Up to 60% of the human body is made up of water. If you're anything like us the remaining 40% is pretty much entirely coffee. This weekend our caffeinated excitement is boiling over because 40 independent coffee shops, vendors and makers are coming to Birmingham Coffee Festival, on Saturday and Sunday from 10am. Here's the hap-haps.
We’re convinced that we could have pursued a career in dance, if only we’d been more willing to give up our free-time for the cause. And had some natural rhythm. And so the opportunity for an insight into the process of creating a piece of dance is a welcome one, that DanceXchange debuted last week with the first in their Dance Insights series.
As well as having the best posture of any person we've ever met in real life, choreographer Ruth Brill's got her first commission, Arcadia, premiering in full this week. We've been chatting about the production, the company and the city that has seen her career sparkle and shine.
Is it legal to marry a cocktail yet? We only ask because Tapas Revolution has collaborated with the award-laden Cocktail Trading Co to create a new cocktail menu of classics with a Spanish twist, and we'd probably spend the rest of our lives with the Sparkling Rose Margarita
The Counter Press is a design studio and private press based in East London. Elizabeth Ellis, speaking at Glug, gave us her round-up of favourite typefaces ahead of the ‘Personality Types’ event this Thursday.
Dubbed the 'Uber of beauty' by someone significantly cleverer than us, Blow Ltd has arrived in B-ham, and here's what editor Laurie Prescott's got to say about the mobile beautifiers.
Oh, so you’re the kind of person that takes brunch seriously? Let us re-acquaint you with Tom’s Kitchen.
We welcome with two perfectly placed air kisses the update given to the British institution that is afternoon tea, by Indian restaurant Praza.
Strike out at the first sign of sun with a well curated picnic. Swankiness levels can be upped with the help of OKA's glassware, ice buckets and — of course — the obligatory fizz.
If Craig David's Seven Days was about National Vegetarian Week (we're on day two by the way), it would have been a triple platinum selling journey through our city's seven best veggie dishes.