The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is brilliant for kids but you have to do some groundwork in advance. Turn up without a plan (and a packed lunch, waterproofs and plenty of steely determination) and you're in for a tough time.Read Full Story
Finally the August long weekend is here, and there's definitely no shortage of things to do: from seeing Drake in concert to indulging in delicious American cuisine, there are six events you definitely don't want to miss.Read Full Story
Established in 1947 Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the world's largest arts festival. Part of the beauty of the festival is that it doesn't have a jury, meaning each year features a huge range of experimental shows that might be excluded from a more traditional arts festival. This year no less than 3,314 shows are featured. For starters here are 20 that are guaranteed to impress.Read Full Story
It's tough out there for those of us who are redheads. With superior genetics, passion and desirability, we sometimes have a hard time fitting in with a world full of brunettes and blonds. I get it. We are like unicorns. But even unicorns need a space to bond and celebrate from time to time, and a local bar just isn't cutting it.Read Full Story
I've been hooked on live music since my first smoldering summer Warped Tour in 2003. Decked in my favorite Anti-Flag T-shirt and black chucks, I absorbed the energy of the festival like a sponge. Joining in singing, crowd surfing, mingling with other festival-goers. It was one of the best experiences, and I went back every year of high school.Read Full Story
T in the Park 2015 has finally been given the green light by Perth and Kinross Council, who have been considering the organisers' planning application in the light of a couple of ospreys who have set up home on the festival site.Read Full Story
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