Massive leisure complex for former Cains brewery site greenlit with first phase scheduled to open by 2015
Flick through any proposal for the cultural regeneration of our city and, before long, you’ll see the New York reference: “this is going to be the ‘Meatpacking District’ of Liverpool”. Ten years ago, it could easily have been the Ropewalks – now it’s the turn of the Baltic to make a play for the title.
It’s seemed like an age, but after months, years and centuries of moaning, the city finally has a bus stop in the Baltic Triangle. Merseytravel has popped in place a shiny new stop, right next….
Today (13th December) it’s been announced Liverpool City Council are pushing forward with proposals for a cycle hire scheme within the city. From summer 2013, Liverpool would have 300 bikes available in the city centre,….
Hard to believe that the artists and digital bods down at the Baltic didn’t have a muster station where they could enjoy a lovely cup of coffee. They do now. And we have a thrilling new venue to be proud of…
In the face of arts cuts, closures and cancellations, this weekend’s Threshold Festival singlehandedly proved that you don’t need boat shows and big names to rally around – all you really need is talent. And that’s one thing that’s definitely recession proof in this city.
We were sad to hear recently that Leaf, based in the Elevator building on Parliament Street, had shut its doors to concentrate on its newly-opened Bold Street branch. Its original incarnation in the Static Gallery….