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Louise Rhind-Tutt

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Managing editor Louise is passionate about literature, the arts, food and drink, and can usually be found eating her way around Manchester and excitedly tweeting photographs.

First look inside The Ivy Spinningfields before it opens this month – what’s it...

The Ivy is one of the most-anticipated arrivals in Manchester. And with 535 covers over four floors, it's the UK's biggest restaurant opening this...

Is Manchester’s restaurant scene in trouble – or do new openings mean it’s in...

It's a difficult time for Manchester restaurants and bars, with several high-profile closures over recent weeks. The closure of Manchester House and Artisan was...

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time to tour Manchester schools

A specially staged production of the National Theatre’s award-winning play, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time will visit 17 secondary schools...

Rice Krispies celebrates 90th birthday – and UK production began here in Manchester

Kellogg’s Rice Krispies is today celebrating its 90th anniversary in the UK, having first arrived in Britain from America in November 1928. Marketed as "the...

Wrap Up Manchester: the charity collecting spare winter coats for those in need

Many of us have an old coat at the back of our wardrobe that we no longer want or need. Human Appeal, a British...

Mushy peas now have their own day of celebration – and Mancunians eat most...

Fish and chips is one of the nation's favourite meals. But for many Mancunians, it's actually the dollop of thick green mushy peas that...

Family-run restaurant Dimitri’s has delighted Manchester diners for 28 years – so what’s its...

Manchester's food scene has changed a lot over the past quarter of a century. There's infinitely more choice, and people are dining out more...

Beer advent calendar celebrates local breweries and raises money for Manchester homeless charity

Forget cheap chocolate. A new advent calendar has arrived, and it's packed with locally sourced craft beers from in and around Manchester. Bury based craft beer...

Greggs festive bakes are back – and they’re giving away 100 in Manchester tomorrow

The arrival of the festive bake at Greggs is one sign that Christmas is on the way, and it will officially be on sale...

Wood Manchester has launched a new winter menu – and diners are in for...

Simon Wood’s culinary passion began at eight years old, when he won a competition to be anything for a day and chose to be...

These 1960s images by a Salford photographer reveal our enduring obsession with dogs

Photographer Shirley Baker, who was born in Salford in 1932, was best known for her striking images of Manchester working class streets scenes in...

Explore the secrets of Manchester’s oldest building after hours – without a guide

Manchester's oldest building, and the oldest public reference library in the English-speaking world, Chetham's Library has been open continuously since 1653. It's a magical space,...

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