MM caught up with Manchester-based MMA fighter Davey ‘Dangerous’ Grant, who is set to face Ecuador’s Marlon Vera at this month’s UFC fight night in London.
‘Another progressive metal band? God no!’: Steven Wilson on new artists, musical journeys and Justin Bieber
Steven Wilson’s career spans 20 years and countless genres.
A criminal record is an immediate turn off for most employers and you could argue that this puts ordinary people off committing crime almost as much as the threat of prison time does.
Demonstrators were ‘calling for equal rights’, during a protest criticizing the BBC’s coverage of the Palestinian crisis on Sunday 29 in Salford’s MediaCity.
Violent crime in Greater Manchester has risen by 39% in the last year, whilst the number of sexual offences has risen by 52%.
‘Faith is my anchor, it kept me from drowning’: Manchester shares stories for World Mental Health Day
Today is World Mental Health Day and, with one in four adults suffering from some form of mental illness, now is the time to start talking about it.
Metric used a plethora of digital tools to let Manchester know that the fusion of man and machine, if done right, can put on an incredible show.
The closure of a circumcision clinic in Hyde has sparked a backlash from the local Muslim community, claiming the closure is an ‘attack on the practice of their religious beliefs’.
‘The unconquerable beast’: Manchester comic on sexism, honesty, and Laughing Cows ahead of Frog and Bucket gig
MM caught up with Kiri Pritchard about the importance of honesty, prejudice, and her fear of the forever-ness of the internet ahead of Laughing Cows comedy night at Northern Quarter’s Frog and Bucket.
Manchester has ranked second in a list of UK cities with the highest number of accident claims filed against local councils in 2014, citing Manchester’s roads as one of the main problems.