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18:49, 17 MAY 2014
Huddersfield sci-fi folk band Maia back in the musical orbit with new E.P
The talented and eccentric four piece, who formed at the University of Huddersfield in 2008, say that the future looks bright in 2014
Denis Kilcommons: Recalling days of that loving feeling
Chaps in West Yorkshire have been branded the nation’s Valentine cheapskates
Denis Kilcommons: Vinyl sales are rising again
Independent record stores have reported a 44% rise in sales of vinyl records in the first half of the year, according to the Entertainment Retailers' Association
Historic Huddersfield banknotes up for auction
Notes issued by Huddersfield Banks expected to sell for between £300 or £400 at Spink and Son Ltd auction in London
Andrew Jackson: How to decide on the right name for your child - and then pick a different one
GIVE a dog a bad name. A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.
Midnight shoppers attempt to snare rare tunes from Vinyl Tap on Record Store Day
MUSIC fans queued from midnight outside Huddersfield record store Vinyl Tap to buy rare records on Saturday.
People: Midnight queuers attempt to snare rare tunes from Vinyl Tap on Record Store Day
A musical day for the record
Kieran Leonard moves to abandoned Calderdale church ahead of a host of Huddersfield gigs
HE’S packed in the Big Smoke and decamped up north.
Val Javin: We know where we are now thanks to Bowie
LAST year he was photographed in New York in a flat cap, jeans and sweatshirt and carrying a packed lunch.
Denis Kilcommons: I’m prepared to be dazzled by the 2012 Paralympic Games
THE term hero has become devalued in the modern world.
Vinyl Tap flows with top tunes for Record Store Day
MUSIC fans are expected to turn out in the early hours of tomorrow to snap up rare items.
Hunky Dory: Movie review
THE show must go on for an unconventional drama teacher, who inspires her pupils to chase their dreams during the hottest summer on record, in Marc Evans's feel good rites-of-passage drama.
Huddersfield poet Simon Armitage provides text for Peter and the Wolf
POET Simon Armitage has teamed up with a pirate for a new performance of a classical music favourite.
Music: Kaiser Chiefs, Isaacs Aircraft
Denis: Film buffs remember Nico
WHEN 1960s icon Nico died in 1988, a memorial service was held in the unlikely setting of the Church of St John the Evangelist at Upperthong.
Hilarie Stelfox: Want to give your baby a wacky name? Try it out on the cat first
THERE are going to be a lot of aged aunt Olivias around in the year 2081, as well as grandpa Olivers, because both names have emerged as the number one choice for UK babies born in 2010.
It’s music to our ears at Chrysalis group
MUSIC group Chrysalis has agreed a takeover deal to the tune of £107.4 million.
Rock chick Suzi Quatro heads for Holmfirth
SHE may have a career spanning more than 40 years, but original rock chick Suzi Quatro shows no signs of slowing down.
Music reviews: Sky Larkin, Madness, Manic Street Preachers
All the latest music reviewed.
Kirklees local authority marks its 35th year
HUDDERSFIELD’S last mayor, Clr John Mernagh, handed over to Kirklees’s first mayor, Clr Reginald Hartley.
1800 The first soup kitchens for the poor of London began.
1815 The British, led by General Sir Edward Pakenham, were defeated at New Orleans in the last battle Britain fought against the US.
Music reviews: Keane, Towers of London and more
Keane, Towers of London and more
Sunshine on the Park Party
THOUSANDS of music fans descended on Huddersfield’s biggest gig of the year – the Party In The Park.
Fear for missing teen
POLICE in Kent are appealing to people in West Yorkshire for help in finding 19-year-old Michael Chapman-Davies who has been missing from home since Friday.