James Barton of White Firs explores the new music revolution that’s taking the suburban drinking haunts of York by storm.
As new statistics reveal that one York resident dies ‘needlessly’ every day, Jack Martindale interrogates the roots of the problem.
They’ve only gone and done it. York’s favourite noise-punk sons Fawn Spots have signed a record deal with revered indie label Critical Heights.
The Guildhall has emerged as the frontrunner to become a new £1.4million hub for creative, digital and technology companies.
We are blessed over the coming month to have such a vast array of things happening on our doorstep. The…
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The Yorkshire regional launch of the 2013 Love Architecture Festival coincides with the re-opening of City Screen following a £300,000 refurbishment by…
Live on stage the music of the Temptations, Diana Ross & The Supremes, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Jackson 5, Marvin…
Renowned for its size and array of items on sale, the car boot sale on York Racecourse is the biggest…
York author Sophie Coulombeau has won a prestigious Northern Writers’ Award to develop and finish her second novel. This evening’s ceremony sees Coulombeau’s recognition go from strength to strength.
Culture Secretary Ed Vaizey suggests the National Railway Museum will not close, as proposals for government cuts to the Science Museum Group are halved.
In what is being described by VisitYork4Meetings as a ‘major coup’ for the city’s business tourism sector, York has been selected as the venue for the 2014 Liberal Democrats Spring Conference.
The 30th June sees York Dead Meet’s very first horror film screening – the 1985 zombie classic The Return of the Living Dead – at The Duchess.
Author Lucy Lethbridge is to offer a talk based on her best-selling book Servants: A Downstairs View of 20th Century Britain as part of the York Festival of Ideas.
St Leonard’s Hospice is currently recruiting for the following voluntary positions. Here’s how to get in touch if you think you can help with your time, effort or skills.
This venture shall give the residents of York the opportunity to voice their opinions on City of York Council and other city wide services between the 17th of June and 25th of July 2013.
Here’s the report from a very special, intimate show from Ed Harcourt at the National Centre for Early Music.
Beth Cloughton discovers an intriguing exploration of the relationship between humans and their environment at Andy Fullalove’s ‘Silent Landscapes’ exhibition, currently on show at According to McGee.
York’s lovably garish nightlife is set to gain a flamboyant new feather in its cap this year, as confirmation arrives that Chinese restaurant The Regency has been successful in applying for permission to open a late night karaoke bar.
A collaborative project between Tadcaster Grammar School, Sherburn High School and the student-run York Entrepreneurs Society is seeking to instil entrepreneurial skills in over 400 pupils through an enterprise project at the University of York.
York based IT firm Trustmarque undergoes a £43million management buy-out.
Two innovative new projects to improve local healthcare delivery in York are to be trialled as a result of a weekend of brainstorming by representatives from local health and care services and creative and technical businesses.
York PR firm The Partners Group has raised £4,000 so far by completing the Yorkshire Three Peaks Charity Challenge in less than 12 hours.
Alex Newhouse looks ahead to an intriguing new production of The Importance of Being Earnest from Theatre Mill, taking place at Mansion House from 24th July to 4th August this summer.
The York Festival of Ideas hosts a variety of literature events to sink your teeth into, with talks from writers…