Scotland’s first community-owned bakery will open in Dunbar on October 6th. Called simply “The Bakery,” it will offer residents of Dunbar and the surrounding area tasty wholesome artisan bread that is made and baked on the premises.
Ten years ago it was widely publicised that minerals such as coltan and cassiterite used in electronics, particularly cell phones, were funding violent militias in the Democratic Republic of Congo
The demolition of three multi-storey flats in North Sighthill is scheduled to go ahead this Sunday between 11am and noon.
Mary of Guises’ lassie, Mary Queen of Scots, is probably the most romantic person in British history, never mind Scots history.
As retailers say, if you love line-dancing and Country & Western music, then you will like ‘Rhinestone Mondays’. Conversely, the show is probably not for you!
Dance Base, Scotland's National Centre for Dance celebrates 10 years in their Grassmarket studios this September. The building, a £6.9 million bespoke four studio facility was officially opened by Dance Base's Royal Patron Prince Charles on 21 September 2001. To celebrate Dance Base is hosting a "massive dance party" with free drop-in classes for everyone on Thursday 22 September.
The only two documents directly connected to Sir William Wallace will go on public display side by side next year, it was announced yesterday.
The Scottish Government will help oversee the final delivery of the Edinburgh trams project it was announced today.
New artistic director says EIFF dates "likely" to stay in June
Months of tram works on Princes Street are due to begin soon, with traffic diversions being introduced over the coming weekend (17 and 18 September 2011).
The best way to see this film is to not read this or any other reviews, ignore the trailer, which of course gives too much away and so all that’s left for you to do is simply go and see it.
The newly redeveloped National Museum of Scotland has broken all records and has attracted more than half a million visitors since it opened to the public less than six weeks ago.
In the pink with Legally Blonde!
It seems to be the way of things these days that whenever a mistake is made that can't be covered up effectively, the cry is inevitably quickly heard that it is "Time to move on."
A book by a North-east novelist, which was once banned in her home town, is set to tour Scotland
Bryan Ferry is, without question, the most effortlessly cool man in his mid-sixties that I have ever laid eyes on.
Painting of the Forth Bridge - the paint job that famously "never ends" - is coming soon to an end.
The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra is well-remembered from its five-concert residency at the 2003 Edinburgh International Festival.