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Our weekly round up of stories you might have missed from around town
Bricks & Mortar part 6 - a new type of architecture, property and planning roundup for Manchester
Over 50 graffitists, Parklife-curated DJs, food markets and more
Week 20: Let's say nice things about everything all the time and drink good cut-price wine
ID Manchester will occupy a 26 acre plot adjacent to Piccadilly Station
The Dirt Factory pop-up opens at Mayfield in February
Scheduled to open in Spring 2019, this promises to be one of the most exciting...
The council has issued a new set of rules for Manchester's busiest square. Sleuth lists...
Boozy weekend blowout pulls together top names from the city's food, drink and music scene
Located next door to the brewery, the bar features 20 draft taps pouring fresh ale...
...and a glass of Manchester gin or local beer to wash it down with
The doyens of dough are leaving their archway…but fear not, they’ll be reopening in...
Jonathan Schofield suggests a radical idea to improve a key part of the city after...
Is that the plains of the Serengeti? No it’s an embarrassing waste of time and...
Vandals are to blame for city centre embarrassment, says council spokesperson Pat Karney
Confidential understands the East End institution has eyes on a spot in Piccadilly
Decent food let down by bad service, says Ruth Allan
Jonathan Schofield with the fascinating history of a humble hotel site in Piccadilly