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Monthly Archives: December 2012

Photo: SHOWstudio

Avant-Garde style profile: Pam Hogg

Take a Walk on the Wild Side…


The Business of Beauty

Jessica Cusack on the economics of it all.

The Black Keys' live show only partly translated to the arena environment. Photo: Joe Goggins

Live: The Black Keys

A monumental year for the Ohio two-piece culminates in their first UK arena jaunt – with mixed results

Bowie and Crosby in the video for LIttle Drummer Boy

5 songs in the field of: Christmas

George Bailey runs through five of his favourite Christmas tracks, new and old

Band of Skulls delivered a polished set at the Ritz. Photo: Michael Dornbierer

Live: Band of Skulls

The Southampton trio bring some good old-fashioned rock and roll to the Ritz


Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two

Can Disney live up to expectations with Epic Mickey 2?


Review: ‘Decay’

To CERN and back again, the Manchester PHD student film ‘Decay premieres at Uni Place


Review: ‘I, Anna’

Jessie Cohen reviews TV director Barnaby Southcombe’s first feature film

Wainwright is aiming to step out of her brother's shadow with 'Come Home to Mama'. Photo: Christoph! @ Flickr

Live: Martha Wainwright

The Canadian songstress brought a live shows as eccentric as her records to the Ritz

"The aim of Judo is to throw your opponent to the floor until they tap out or you have held them there for thirty seconds." Photo: Kate Bullivant

Judo Society

Joseph Perry explains how to get involved in the Judo Society

Manchester Entrepreneurs Society. Photo: Fahim Sachedina

Manchester Entrepreneurs Society

”University is the best time and place to set up a business as there is absolutely no risk, if you fail then you are in the same position you always were.” – Fahim Sachedina

British Heart Foundation want your old shoes. Photo: BHF

Shoe Amnesty

Kate Bullivant spoke to Bhagwan Manku about Shoe Amnesty, which is coming to Manchester