The name Thomas White might not mean much to the mainstream music-loving public, but mention his two bands -- Electric Soft Parade and Brakes -- and the penny will soon drop. Alan Wilson catches up with the Brighton musician ahead of his gig at Duke's Corner in Dundee on Friday night.
An Arbroath teenager is beginning to make a name for herself in the world of fashion and art photography.
Despite a slightly shallow nature, six-plus hours of kaleidoscopic action make Atari's new release worthy of a week's rental.
With such a strong Irish contribution to this year's programme, it was only fitting that StAnza 2010 -- Scotland's international poetry festival -- was launched in St Andrews on St Patrick's Day.
A Dundee graduate who helped set up a new website to improve relations between the public and the police has had the name pinched -- by the boys in blue.
Police had to be called to intercept a bus carrying Dundee band The View and their entourage home from their producer's wedding because of the driver's complaints about the behaviour of some of those on board.
The 90-year-old war veteran and author of biography Forgotten Highlander said last night he was "overwhelmed" by the response to his book.
The head of a Dundee charity that helps abuse victims has said children are becoming increasingly vulnerable to internet predators who target their victims through social networking sites.
Bethesda Studios' new RPG may have its weaknesses, but it all adds up to a flawed masterpiece we're happy to class as a "must-buy".
Music star Calvin Harris is used to crowds at his gigs going crazy -- but he had a reaction he wasn't expecting in Dundee last night when he was caught in the face by a flying shoe.