drag act at Lincoln Pride 2014

“Let’s take on London”: successful Lincoln Pride set to grow

The biggest event for the LGBT community in Lincoln was clearly a definitive success as it drew to a close on Sunday evening.

Seven Step Sweet Chilli Salmon

Credit: Lewis Woollard

Lincoln painted in rainbow colours


Student night returns to The Waterside


Lincoln’s annual student shopping night returns to the Waterside Shopping Centre on Wednesday 1 October promising exciting student discounts

Heavy Bullets Review


A luscious view means certain death in Heavy Bullets.

Pigeon Detectives make their way to The Engine Shed


Corin Pye gives you a small run down of the band before they play in Lincoln!

Council to curb number of house shares

Councillor Neil Murray wants better regulation of landlords and a reduction of shared houses in central Lincoln.

Following a petition from residents calling for an article 4 direction to be implemented in the West End, City of Lincoln Council wants to control the number of shared houses in the city.

Trade unions back Lincoln Pride

Nick Parker, secretary of Lincoln & Distric TUC, shows his support for Adam Shorter and Lincoln Pride. Photo: Lincoln & District TUC

  A group representing trade unions in Lincoln has backed plans for an event taking place this Sunday to celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people and their contribution to society.

Lincoln record much needed win over Macclesfield


10-man Lincoln ended a three match losing streak with a 2-0 win over manager Gary Simpson’s former side, Macclesfield.

Scouting for Girls Live Review


Aaron Renfree went to see Scouting for Girls at The Engine Shed!

Helpful Hangover Tips

Credit: Pixabay

Tired of feeling ill after a night out? Read Emma Tinson’s tips on how to survive the morning after a night out!

Fighting fit – why going to the gym may help your job prospects

Photo: Oleg Klementiev

Going to the gym has never been better!

Guest blog: A day at Lord’s

The teams preparing for the big match. Image: Daniel Baker

In my 22 years of life, I had never been to the home of cricket until Saturday.