MM spoke to Johnny BaBa, who has been in the barbering world since the age of 11. He moved to Manchester in 2013 where he opened his first Barber Barber store. Not before long, he opened stores in London, Liverpool, Leeds, and Birmingham. Most recently in 2018, Johnny opened a store in Hale, south of Manchester.
Leeds musical treasure Katie Harkin is preparing to add her latest, eponymous solo project to a résumé already laden with brilliant accomplishments.
A warm day in Headingley did little to help Afghanistan make a mark in this year’s World Cup.
‘Different colours make society beautiful’: MM speak to the Salford man who survived Congo massacre… only for racists to graffiti his door and traumatise his son
When Jackson Yamba and his family made their way from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo for Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997, it was the start of a long and eventful journey that would eventually lead him to Salford where in 2019 he was sadly the target of racist abuse on his door.
Northern beer fans – wait for it – Five Points Brewing Company’s JUPA is back after a successful debut earlier this year in Leeds.
‘Triathlon… what’s that?’: Britain’s Brownlees chat to MM about the growing swim, bike, run phenomenon
Undisputedly UK sporting legends, the Brownlee brothers also have a very real claim to say that without their huge success triathlon might not be on the nation’s radar.
Images of an exhausted Jonny Brownlee being helped over the Cozumel finish line by his brother Alistair made headlines worldwide last September.
MP for Oldham East & Saddleworth Debbie Abrahams has paid a moving tribute to her colleague and ‘dear friend’ Jo Cox, who was murdered in Leeds yesterday.
Morrissey may not have a stitch to wear but paper dolls of The Smiths’ frontman – created by a mega fan and available online – come complete with a range of outfits, including a special Christmas number.
Former Hacienda DJ Dave Haslam is set to offer insights and anecdotes from his time working the decks at the Manchester nightclub during an appearance on Leeds-based chat show Chinwag.
Chancellor George Osborne has been told he either needs to ‘put up or shut up’ by an Ashton Labour MP after plans to electrify the railway line between Manchester and Leeds seem to have been out on hold.