Razor blades and human biohazards: What does Crime and Punishment tell us about British society and its prisoners?
Twenty years after opening, Dundee Contemporary Arts remains a hugely important cultural beacon in the city.
From whichever direction you come, the drive to the Glenisla Hotel is pretty magnificent, with the beautiful Angus Glens unfurling their dramatic grandeur as you drive deeper in. At this time of year it’s especially moving to see the farmland being prepared for autumn and winter, a poignant reminder of the power of nature, the cycle of life – and possibly where your lunch is coming from.
In a week where Paul Hollywood probably wished his own blast of Summer loving had been confined to a Grease lyric, Bake Off now really needs a showstopper contestant as well as a cake to deflect some tabloid heat from the silver fox.
A restaurant owner has threatened legal action against a city worker who posted a vitriolic one-star review of her meal.
Picture the scene – it’s 2003, I’m newly vegan and listening to Meat is Murder by The Smiths on repeat. Yes, I was insufferable, although you might have cheered me up if you’d told me that in 2019 not only would vegan cheese actually be edible but that the UK’s first vegan hotel would be opening up right on my doorstep in Pitlochry.
A grown man stotting around a muddy field in a skirt and heels channelling his inner Freddie Mercury (think the I Want To Break Free video).
The Gauldry Arms, in the Fife village of Gauldry, is that rare thing we all wish we had – an unassuming nearby pub serving really good food. It’s not a gastro pub and doyennes of design might not enthuse about the furniture which is haphazardly serviceable.
Romantic chart-topper Lewis Capaldi felt the love at Perth Concert Hall on Saturday night.
Scores of older people in Angus are facing an uncertain future after a leading housing association confirmed it is reviewing its sheltered housing provision.