Month: July 2011

Danny Smith: The Wasteland

It’ll come as no surprise that I was a bookish child, I rarely left the house to go out and play and would opt to stay in the massive musty smelling Austin Maxi that my father drove rather than go…

PUBLIC MEETING IN BIRMINGHAM ON THE BOMBING OF LIBYA AND THE ARAB REVOLUTION

PRESS RELEASE(BhamStWC-wmPSC)meeting25.07.11.docx Download this file A Joint Birmingham Stop the War Coalition/ West Midlands Palestine Solidarity Campaign Public Meeting STOP THE BOMBING OF LIBYA: IMPERIALISM AND THE ARAB REVOLUTION Date: Monday, 25th July 2011 Time: 7.00pm Venue: Council House, Victoria…

From ATVLand in Colour This 5 x 45 minute documentary tells the…

From ATVLand in Colour This 5 x 45 minute documentary tells the story of the affectionately known ‘ATVLand’ – the ATV Centre in Birmingham, from its beginnings to its ultimate closure in 1997 and beyond, celebrating some of the great…

"culturally aware Birmingham locals (yep, they do exist …)."

“culturally aware Birmingham locals (yep, they do exist …).” – Want to be het up about something of the day: Cine-files: The Electric, Birmingham | Film | guardian.co.uk from Brumblr, the scrapbook of Brum web ephemera:

Gripped by the Nutts

Down Poplar Road in King’s Heath is the sewing machine shop of Frank L Nutt: And if you travel down to near Star City you see signs for the sewing machine shop of one S Nutt: And I’ve been told…