One of Manchester’s most outspoken backbench MPs, Simon Danczuk, has ruled out standing for the role of Labour’s deputy leader.
Tucked away round the back of Red Hot Buffet opposite a dingy NCP is a bar we can guarantee you’ve never seen, let alone tried.
Former drug addicts from across Manchester are gearing up to show off their creative works in an exhibition studying the emotions involved in their recovery from substance misuse.
In a former Victorian fish and poultry market on a quiet Northern Quarter backstreet, a Man Met graduate is preparing to launch her debut exhibition.
Being welcomed into the almost-hidden tinted façade of Spinningfields’ newest offering, Tattu, it’s hard not to feel like you’ve been extended an invite for dinner from a Chinese triad.
‘The dream by the old canal’: Salford’s new ‘added value’ Chancellor Jackie Kay MBE welcomed into university
Yesterday afternoon saw distinguished guests from across Manchester come together to celebrate the installation of Salford University’s new Chancellor.
Sandwiched next to a Ladbrokes and a Dixy’s, Elixir is a bar that you’ve probably seen but not heard. But you need to get acquainted – last week it played host to Manchester’s latest supper club, the three-night-only excellent pop up dining experience Underground Paris.
Smiths former guitarist Johnny Marr has pledged to make a new run of a limited edition vinyl Record Store Day cover after discovering hawkers selling his single for inflated prices on eBay.
Looking through the sea of snapbacks and dreads, it’s clear this is a Skints crowd.
If Facebook likes were seats, the election result would be a coalition between Ukip and the Tories, with Twitter’s left-leaning community rooting for a Labour alliance with the Greens and SNP.
Mystery Mancunian artist Mancsy – a Northern take on the internationally celebrated satirical street painter Banksy – has announced his biggest ever exhibition at Trafford’s Victoria Warehouse.