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Title:Paradise Circus: A Birmingham Miscellany
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101 Things Birmingham Gave the World No. 91: Pointless kitchen appliances
Posted on January 30, 2019 by Jon Hickman
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Everyone has a guilty secret tucked away in the hardest to reach cupboard of their kitchen. Is yours a donut maker, a Breville or a pasta machine? The answer will depend very much on your age, your class, and when you reached key milestones in your life course but most certainly you have them. Did you marry in the 1970s? You have a fondue kit. Were you a student in the noughties? You have a chocolate fountain. Hit 30 in the late 1990s? That sudden paunch made you invest in a smoothie maker (but didn鈥檛 make you stop to think about quite how much sugar there is in a smoothie).
Let鈥檚 go through the Kay鈥檚 catalogue of the mind and think about some of the other ridiculous single-use gadgets that have come into our homes, been unboxed, used once and then packed away to the high shelf: bread machine, cup cake maker, slow cooker, rice cooker, coffee percolator, milk frother, ice cream maker, food processor, coffee grinder, spice mill鈥 an endless list of useless crap. Most of these things duplicate things that our main appliances already do: the cooker, the kettle, a fucking knife. We buy, we use, we realise our mistake and we swear we鈥檒l never again be seduced by the marketing patter of 鈥榗onvenience鈥, the marketing patter that started here in Birmingham.
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Danny Smith: Danny does Digbeth
Posted on January 4, 2019 by Danny Smith
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We normally use this intro to set up the article, to tell you why Danny is writing about what he鈥檚 writing about, but this time he raises the curtain on that himself. What we can do is say that even if you don鈥檛 find the idea of Birmingham raising its profile in the pornography-making world palatable, it鈥檚 a growth content industry and Brum becoming a hub for it is still ten times more likely than Andy Street persuading Channel 4 to do anything but tell him to go fuck himself.
Danny鈥檚 heart鈥檚 in the right place, even if that鈥檚 the last time in this article that a body part is correctly situated.
Stepped on a snake and slid back down to Birmingham. Tired, grumpy, and trapped in a city I escaped two years ago. The continuing adventures of a man lost in his own city. Hoping that the next leap, is the leap home.
The thing about editors and sub editors is that they can #8217;t resist a good pun and practically demand a well placed innuendo. It #8217;s also worth noting that a it #8217;s a weakness of mine that I like to occasionally give them one. The other profession that loves a good pun is pornographers with titles like Hard Brexxxit, Shaving Ryan鈥檚 Privates and Mike Whitby: Second Largest in Europe. I鈥檓 sure you鈥檝e got your favourites.
WARNING: this column contains RUDE things and descriptions of willies going in and out of vaginas (amongst other places) if that sort of thing puts you off your seventh helping of leftover turkey, don #8217;t read it, or do, I don #8217;t care honestly.
With these two facts in mind it was no surprise that when I saw the news 鈥榮tory鈥 from Birmingham Live that a porn film had been shot in the problematically-named 鈥楪hetto Golf鈥 in Digbeth, that it wouldn #8217;t be long before my editors wanted in on that action.
Sure enough, in came the What鈥檚 App messages.
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A child #8217;s Christmas in Birmingham
Posted on December 21, 2018 by Jon Bounds
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It may not have been snowing that Christmas, or any particular Christmas 鈥 snow and Christmas are interlinked so that we see it even if the day itself is clear. Even if we see ourselves carrying dining chairs up Hamstead Hill in the sun, across roads and clear dry pavements, there will be snow in our memories. There will be dripping gutters, splashing onto noses, wet but still comforting. There will be rutted slush in the gutter, darker grey on the frozen ends nearer the traffic fumes.
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Danny Smith: Shiny cappy people
Posted on December 14, 2018 by Danny Smith
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At Paradise Circus we try our hardest to compete for web clicks, and we鈥檝e noticed that glowing reviews of bars in the city centre must go down well considering how many the Evening Mail publish online. What time and when did we send Danny Smith to get all 鈥榳ow Brum鈥 at a boozer? Erm, we鈥檒l tell you after these messages.
