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The Journal Culture Awards 2010

Culture Awards Alumni: The Class of 2010

Scott Turnbull, Laura Lancaster, Chris Ramsey, The People's Theatre and Jenny Holzer at Baltic were among the winners

The Journal Culture Awards 2011 - 16 April 2012

Culture Awards Alumni: The Class of 2011

The Turner Prize, Max Roberts, Split Festival, Richard Forster and Electric Estate and Alison Gangel were among the winners

The Journal Culture Awards 2013 held at the Sage, Gateshead

Culture Awards Alumni: The Class of 2013

Paddy Campbell, Joe Caffrey, Lindisfarne Gospels, Wet House, the Royal Northern Sinfonia and The Iron Festival picked up awards

The Specials live at the Mouth of the Tyne festival

The Specials review: Iconic ska band sort out Saturday night for Mouth of the Tyne Festival

North Tyneside was bathed in 2-tone trendiness on Saturday as The Specials headlined a gig at Tynemouth Priory

New Sage boss Abigail Pogson

Meet Abigail Pogson, new boss of Sage Gateshead

Anthony Sargent's successor at Sage Gateshead explains why she was attracted to the job and a move to the North East

The sun sets behind Durham Cathedral

Top chefs team up with Durham Cathedral for an eighteenth century feast, with a modern twist

An authentic Georgian three-course dinner will be served up in the medieval Undercroft Restaurant in the World Heritage Site

Simon Walsh who is opening the Longsands Fish Kitchen in Tynemouth

North East chef Simon Walsh is back with Longsands Fish Kitchen venture

The Longsands Fish Kitchen is to open shortly in Tynemouth, offering different seafood options

Founders of family-owned business The Pudding Parlour, brother and sister duo Kristy Giblin, 30 and Greg Small, 24

The Pudding Parlour up for a Northern Independent Retail Awards 2015

The family run business, which has shops in Hexham, Morpeth, Prudhoe and in Fenwicks is up for the Best Dessert Outlet

Niall Horan, from left, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson of One Direction perform in San Diego, Calif

Extra tickets released for One Direction gigs at the Metro Radio Arena Newcastle

Let's hope Harry Styles can keep it together for the three gigs on Tyneside - after taking a tumble on the opening date of the US tour

Ringtons Strawberries and Cream Infusion

Ringtons releases special strawberry infusion tea for the summer

Real strawberry pieces have been blended with vanilla for the fruity brew, which would offer the perfect Wimbledon brew

Lewis' Fish and Chip in Seahouses

Northumberland's oldest fish and chip shop gets a £100,000 revamp

Lewis’ Fish and Chip shop in Seahouses serves chips made from Newbiggin potatoes and fish caught in the North Sea

Preview of Fiona Tan: Depot at Baltic

Baltic exhibition by Fiona Tan stirs up memories of Jonah the whale

A major exhibition by renowned artist Fiona Tan focuses on Newcastle's forgotten status as a whaling port

The Herb Garden, Newcastle

The Herb Garden review: A memorable place to eat out in Newcastle city centre

A roller-skating horse and incubating herbs make The Herb Garden on Westgate Road in Newcastle a memorable place to eat out

The Dirty Bottles in Alnwick, Northumberland

Artist Charles Evans dines at The Dirty Bottles in Alnwick, Northumberland

One of Alnwick's most famous watering holes, The Dirty Bottles, once officially Ye Olde Cross, has cleaned up its act

Jamie Brown as Harry Clasper in Hadaway Harry

Review: Hadaway Harry tells the Harry Clasper story

Ed Waugh's homage to a Tyneside sporting hero brings all the excitement of an epic showdown to the stage

Kathryn Williams

Review: Kathryn Williams puts the The Cluny under her spell

The Mercury Music Prize nominated singer played her new, Sylivia Plath-inspired album, Hypoxia from start to finish

Browsing at Jesmond Food Market on Armstrong Bridge

New Jesmond Food Market on Armstrong Bridge is here to stay

Anna Hedworth explains why the North East is ahead of the game when it comes to interesting food initiatives

Young writers winners at the Lit & Phil Newcastle

Newcastle's independent library Lit & Phil plans open day with tours and events

Newcastle's independent library is planning an open day and celebrating a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund

South Shields Museum is turning back the clock to the days of yesteryear and inviting visitors to take a trip down memory lane as the new summer exhibition, Seaside Shields, opened in time for the school holidays

South Shields Museum revisits the seaside's hey day with new family exhibition

A feast of nostalgia is on the menu at the South Tyneside museum, including a collection of vintage arcade games

Lost Voice Guy

Lost Voice Guy, Daniel Bye and Razmataz Lorry Excitement line up to play Northern Stage

Following a successful makeover, the venue's Stage 3 has announced its summer programme