Visiting the library is so much more than borrowing and returning books, as these five stunning pieces of architecture show.
This summer, the city will celebrate the 200th birthday of the artist, writer and social reformer who paved the way for its Gothic tradition.
A million more British children from working families are living in poverty than in 2010, a study from the Trades Union Congress revealed last month.
I’ve met my fair share of wonder women since moving to Manchester four years ago.
Off Beat: Jeff Nuttall and the International Underground showcases the prolific work and global influence of the Lancashire-born writer, artist, musician, author and publisher, who died in 2004.
Eight years on from her daughter’s brutal murder for being a Goth, Sophie Lancaster’s mum continues the fight to get crimes against sub-cultures legally recognised as hate crimes.
Manchester’s bookworms may have difficulty reading John Rylands Library’s newest acquisition – as it now owns a copy of the world’s smallest book.
Read all about it! Manchester Literature Festival pens ninth chapter with city-wide book extravaganza
Bookworms across the country will be converging on Manchester from today and joining more than 200 authors as the city hosts its ninth Literature Festival.
One of the world’s earliest surviving Christian charms, in the form of a 1,500 year-old paper-like fragment, has been discovered in the University of Manchester’s John Rylands Library.
Manchester aims to fightback into Trip Advisor’s top 10 UK cities for tourists list.
Through the lens: Travellers’ tales captured in Manchester photographer’s Bus Stop Stories exhibition
Bus Stop Stories looks at people waiting at the bus stops and their stories