The timeworn buildings in this cultured corner of Manchester might not be making way for glossy new-builds, but they are regularly revamped in their own Northern Quarter-style way.
There are a handful of cafes that specialise in this pick-and-mix-style Indian cookery, and intriguingly, they’re mostly huddled within spitting distance of one another – tucked away down the alleys veering off Thomas Street in Northern Quarter.
Sensing a sway in public demand for exotic new bar drinks, George Grant and Paul Delamere promptly purchased a home-brewing kit in 2012 and began churning out beers by the bucket-load – passing them on to pals at house parties.
MM looks back over the list of our city’s bad boys – players with local links who found themselves in handcuffs at one stage or another during their career.
For every shiny skyscraper and sparkling restaurant in Manchester, there’s a cavernous warehouse and tenebrous canal path.
MM sit down for the premiere of Manchester director Jack Levy’s latest release – a deliciously dark and droll claustrophobic thriller.
Manchester is a proud city. But as much as many of us are loathed to admit it, it isn’t perfect.
‘What we’re doing is important’: MM get the inside view on Tanko – the Manchester brand fighting for the future of martial arts
Setting big stages, feeding eager mouths and kitting out the toughest fighters – Tanko are taking combat sports in the North-West to a whole new level.