Monthly Archives: March 2016
“I don’t think I would have got my job without my hair.”Read the full story..
One hundred years ago, almost every family in Britain knew the heartache of waving men off to battle.Read the full story..
It’s a banner you wouldn’t want to argue with.Read the full story..
Hurrah and huzzah! It’s the March Northern Soul Podcast.
Not long ago, while talking to Natalie Merchant about Paradise Is There – The New Tigerlily Recordings, her brilliantly imaginative re-recording and re-arranging of songs from her multi-platinum solo debut Tigerlily, I raised the possibility that the project could be perceived as a line under her career to date. She didn’t agree with me.Read the full story..
I’ve just ordered 5,000 flyers and 100 posters. If I were to find a tiny error on them when they arrive, I would probably be inconsolable for at least a week.Read the full story..
“This year we are bouncing back.”Read the full story..
Win tickets to The BBC Good Food Show Spring in Harrogate this AprilRead the full story..
- Image Gallery: The Female Form Through Time, Discovery Museum, Newcastle
- “Our first night is bound to be emotional.” Anthony Prophet, co-owner of The Bowdon Rooms in Altrincham
- Book Review: This Is How We Come Back Stronger – Feminist Writers on Turning Crisis into Change
- Image Gallery: Jade Magenta Williams, A Smart Price way of life, PAPER, Manchester
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From the archives: The Single Life: What made you love pop music? Northern Soul writers share their seminal songs northernsoul.me.uk/the-single…
Today is Charlotte Brontë’s birthday. Happy birthday Charlotte! pic.twitter.com/iuCz0lQWM4
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Instagram filters were not the first tool used to distort and manipulate the female form. A new online exhibition by Newcastle’s @Discovery_Mus charts how women’s bodies have been artificially changed from the Victorian period to the 2000s. @TWArchives northernsoul.me.uk/image-gall… pic.twitter.com/0gTwKHaQBx