crank up the old Hollywood machine and get stuck into who gets the Oscar for this and the Oscar for that.
The EDL and Unity demonstrations in Birmingham city centre have ended with few problems and minimal disruption to the city.
Andy Munro on the Blues run that keeps on running.
Access to parts of Birmingham city centre will be restricted today
Brummie boxer Frankie Gavin dramatically pulls out of his proposed fight.
Adrian Edmondson’s folk-punk outfit The Bad Shepherds are set to hit the road again this autumn.
The Chief Constable of the West Midlands has been talking about August’s disturbances
Here’s an opportunity to get involved in the run-up to the Olympics.
West Midlands Police confident they will be able to handle any problems which occur on Saturday afternoon.
Birmingham’s latest ‘landmark’ destination, The Cube, will host a VIP open weekend
Terry Wills likes this Albion and derbies combination.
Is it a van? Is it a cow? No, it’s the Moomobile, and it’s hitting the streets of Birmingham and the Black Country, to bring mobile healthcare to the area. A transit van with a difference; the Moomobile is painted as a cow on both sides, and even has its rear end decorated to match…
West Midlands Police are holding a public meeting tomorrow to further consider their response to last August’s disorder.
Dave Woodhall wonders whether local Tories know what they’re doing – or whether they know exactly what they’re doing.
Dave Woodhall reviews Contagion, the latest doomsday scenario film release.
Friends of Moseley Road Baths will be taking over the Moseley School of Art on Moseley Road
Andy Munro reports on Blues’ second B-Mission of the week.
Dave Woodhall reviews some recently published photographic histories.
The week ahead in Leamington.
There’s a definite classic rock tinge to the venue.
Dave Woodhall on Villa and the weekend.
Next Saturday members of the far right English Defence League and their supporters will descend upon Birmingham