Tuesday Jul 8
'Journal' announced as 'Slide On' charity fundraiser's media partner
The Slide On charity event will take place on Shipquay Street - with thousands expected to turn out to take part.
Vibrations causes barely a ripple
One-eyed Belfast record-store owner and music label boss Terri Hooley had a central role in developing the city's punk scene - and in particular, discovering The Undertones, who sang that joyful piece of brilliance, Teenage Kicks.
Inciting a Hooley
It's early 70s Belfast, and there's Terri Hooley - a man with one glass eye, no money, far too many records and a taste for the drink - deciding, at the height of the horrific violence that came to be euphemistically called "The Troubles", to open a record store, right in the heart of what was then the most extensively bombed square-mile in Europe.
Emerging musician Euan Lynn hopes to continue his EP success
Ahead of a gig at Newcastle's The Star and Shadow, musician Euan Lynn speaks to the Chronicle's Sarah Jeffery Euan Lynn is not like other acts as he produces music by combining two of his biggest loves - his guitar and his 1989 Nintendo Game Boy.
Bombs, bullets and Good Vibrations
When Terri Hooley, a scallywag music lover and self-confessed "old hippie", decided to open a record store in the middle of bomb-torn late-1970s Belfast, his friends and family thought he was insane.
"The Clash would have KILLED to have come from Derry"
Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland, was a dangerous place to be in the late 1970s .