YORKSHIRE begin their season next year on April 13 when they visit Chelmsford to take on Essex in the Frizzell County Championship.
Guitarist John Etheridge concludes his Northern tour tonight at Wakefield Jazz. He will be joined by tenor saxophonist Ed Jones. Ben Crosland and Dave Tyas complete the dynamic quartet, more details from 01977 680542.
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Pocklington Arts Centre and the European Blues Association are linking up for the annual Acoustic Blues Weekend of workshops, jams and performances later this month.
Just A Quickie with... Alistair Griffin, former York busker, Fame Academy runner-up and 2004 chart star from Castleton, Whitby, who plays the Grand Opera House, York, on Tuesday.
A NEW flagship building in York is to host a seminar by North Yorkshire Construction Best Practice Group.
IT'S full steam ahead for Milburns, which has won a ten-year £20 million total turnover contract, retaining the catering for York's National Railway Museum (NRM).
The Best Western Monkbar Hotel claims to have secured the first free hotel broadband and wireless service in York.
SCIENTISTS at York University, who have developed a revolutionary tool for examining the nature of matter, are calling for just £250,000 to move from prototype to production.
THE Government has moved to quash claims that America may be allowed to site interceptor missiles at RAF Fylingdales.
WIZZ Jones brings his battered old guitar cases to York for the seventh time on Thursday in an early highlight of the Winter Warmers season at the Black Swan Folk Club.
COLOUR Of Fire release A Pearl Necklace For Her Majesty as their new single through Riverman Music on November 29.
Bingley trainer Sue Smith and her husband Harvey, the former top show-jumper, never afraid to take on the big guns when the occasion demands it, stage a double-assault at Cheltenham tomorrow.
WHEN staff at a school heard the sounds of youngsters crying during a cookery class, they were naturally concerned.
THE show went on for performers at a York school play - despite a huge power cut plunging the auditorium into darkness.
COFFEE And Cigarettes is a film about coffee and cigarettes, shot in black and white, black for coffee, white for cigarettes.
AS chance would have it, Charles Dance came across William J Locke's short story Ladies In Lavender in a book being used to dress the set of a film he was making in Prague.
RENEE Zellweger has porked up again, stuffed-shirt Colin Firth and handsome cad Hugh Grant are back, and so are the jokes about big bums and dodgy Christmas jumpers, and Bridget's three comic stooges.
Two initiatives have been announced today to ensure drinkers are aware that their favourite tipples are getting bigger and stronger. Health Reporter CHARLOTTE PERCIVAL investigates.
York City have been hit by a major blow with striker Paul Robinson ruled out for a month.
LEGENDARY York player Basil Watts will be lauded tomorrow as one of the British heroes who won the first-ever rugby World Cup - exactly half a century after the feat was achieved.
THEY look like they are preparing to become the youngest boys ever to swim the channel. In fact, the goggle-eyed trio in our photograph are simply readying themselves for cookery class.
FOR at least four decades we have known smoking is bad for us. It causes cancer, heart disease, all manner of respiratory problems and shortens lives.
Introducing... surreal comedian Boothby Graffoe, still in recovery from fleeing the Kings Of Comedy reality TV show.
ENTERTAINER Gary Wilmot had a gap in his diary.
What Mo Molam misses most about politics is talking to people - which is just what she will be doing in York on Monday, as she tells CHARLES HUTCHINSON.
AN old Morris Minor is sinking into the ground outside their windswept cottage in the Connemara hills. The picture of the Kennedys is fading on the kitchen wall.
SANTA needs a spin doctor. You would think that a fellow who dispenses presents and joy to millions of children would be universally loved.
THE odds have been slashed on one of York's most historic homes opening its doors to Royal Ascot racegoers.
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CHRIS Levy has admitted he has a hard act to follow - but he is determined to deliver the goods.
HARROGATE Theatre has a new dame for this season's pantomime.
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SOMETHING has got to give in the North Two East showdown tomorrow between Wes-toe and Malton and Norton.
PARK life will be the prime consideration for York Rugby Union Club when they entertain Hartlepool on Saturday.
On-loan Harrogate Town hitman Clayton Donaldson has been named as the Nationwide North player of the month after getting 34 per cent of the website vote.
All Northern Counties East League eyes will be on the second round of the league cup this weekend with all five teams from the area facing division one opposition.
THERE'S no stopping class and two more goals for veteran Broadbent helped Bishopthorpe to a 5-0 win over Real Way Station to keep them top of division three.
Skelton were quickest out of the blocks in the top of the table division four duel and by half-time had carved out a 3-0 cushion at Bay Horse (Tadcaster).
Marcia blasted their way clear at the top of the John Smith Sunday Morning Football League first division with a 10-2 mauling of Blacksmiths Arms who are struggling to find their feet in the top sector.
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Jo-ann Hodgson reports on a musical high at the university.
FOR the past three weeks I have used the castle car park on an evening. The ticket machines will not accept resident user so I've had to pay full price, ("Just the ticket", Letters November 9).
WHAT has happened to our postal delivery service? Here in Huntington we get posts delivered at varying times of day, one day it was 5.30pm!
Alex Lloyd finds that Selby has all the best tunes this weekend.
MAZDA has launched an uprated range of its B-Series pick-up trucks.
SINCE its launch four years ago, Chrysler's PT Cruiser has attracted many friends with its unique American hot-rod styling.
ACCORDING to folklore born deep in the mists of time, the way household pets and wild animals behave can indicate impending good or bad luck.
MOVE over lads' mags. Adze Gallery, in York, has an eye for the girls and a passion for the female form in The Exalted Feminine, a new exhibition of painting and printing.