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Robin Sukatorn Photo: Sloe Gallery

Review: Art on Paper

Three studio spaces come together to challenge the assumed role and medium of paper

Self Portrait in the Studio at Peckham (After Steenwyck the Younger) II Photo: theWhitworth

Remembering Partition with New North South: Raqib Shaw

The Whitworth welcomes Raqib Shaw with a palatial yet haunting new installation

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Live: Papa Roach

Callum Lunn thinks this isn’t Papa Roach’s last resort

Risotto Aragosta at Don Giovanni

Review: Don Giovanni

A half-price season brought crowds to Don Giovanni, but did quality get lost in the rush?

Photo:The Mancunion

Protest: Stories of Resistance – an afternoon with Maxine Peake

“I think it’s almost impossible to write without being political” — Kit de Waal

Photo Credit: alexbabs1 @ Flickr

Being called a Brat has never felt so good

Blast from the past or fashion icon?

Photo: 瘋時尚 ifashionTREND @flickr

Balenciaga’s new meme: the CROC

It’s not even Halloween yet but Balenciaga seems determined to frighten us

MEN Arena Photo Wikimedia Commons

Review: Impractical Jokers

American pranksters humbly donate all proceeds of their Manchester Arena show to the We Love Manchester Fund

Photo: Let us find it

Interview: Imelda Fossu, creator of Let Us Find It

Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder met up with Imelda Fossu, the founder and CEO of Let Us Find It, an online search engine that connects you to all of your favourite brands. Fossu talks about her goals for the brand and plans for the future

photo, Mildred Street

Squatter hell for Salford students

Refusal of previous tenant to leave the property has split up a group of five friends

Image: dirky1952 @ Flickr

Manchester International Festival enjoys record-breaking success

Biennial festival brings more money into local economy than ever before

Photo: Mussi Katz@Flickr View from the street Burnham homelessness

Burnham announces £1.8 million homelessness plan

The City Council is investing £1.8 million in “real solutions” for the city’s homeless as fire stations and hostels open their doors to rough sleepers