Hate crimes directed towards people with disabilities have doubled in Manchester in the past two years, a Freedom of Information Act has revealed.
“Unfortunately the ‘nature of the beast’ seems to be that many of us – me included – are all too often very poor at managing relationships of all kinds. We often find ourselves being taken advantage of.”
Manchester’s Museums and galleries will join together to host the fourth Wonder Women festival, in honour of International Women’s Day on Tuesday March 8.
Families facing homelessness in Salford and Trafford will have some cheer this Christmas, after staff at Salix Homes housing association have collected a ‘mountain of gifts’.
MM speak to Jim Morgan, the owner of new Ancoats pizza joint Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza about his two-a-day pizza diet and the joys of owning his own restaurant.
Black Friday was met with a muted response in Manchester today, following dramatic scenes from last year’s big event showing shoppers desperate to score a bargain.
Popular Manchester Restaurants have signed up to add a pound onto their bills, all of which will go to local homeless charities this Christmas.
Fundraisers gathered in Manchester Cathedral on Friday night, to take part in the fifth annual ‘Manchester Sleepout’, raising money and awareness for the city’s homeless.
‘David Fincher would let us be’: HEALTH on new album Death Magic and Max Payne ahead of Manchester gig
It has been six years since HEALTH last released an album. When their debut, Get Color, was released in 2009, the Californian noise-cum-experimental-rock quartet were met with a winning combination: praise, and fascination.
From adult-only ball pools to musings on food, Manchester’s Science Festival is sure to be a hit with locals, with 170 events set to be held between October 22 and November 1.
This city cannot be considered a major city until it has an art market, says Manchester-born art collector and entrepreneur, Frank Cohen.