Homecoming Live: The Final Fling, the grand finale to the Scottish Government’s year of homecoming takes place this weekend, […]
By Kenny Simpson Fountain Park is ‘thriving’ after opening ten years ago due to offering credit crunch suffering […]
By Carolyn Mearns & Olivia Scott Edinburgh officially welcomed the festive period with the switching on of the City […]
by Jamie Mann A band can only hope to project their sound to curious ears by evolving musically […]
It was a ridiculous time to be watching a film, but it didn’t stop hundreds of screaming teenage girls packing Vue Cinema at the Edinburgh’s Omni Centre at midnight last night. The film keeping them all up way past their bedtimes?
New Moon, the latest installment in the Twilight saga.
By James Bradley
As teenage girls across the world quiver in anticipation of seeing the latest movie in the Twilight saga, many are left wondering why?
New Moon is the second high budget movie based on the best selling novels of Stephenie Meyer. And another in a long line of movies which have little originality about them.
Some of the largest movies over the last few years have been based on novels: Lord of the Rings; Harry Potter and even Bridget’s Jones’s Diary. Whilst some were just simple sequels and remakes, such as the two Spiderman sequels and a third one planned.
by Andrew Donaldson Around a dozen new titles are flooding the market on Friday, as the video game […]
A range of Scottish films will be shown for free during St Andrew’s Day at an Edinburgh cinema. […]
By Luci Wallace and Frances Allan Fan’s of Twilight can now get their next Robert Pattinson fix as […]
By Natalie Deacon & Joanna Park After more than two decades on air, the curtain is set to […]
By David Henderson Seaweed baths and solar panels. Underwater heat pumps and rainwater harvesting. It sounds like utopia […]
By David Henderson Santa will be behaving more like Scrooge this Christmas as the credit crunch curbs spending […]
by Scott Norton Michael Moore’s new documentary, ‘Capitalism: A love Story’ , attempts to broach the subject of corporate […]
by Samantha Taylor In the future, around 300 years from now, globalisation has conquered on a planet that […]
By Andrew Donaldson
When Canadian Transport Minister Mike Baird sent a text message this week declaring “Thatcher is dead”, it didn’t take long for the news to spread like wildfire throughout Canadian politics.
Even the Prime Minister of Canada, Stephen Harper, was led to believe that Baroness Thatcher, Britain’s first female Prime Minister, had died aged 84.
By James Bradley
2009 is a particularly bad year for paraskavedekatriaphobics, or those with the fear of Friday the 13th. Today marks the third time that the alledgedly unlucky date has appeared this year.
There are many different theories why Friday the 13th has been singled out as an unlucky day. One of the key theories stems from the crucifixion of Christ.
By Michael McLintock Over 1000 dominoes were lined up and toppled on Monday night in Berlin, marking the […]
By Rahsian Parris With newly released album – This Is Us, the follow up to 2007’s Unbreakable, and […]
By Ashley Watt. Quintin Jardine is a famous Scottish author of two best-selling series of detective […]
By Ryan Culling A recent survey by a mobile phone price comparison website has found that traditional greetings […]
By Caroline Fraser Edinburgh Lectures and The Open University are holding a lecture about the making of BBC […]
By: Claudia Menting Following Nintendo‘s widely popular interactive technology with the Wii console, Microsoft have gone and reached […]
By: Claudia Menting Queues formed outside Princes Street Game stores in Edinburgh as Activision‘s first person shooter game […]
By Lucy McGirk Young offenders in Polmont took part in a workshop to encourage creativity run by theatre […]
By Ryan Culling Following the huge success of the single ‘Crying Lightning’ 7″, which was sold exclusively through […]
By Ewan Angus Recently the University of Manchester was home to the release of an anthology that was […]
by Christian McBride Over two decades on from when Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise took to the screen […]
By Matthew Robertson David Haye defeated the Russian giant Nikolay Valuev in Nuremberg to become the WBA heavyweight […]
BY SIAN LOWER The longest running program in the history of children’s television – Sesame Street – turns 40 […]
By Benjamin Zand Mike Ashley has once again outraged Newcastle United fans by going through with his controversial […]