Today (30 January) is Young Carers Awareness Day – a day where we give thanks for all the amazing hard work that young carers around the country do, and raise awareness of the issues and challenges facing them.
Get your bank accounts ready, because Edinburgh Summer Sessions have just announced their line-up, and we’re buzzing.
Today (25 January) is the day we celebrate Scotland’s national treasure; the man who put our humble country on the map, whose words and poetry have been heard and celebrated all around the world. No, not Rod Stewart (our adopted son). That’s right, we’re talking Robert Burns.
Today (25 January) is the start of Lunar New Year, otherwise known as Chinese New Year – 新年快乐, Happy New Year! 2020 is the Year of the Rat, but what does this year have in store for you?
We’ve all had days where we just couldn’t face the thought of getting out of bed and heading to school, uni or your part-time job. It happens to the best of us.
Delve into the world of science behind some of your favourite movie moments at Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) this February with Science Lates: Sound and Screen. Cultural events co-ordinator at Glasgow Science Centre, Chris Banks, tells us why you should go along.
There’s no doubt about it – January is definitely the worst month of the year. It’s dark, cold, wet and it’s no longer acceptable to play Christmas tunes. What’s even the point?
We’ve been waiting over three years for Glasgow lads Twin Atlantic to release their fourth LP, now it’s less than 10 days until you can get your hands on Power.