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  • Forensic Archeologists Sift through Ruins of Mackintosh Library
    Forensic Archeologists Sift through Ruins of Mackintosh Library
    Early last week, forensic archeologists began to sort through the ashes of The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Library, housed in the Mackintosh Building, which suffered fire damage on Friday, May 23, 2014. Completed in 1909 and designed...
  • CitizenM: Glasgow’s quirky ‘futuristic’ hotel
    CitizenM: Glasgow’s quirky ‘futuristic’ hotel
    Fancy staying at a chic hotel full of quirky surprises near the center of Scotland’s largest city? Then citizenM in downtown Glasgow may be just the place.From the moment you walk through its sliding doors and see ornamentations including a...
  • A taste of Glasgow cuisine
    A taste of Glasgow cuisine
    A combination of a strong cosmopolitan influence, Celtic creativity and an abundance of local produce from the surrounding Scottish countryside means Glasgow boasts many fine restaurants.Featured in a myriad of movies (one, featuring Brad Pitt in ...
  • God Help the Girl
    'God Help the Girl' Movie Review
    If you’re looking for a feel-good musical, run to your local art house cinema and catch ‘God Help the Girl.’ It has an irresistible cast, hip mod-inspired fashion and uplifting indie pop music. ‘God Help the Girl’ is...
  • Loch Lomond Scotland
    Loch Lomond: Wedding destination with a fairy tale twist
    You've seen it: The shots in a movie that sweep across a beautiful lake and onto a quaint cottage nestled into trees along the bank. The couple, dressed in signature bride and groom wear, smile joyfully as they gaze into each others eyes and...
  • MOVIE REVIEW:  Music and whimsy make GOD HELP THE GIRL a cinematic delight
    MOVIE REVIEW: Music and whimsy make GOD HELP THE GIRL a cinematic delight
    With a beguiling adorable awkwardness, first time screenwriter/director Stuart Murdoch puts a song in your heart and a spring in your step with the oh-so-lovely, GOD HELP THE GIRL. Lead singer-songwriter of the Scottish pop/rock group Belle &...
  • Michael Cassidy
    Michael Cassidy: From Glasgow, Scotland to Toronto and Canadian Music Week
    Michael Cassidy's story has taken him from Inverness to Cornwall, and eventually to winning the Gerry Rafferty songwriting competition. As one of the many international artists coming to Toronto for the Canadian Music Week festival 2014, he&...
  • Under the Skin
    'Under the Skin' Movie Review
    Like its title, ‘Under the Skin’ may frustrate some moviegoers that expect everything to be neatly spelled out for them in a narrative. For those cinephiles that enjoy deeply thematic art-house fare, it’s an electrifying and...
  • Helicopter pulled from Glasgow pub after crasj
    Helicopter pulled out of Glasgow pub after crash
    Patrons at a pub in Scotland were killed over the weekend after a helicopter smashed into the building during a ska band performance. Authorities are still pulling people out of the pub and identifying bodies.The BBC reported on Dec 2 that a...
  • Glasgow helicopter crash: 8 dead, few trapped in Glasgow police helicopter crash
    Glasgow helicopter crash: 8 dead, few trapped in Glasgow police helicopter crash
    The Glasgow helicopter crash has resulted in eight fatalities so far and many people trapped when a police helicopter crashed on an iconic pub in Glasgow in Scotland. The Glasgow helicopter crashed into the roof of a well-known pub in Glasgow in...
  • Police chopper crashes into crowded pub, death toll expected to rise
    Police chopper crashes into crowded pub, death toll expected to rise
    Around 10:25 p.m. on Nov. 29 in Glasgow, Scotland, a police helicopter crashed into a packed Glasgow pub, The Clutha, as patrons were enjoying some Friday night revelry and live music.A still unknown number of patrons were trapped inside the...
  • Police helicopter crashes into Scotland pub with dozens injured and one confirmed death.
    Police helicopter crashes into Scotland pub: Human chain forms to get folks out
    A police helicopter crashed into a crowded Glasgow, Scotland pub on Friday night, when it was packed for a busy event. One person is confirmed dead, but authorities are expecting to find more causalities as they search the collapsed building,...
  • A high performance police helicopter crashed late on Friday night into a crowded Glasgow, Scotland bar
    Violent crash of police helicopter into Glasgow pub claims multiple victims
    A Eurocopter EC135 T2 being used by the Strathclyde Police, registration G-SPAO, crashed into a packed pub in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013 at 10:25 p.m. local time killing three people aboard the helicopter and causing multiple...
  • Glasgow’s got it all going on for a great girlfriend getaway
    Glasgow’s got it all going on for a great girlfriend getaway
    As demonstrated by the slew of awards they received in recent years, Glasgow is clearly having a (very long) moment. Case in Point: In 1990 Glasgow was awarded European Culture Capital, 1999 brought the UK City of Architecture and Design award,...
  • Walter Smith
    Walter Smith appointed Rangers chairman
    Former Rangers manager Walter Smith has been named as non-executive chairman of the club, it has been confirmed to the Stock Exchange.Smith had been a non-executive director since November, 2012, and the move is likely to be a popular one with...