Stepped on a snake and slid back down to Birmingham. Tired, grumpy, and trapped in a city I escaped two years ago. The continuing adventures of a man lost in his own city. Hoping that the next leap, is the leap home.
There is certain received wisdom in the pub industry, ways of doing things that can鈥檛 be deviated from. Edicts not learnt from working behind the bars, on doors, or in cellars every night, but from spreadsheets, focus groups, and uninspired middle management types. These are things that a successful pub must do to survive. Chiselled into laminated handbooks and handed down from on high to chain pubs up and down the country. They are:
Thou Shalt Always Serve Food #8211; the gross profit on food is normally a huge amount more than can be made on drinks alone (unless you鈥檙e stinging people on cocktails but that scam is for another column). Also if someone orders food their stay is going to be a lot longer, which means more drinks sold. The bar is already classed as a food preparation area the same as any kitchen so serving food needs to be so the paperwork is already done.
Thou Shalt Always Cater To Families #8211; families are money walking through the door. Drinks, particularly the huge mark up on kids drinks, more food, and the fact that larger family groups are an incredible pain to move once settled which means they stay for hours. Families bring in the cash, so the regulars are being told not to shout 鈥渙i cuntychops鈥 across the pub, or spend time grumbling at the sheer affront of not being able to use the play equipment naked for a dare*. Regulars buy the cheapest beer and haggle over the price of peanuts like it was a market in Marrakesh, they do not bring the cash.
Thou Shalt Always Have Wifi #8211; how else can you attract the panini-buying, expensive coffee drinking 鈥榙igital nomad鈥 type without guaranteeing friction-less internet access?
鈥淏ut won鈥檛 this turn all pubs into coffee house bland, cream wallpaper, bore holes with identical menus, music, and zero atmosphere?鈥 I hear you ask, and you鈥檙e right it can, will, and has. Gentrification of our culture is inevitable when profit is our only goal.
鈥淚s there a point to all of this one that preferably relates to Birmingham and has either a bad pun underpinning it or finishes on a dick joke?鈥 I hear my editors ask, and yes, in a bit, leave me alone.
You can imagine how warming it was to my anarchist cockles when walking across town I saw a five foot A-board announcing:
Just Good Quality BEER!鈥
Why does a board outside a pub need its address on?
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Tagged with: Peaky Blinders, pork scrachings
From a man to his son, on missing his home town
Posted on December 6, 2018 by Jon Bounds
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You鈥檒l never see the back streets in the same way I do. They change, things change fast round here, but even if they don鈥檛 your connection will not be the same. I won鈥檛 be able to show you the old pubs, the thick green leather stapled to the heavy wood, the splinters and the tears. But when it鈥檚 time, I #8217;ll share a pint with you anywhere.
The streets have a new brick, clad with a special kind of fresh decay. There鈥檚 a new corner around every corner. The roads have moved themselves, move traffic differently. I won鈥檛 be able to show you the back ways. I haven鈥檛 kept up and that鈥檚 soon to be your problem 鈥 if you chose to care.
Will you care? I think so. Sometimes I feel such a deep connection to the roots of my caste I can #8217;t believe you won #8217;t. It #8217;s often music that does it. Not in the simple proustian way, not always. I can feel the connection not only through chance hearings, yes, I catch Working In a Coalmine and am transported to the back room at Snobs as you鈥檇 expect, but there is something about musical culture that connects much more deeply. Music made by people I was, or am, or could have been #8211; could have been because they were where we were. The rubble filled spaces that donkey jacket Dexy鈥檚 stood in were still the places I played football with a tennis ball, played cricket with a tennis ball, never played tennis with a tennis ball as we didn鈥檛 have bats or nets or flat ground. They took the train to Euston from the platforms I did, unsure of how to take the bigger city we reached. The platforms are the same now, but god only knows how to get to them. You #8217;ll find them better than me.
