October – the summer of art starts coming to a close with a new Town Hall, opera in the NIA and choirs on a housing estate.
The Post and Mail was not for sale as Trinity Mirror decided they wanted to keep our local papers.
KR-36 became DY-66 as the interactive game from The Event transmogrified into a London gallery show.
Digtial Birmingham launched The FIZ – the info portal that is available free via the otherwise charged for city-wide WiFi network.
The 4Talent Awards were announced with three winners from the Midlands.
I posted something about the Gigbeth Conference which generated a number of comments. As did a subsequent post about the conference lineup being all male.
The Nightingale club off Hurst Street was having troubles with the developers in a story that was disturbingly similar to that of the Spotted Dog.
Capsule took over the newly re-opened Town Hall along with a number of other “niche” promoters making the festival more representative of the city that one might have expected.
The IKON Eastside closing party looked to be pretty cool and so it proved to be.
Dom from TAK gave away some knowledge on his company blog which I’ve cited many times as good blogging practice.
Stef Lewandowski found himself in a group of “ideas people” tasked with redesigning Birmingham and blogged extensively about it asking folks for their ideas which he then fed to the group.
Reality Estate happened at Five Ways after a year of work in the estate and was one of the best things of the year by far.