Edinburgh wouldn't be the same without the Edinburgh International Festival.
Edinburgh City Council is warning people that a number of roads will be subject to closures and parking restrictions over the next few days.
Eric Lomax, who wrote movingly about his experiences of being tortured as a Japanese POW and his subsequent reconcilation with one of his torturers, died on Monday at the age of 93.
Edinburgh's bus station at St Andrew Square will now stay open during the next phase of the tram works on York Place and buses will have access all the way along Princ
City of Edinburgh Council Transport Convener, Councillor Lesley Hinds continues to be upbeat about the prospects for Edinburgh's trams staying on track
There's a chance to win tickets to the Edinburgh Festival Fireworks Concert on Sunday night, courtesy of the event sponsor Virgin Money.
On Sunday night, we had the award ceremony for the Scottish Arts Club/EdinburghGuide.com Edinburgh Fringe Award for Scottish Drama.
Is technology improving the Edinburgh Festival experience?
You'd think so. At least, it should be making it easier to pick a show that you are going to like.
Delegates to the Edinburgh International Book Festival bring their fair share of mysteries: whether it be the latest murder case for local inspector Rebus or a story of alien abduction.
Transport minister Keith Brown cut the ribbon yesterday on Waverley Station's new lifts (or "elevators" if you speak Americanese) providing "easy and step-free access from Princes Street for the first time in 140 years".
Edinburgh City Council reported today that beam installation for the last two bridges for the Edinburgh Tram line has been successfully completed.
The Edinburgh International Festival has cancelled tonight's all-Russian concert by the London Philharmonic Orchestra after a power cut at the Usher Hall. The 1 hour 55 minute concert was due to start at 8pm, but around 20 minutes after 8pm waiting crowds who had been looking forward to the Russian bell themed concert learned that the concert was not to be.
Taxis will continue to operate from Waverley Station following the development of a draft agreement between Network Rail and City of Edinburgh Council. A report to Edinburgh City Council had previously suggested that removing taxis would cost the Council "up To £1 million" to redesign Market Street and Waverley Bridge.
Here's a Fringe tip for you for an as yet undiscovered (free) show with potential.
Britain's cyclists have proved indomitable at the London Olympics winning seven out of ten golds at the London velodrome, with track sprinter Chris Hoy's sixth gold medal making British Olympic his
Edinburgh Council has released a series of images showing that Edinburgh's troubled tram appears to be taking shape, with track being laid in the city ce
Pablo Picasso was a colossus bestriding the 20th century art world, but British collectors were slow to recognise his importance. The Tate didn't purchase a Cubist Picasso until 1949, decades after the artist's pioneering work in Cubism.
The Fringe is upon us. The hordes are flooding in. Promoters and venue managers have been working through the night to get their venues set up.