The world is changing more quickly now than it seems it ever did. Even in the 鈥80s I remember bomb sites, long-gone factories behind rough fences, compacted dust on which to park cars or cut through. The desire paths of our urban life, the secret passages and hollow ways through unwanted and overgrown spaces. Take the gulley, leave by the side gate to avoid the ticket collector, there #8217;s a hole in the fence along here. The short cuts are the hardest to learn. We probably won #8217;t share them, but there will be some.
We can go back, of course, we will. But my disconnect has become a fence without a hole, a song with a half-remembered melody. Maybe when I stumble across it it will connect us rather than divide us. Maybe we can discover new routes together, maybe there鈥檚 another version of Kiss Me that has the vibe of the country rather than just the rhythm of the factory. We can walk both, sing both. Maybe.
I鈥檒l teach you what I can. Much of it will be wrong, or at least useless, configured for a town that isn鈥檛 mine really. Never was, I just lived in it and made my own maps. The winter darkness smeared with festive lights just highlights that as it obscures the way. But winter is a good time to sing together.
We can sing Mr Blue Sky at the end of the night, or the start of the game, or just in the street for no reason. I #8217;ll sing with you anywhere.
It #8217;s your heritage, your town now, if you want it.
Danny Smith: The seven wonders of Birmingham Christmas
Posted on December 5, 2018 by Danny Smith
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Christmas comes but once a year, apart from for Roy Wood, who must have a terrible time getting his bins collected. Like everyone else in Brum, are we right, we鈥檙e here all week. Try the rotting fish in the black bag on the street corner. Anyway, Christmas, web clicks, we asked Danny to riff鈥
Stepped on a snake and slid back down to Birmingham. Tired, grumpy, and trapped in a city I escaped two years ago. The continuing adventures of a man lost in his own city. Hoping that the next leap, is the leap home.
Birmingham changes over Christmas. The wolf of capitalism takes a long German shit right in the middle of its chest, and it #8217;s filled with day drinkers, night shoppers, and a huge homeless population seemingly invisible to the other people. For a sensory seeking freakman like me it #8217;s a wonderland of lights, smells, noises and human drama, but for others it #8217;s a scary wall of people, muggers, confusion, and overload.
Since getting back I鈥檓 still not entirely sure of the bus routes and times, luckily West Midlands travelXbus has an app now. Let me just check it.
That #8217;s cleared that up.
If you do make it into town here are the seven must sees. (Yes, I鈥檝e written a listicle. Shut up. Your face is out of ideas.)
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101 Things Birmingham Gave the World No. 90: Saving the world from Climate Change
Posted on December 4, 2018 by Craig Hamilton
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Don #8217;t worry, we #8217;ll be OK.
On the last day of October 2014, as trick or treaters took to the streets of the city suburbs for Halloween-themed fun, something genuinely terrifying was in the air.
It wasn #8217;t the fact that Halloween has become, over the last few years, a poster child for the creeping Americanisation of our culture. Nor was it the fact that, just like the manner in which we #8217;ve all apparently just rolled over and accepted that #8216;High School Proms鈥 are now a thing, or that it #8217;s OK for the FA Cup Final to kick off at 5.30pm, that we just don #8217;t seem to have the energy to fight this kind of bullshit anymore.
It wasn #8217;t even that we allow the economic machine to hijack dates on our calendar as merely points at which they can market disposable plastic shite to us.
Nor was it the fact that we not only buy this stuff, but that we then chuck it away 鈥 even though we know we #8217;ll be buying the same plastic shite at precisely the same time again next year.
And it wasn #8217;t even that the only thing that differentiates one plastic shite sales opportunity from the next one is how one now #8216;naturally #8217; follows the other in a never-ending cycle, with the end of Halloween simply firing the starting pistol on Christmas, and so on.
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Danny Smith: The A38 killed my dog
Posted on November 26, 2018 by Danny Smith
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Like a bad penny, licked and then pushed quickly into a chip shop slot machine, Danny Smith returns to Birmingham. Delighted to have him back, we wanted him to stay in Northfield, its streets his聽alma mater and tell us all about it. The first thing he did was get the bus out.
