National Vegetarian Week took place in Manchester restaurants and cafes around the city last week.
Joy Division fans can take an in-depth look at the life of Ian Curtis in a new exhibition to mark the 30th anniversary of his death.
A live stage version of The Harder They Come, the 1972 movie which introduced Reggae to the world, is to appear at The Lowry in June.
Mancunian Matters reporter Simon Byrne takes a look at why the British Real Ale industry is thriving in difficult times.
Underground music fans were able to enjoy a cult music documentary last weekend, after successfully campaigning for it to be screened in Manchester.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz has been transformed for the airwaves to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 next week – and it all happened in Manchester.
Teachers in the North West fear that new government plans designed to improve learning could actually be detrimental to children.
Manchester’s art lovers will have the chance to see a rising star’s work when his exhibition goes on show in Didsbury this Sunday.
Staff at a Manchester charity store were delighted to receive a donation of valuable artwork by Salford artist Tom Dodson.
A nightclub bouncer told a Hyde man that his passport would be burned if he returned to the venue with it.
A campaign to find homes for children in Manchester and around the UK has been launched this week.