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A moo-ving tale for Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day little Bò the calf has been hearing tales about Highland cattle, including the folk legend of the...

Scotland's Puppet Animation Festival turns 30

Scotland’s Puppet Animation Festival has been delighting kids from the Scottish Borders to Shetland for exactly three decades now, making...

The science of food and drink

Edinburgh is a paradise for lovers of food and drink, and this April the Edinburgh International Science Festival (5 – 20...

Gifts fit for The Queen

Finding a good gift can be hard at the best of times, even for someone that you know really well,...

Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month, an international celebration of all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and more. This year, as...

Art installations to light up the February nights

With the days slowly starting to get longer, it seems that some artists are keen to make the most of...

January’s brilliant moments, as seen on Instagram

Here in Scotland, we want to make sure 2014 is a year to remember – whether it’s at unforgettable events...

Capital venues celebrate big birthdays

There is sometimes a misconception that once the carnivalesque atmosphere and crowds of the Edinburgh Festival have evaporated, and the...

Mammoth fun at new National Museum of Scotland exhibition

What’s big with lots of hair and soon to be at the National Museum of Scotland? Fear not, you are...

The Loony Dook

What will you be doing on 1 January? Having a long lie and nursing a wee bit of a sore...

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