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The Brum Youth Trends Summit gives access to information that the Beatfreaks have collected over the year by speaking to the young people of Birmingham.
Mr Brum was a big Liverpool FC fan and used to personally organise security for the club's big name players when they had nights out and private parties in the city.
Mr Brum worked at Bobbins club, in south Liverpool, the Norseman, in Kirkdale, and later moved onto the famous Coconut Grove, in Tuebrook.
Most recently, Brum served as an executive vice president at Porter Novelli Life Sciences, a subsidiary of global PR firm, Porter Novelli International.
Clem Stephenson, previously with Brum's city rivals Aston Villa, and Charlie Wilson, in his first season after signing from Spurs, settled the first-round clash in front of 27,300.
To enter the competition, send your answer to the question below on a postcard, with your name, address and telephone number to Evening Chronicle Brum Competition, PO Box 358, Newcastle, NE99 1BT.
Though Heskey himself sidestepped any question surrounding his England future and instead warned that there will be much more to come if Brum can service him and Mikael Forssell.
"It was as if a great red bowl had been placed over us," said de Brum, who had just become a firsthand witness to the Bravo Shot, the most powerful hydrogen bomb detonation in history, equal to the explosive force of 1,000 Hiroshimas.
LAWYERS, clients and guests celebrated the launch of Harrison Clark Rickerbys' new Birmingham office at 63 Church St, as well as its work for Birmingham project Let's Feed Brum.
Here is my poem about the city: Oh Brum you've changed so often Over the many years, And you have brought me happiness As well as many tears.
zombies were marauding across Brum as part of a huge game called 2.8 Elsewhere, even more zombies were marauding across Brum as part of a huge game called 2.8 Hours Later in which members of the public signed up to be chased by actors playing the living dead.
Hull, who gave ex-Celt Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink his debut, hit the bar through Seyi Olofinjana but Brum held on.
Sir Alex Ferguson will be even keener thanusual for his side torecorda victory given their 2-1 defeat at West Ham on Saturday, when Brum were held 1-1 at home to Fulham.