Billingham

23 Feb 19
Things Amic Thinks About

One of the most interesting discussions you can have about sports or, in fact, life in general is the “what if” discussion. Talk with folks who’ve studied World War II, for example, and you can spend all night going back and forth about what would have happened if the French had simply sent troops to […]

22 Feb 19
HULL RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL CLUB

Hull RUFC continued their winning ways last Saturday with a very hard-earned 26-8 victory at Alnwick to record their 19th consecutive win of the season. Back on October 27th at the Ferens Ground Alnwick gave Hull their toughest game of the season up to that point. Although they lost 29-13 they gave Hull a very […]

22 Feb 19
Social Care Future

By Sian Lockwood, Community Catalysts & Susie Finlayson, Power to Change   Care in community hands Across the country local people are deciding that social care provision should be different, and are developing and delivering local solutions that work better for their communities. At #socialcarefuture we heard about the power of enterprising communities and the […]

21 Feb 19
Luis O'Neill Teixeira

Did you see that selfie what Francis Bacon did? Don’t look nothing like him, what a fucking div

21 Feb 19
Discovery Bay Women's Golf Club

The day started out cold but it turned into a very nice day.  Here are the results of today’s game. Chip-Ins, ($5.50 each) Sally Sturney, Hole #3 Jeanne Zwemer, Hole #8 Cathy Fancey, Hole #9 Birdies: Sally Sturney, Hole #3 Jeanne Zwemer, Holes #7 & 8 Closest to the pin, (each worth $4.00) Handicaps 0-28 […]

20 Feb 19
Picture Stockton Archive

A ‘Memories of ICI’ event was held in the High Grange Community Centre in Billingham on Sunday 14 October 2018 which was organised by Billingham North Ward councillors Chris Barlow and Lauriane Povey and supported by the Billingham Legacy Foundation . Together they had managed to loan some of the Teesside Archives collection relating to […]

19 Feb 19

Join the Lunar Society and the Chamberlain Highbury Trust at Highbury on the 27th March 2019 from 6.00pm – 8.30pm, for an entertaining (and free) event! A stimulating Question Time-style evening will address some of the key themes and challenges for Birmingham today and focus on how the city can succeed in the 21st Century. […]

19 Feb 19
just george

As we had a little bit of free time on the trip, we decided to do something a little more practical, and pay a visit to the Tate Modern. I really enjoyed the quick visit as it contains such a vary of work, meaning there’s bound to be something for everyone.  

19 Feb 19
leathercompaniesblog

When it comes to the travelling, the most commonly talked about thing is the packing and also how it should be done? There are some many other questions are arises in the travelling but which bag is to chose is the most important. It is really plays a major role in travelling. They have got […]

19 Feb 19
RDH Great Stories

It is less than a week before the U.S. Academy Award winners are announced, but the British EE British Academy Film Awards were issued last month. Frequently, these honors are a clue as to which films might win the Oscars, which will be handed out Feb. 24. Some of the winners of the British awards: […]

18 Feb 19
celebratethegrain

What’s in the bag? When I was a young art student, my photography lecturer handed me a Yashica Rangefinder, a roll of HP4 (it was 1974) and told me to go out and take some pictures. It was my first time with 35mm, up to that time I had made some pictures on my parent’s […]

18 Feb 19
Chasing the Puck

This is another one of my special articles, aside from my ramblings about the Steelers and the Giants. It’s about something that is very close to my hockey heart, so I have no idea how well it be received. As a young ‘un I watched hockey for the first time as an eight year old […]

17 Feb 19
Punk Noir Magazine

America may well be the official home of pulp and noir but the United Kingdom, long perceived as the land of tame Dame Agatha style cozies and stuck-up, Latin quoting police detectives, also has a grubby underbelly which has produced plenty of gritty crime writing. And there is a new wave of Brit Grit writers […]