My experience at Teacup, Northern Quarter was as amiable as the name suggests. It was easy to find in terms of location (only a 5 minute walk from Piccadilly Gardens), and easy to spot with its contemporary, bright red appearance. 501 more words
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Susan walked along Oxford Road towards the city. She imagined herself a shadow, a cloud that passed over the hearts of the people of Manchester, a force of gravity that sucked away the thin tissue of light and lies and revealed the bare bleak truth of human existence; power, survival, greatness; those who willed to self, and those who chose to be shit smeared on the pavement. 1,195 more words
By Louis Waters
Worldwide group Anonymous held hundreds of protest marches around the world yesterday to highlight corruption and mark Guy Fawkes Day, November 5th 1605, an unsuccessful attempt to blow up the British Parliament.
Manchester Social 101 was recently invited to review the Christmas lunch preview at the Double Tree at the Hilton in Manchester.
I was joined by two other journalists and their partners. 472 more words