Your City Is Not a Brand
Corporations are trying to take over our civic identity. Don't let them.
We Asked Serving Prisoners If Jails Should Be Re-Nationalised
The Birmingham prison riot has been blamed on the failings of outsourcing company G4S. We asked current inmates what the differences between private and publicly run prisoners are.
I Went to a Flat Earth Convention to Meet Flat Earthers Like My Mum
And to find out how and why all the Brits in attendance got into the conspiracy theory.
America's New Lynching Memorial Is Gut-Wrenching, Gruesome, and Beautiful
The Alabama memorial and museum forces viewers to confront the past. But it could also point the way toward truth and reconciliation.
Issac J. Bailey
How to Build an Indian Food Empire in Four Years
In 2014, Nisha Katona quit her job as a barrister to focus on cooking. Today she has five restaurants, three cookbooks, and a 29,000-strong Twitter following.
The Strip Club Accused of Drugging and Robbing Its Customers
After waking up with £9,000 charged to his card, one customer drug-tested himself and found traces of methadone. He was one of many men allegedly scammed by Birmingham's Legs 11.
How Mist Found Himself
From his incarceration in 2014 through to last month's 'Diamond In The Dirt' release, Birmingham MC Mist is at the top of his game.
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The Guide to Getting into Anaal Nathrakh
Take a tour through the Birmingham black/industrial metal maniacs' spectacularly unhinged discography to prep for their upcoming 10th album – and the apocalypse.
Some Students Threw a Rave in a Greggs Last Night
They called it the “Ministry of Greggs.”
Touring the Worst Rated Nightspots in... Birmingham!
What does the UK's second city have to offer?
The Proud Legacy of Afro-Caribbean Food in Britain
From Birmingham’s first West Indian cafes to Carnival jerk chicken and curry goat served in Caribbean takeaways across the country, Britain’s Afro-Caribbean communities have a long and proud food heritage.
I Went to Miss England 2017 to See What It's Become
Yes, it's still a thing.