Stepped on a snake and slid back down to Birmingham. Tired, grumpy, and trapped in a city I escaped two years ago. The continuing adventures of a man lost in his own city.
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I鈥檓 on a bus in Northfield, it鈥檚 Saturday: so it鈥檚 full, and only getting fuller. Only the people getting on seem to confused by the whole bus business and are approaching it with the time consuming trepidation of first-time flyers on a steampunk zeppelin. The bus is waiting for an usually long time.
Luckily buses now have TV monitors and cameras so, if you do get mugged, you get to take home the footage. CCTV just blurry enough for it to be of no use, apart from to bring back the lovely traumatic memories, like photos of a ride at Drayton Manor.
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101 Things Birmingham Gave the World No. 89: School
Posted on November 19, 2018 by Jon Bounds
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Ada Road School, Small heath, 1955
They were the best days of your life, 鈥榯hey鈥 will tell you. 鈥楾hey鈥, being everyone except Bryan Adams who is definite on the point of June, July and August of 1969 being better. What 鈥榯hey鈥 will neglect to tell you is that those days wouldn鈥檛 be how they are without the city of Birmingham. Bryan however, never stops going on about Brum鈥檚 own postal reformer, and world cup winner, Sir Rowland Hill.
You see at the age of twelve, before inventing the post and the stamp to go with it, Hill became a student-teacher in his father #8217;s school. In 1819 he took over the school, called Hill Top, and moved it from town to establish the Hazelwood School in Edgbaston. He called it an 鈥渆ducational refraction of [our man] Priestley #8217;s ideas鈥, and it became a model for public education for the emerging middle classes. It wanted to give sufficient knowledge, skills and understanding to allow a student to continue self-education through a life #8220;most useful to society and most happy to himself #8221;. The school building, which Hill designed, included innovations including a science laboratory, a swimming pool, and forced air heating.
In the book Plans for the Government and Liberal Instruction of Boys in Large Numbers Drawn from Experience (1822) he argued for kindness instead of caning, and moral influence rather than fear, for maintaining in school discipline. And some would say that鈥檚 where it all went wrong, but it鈥檚 certainly where the schools we know today come from.
And as Bryan Adams will no-doubt tell you, everything Sir Rowland Hill would do, he鈥檇 do it for you. And Birmingham, of course.
101 Things Birmingham Gave the World No. 88: Brexit
Posted on November 13, 2018 by Jon Bounds
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Yes, this hot take has taken two years. There鈥檚 been a lot to work out, and we鈥檝e had our top team on it. In no way has this document been cobbled together from publicly available sources and Wikipedia the day before it was due.
You see, from the moment the vote was sealed it was obvious that Birmingham was responsible for Brexit 鈥 only one of the 鈥榗ore cities鈥 (big ones) to vote to leave, only place idiotic enough to vote for a Tory mayor, amnesiac as to where its previous round of redevelopment came from as it sucks up to the far east for its latest batch 鈥 but there had to be something deeper. For Brexit wasn鈥檛 just the vote, it was years of confusion and ignorance, it was the death of the fourth estate as a bulwark against the stupidity of our governments, it was rooted in how we鈥檇 essentially never really been a democracy, in all of the ways we鈥檇 assumed tradition was enough and didn鈥檛 write actual rules, all of those ways we鈥檇 let decency be our check and honesty our balance only to find that neither was real: that all had to be Birmingham鈥檚 fault.
We have assumed, based on not much, that we have the mandate to produce the goods. That has proven harder than we expected, but it鈥檚 definitely true. We鈥檙e going to focus on the real problem: democracy and how Birmingham and its founding fathers broke it. Let鈥檚 see who鈥檚 fault it really is.
Once upon a time, democracy in Britain was just about who had the most money 鈥 214,000 people were allowed to vote in England and Wales out of a total population of 8 million 鈥 聽and people who lived in cities weren鈥檛 the who. Then the industrial revolution (our fault, obviously) happened and money shifted a little bit. Geographically at least: the new metropolitan elite were rich, but powerless.
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