DEESIDE HARVEST FOLK FESTIVAL

The Rich Landscape of the Finzean Estate The sun may be shining. The fields are gradually turning from green to gold. The soft fruits are...

PROFILE: JAMES HAWKINS, LANDSCAPE ARTIST

The far North West of Scotland is one of the most strikingly beautiful parts of the country. The mountains of Assynt are unique. The...

CHILDREN’S LITERATURE AT THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL BOOK FESTIVAL

This is the 30th anniversary of the Edinburgh International Book Festival and, right from the start back in 1983, children’s books and writers have...

LEADING SCOTS FASHION DESIGNER IN VOGUE-BACKED FIRST

Crowd-funding is a buzz-phrase of the moment. People are using it to raise money for many different kinds of project, from novels to novelties,...

TWO EDINBURGHS – ONE BRAND

By David Black Fresh in to Tramopolis – the city formerly known as Edinburgh - and what's all this? Some sort of a literary stooshie,...

CREATIVE SCOTLAND’S NEW HEAD

Janet Archer who takes over as Head of Creative Scotland in July Picture:complimentary It's taken a full six months but the wait to have a new...

Preview: The Boswell Book Festival

JOHN SESSIONS stars in A Life in music: ‘Desert Island Discs’ with a Difference by Carol Carr The Boswell Book Festival - the world's only festival of...

Beltane 2013

Beltane is the Celtic May Day festival. It marks the midway point between the spring equinox and the summer solstice Its traditions date back...

EDINBURGH FESTIVALS

The Fringe Offices in the High Street Festivals the world over depend on sponsorship for the financial viability. The largest of them -- the Edinburgh...

Napier University honours Indian Poet

Napier University in Edinburgh has opened a special centre dedicated to the life and works of Rabindranath Tagore (right), the first ever Indian Nobel...