Monthly Archives: March 2011
They want equal rights, an end to discrimination, and harbour feminist values. So why are young women reluctant to refer to themselves as feminists? Tamsin Bickley investigates.
The University of Lincoln has retained the Varsity title for the fifth consecutive year, as they beat Derby in nine out of the 14 Lincoln-based events.
“The IT Crowd”‘s Richard Ayoade makes his directorial debut with his film adaptation of Joe Dunthorpe’s novel “Submarine”.
Lincoln City travel to Staffordshire to face Port Vale, as they look for their first win in four games.
Bowling For Soup are playing the Engine Shed on April 10th, here’s your chance to get your hands on some free tickets!
The R ‘n’ B star Ms Dynamite will be perfoming live in Lincoln this Good Friday with support from Jay Decibel and Urchins.
In the first of The Linc’s Festival Fortnight season, David Wriglesworth takes a look at Newcastle’s Evolution Festival.
MC Lars is coming to the UK with his ‘British Invasion Tour’ in May. John Fernandez spoke to him about touring and his new album.
Yarborough Leisure Centre hosted a Kickboxing Classics: Back to Basics fight night on Saturday night.