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  • The Blackhouse: Murder in the Hebrides
    The Blackhouse: Murder in the Hebrides
    Cold rain and barren cliffs. Violent murder. Complicated relationships. Sounds like your average murder mystery, right? Wrong. Peter May’s The Blackhouse is anything but average.Published in English by Quarcus in the United Kingdom in 2011,...
  • Indigo Hotel Glasgow: a transformed landmark building
    Indigo Hotel Glasgow: a transformed landmark building
    Fashioned out of a landmark 19th century building, Indigo Hotel is a boutique luxury property conveniently positioned in the heart of Glasgow a five-minute walk from central train station.Once housing the city’s first electric power station...
  • 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...
  • The Robertsons are back with a 2-hour season premiere
    'Duck Dynasty' season premiere: The Robertsons are funny again, but for how long
    “Duck Dynasty" returned for Season 7 Wednesday night. It is hard to believe it has been that long since the Robertson clan first came into our living rooms. In this season premiere, the bearded men and their wives literally immerse...
  • 'Brave' reveals the heart of a true princess
    'Brave' reveals the heart of a true princess
    From a studio that has such iconic and memorable films as “Toy Story”, “Finding Nemo”, and “Wall-e” in its wake, Pixar’s rendition of the movie, “Brave”, offers a unique perspective to the...
  • 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...
  • Man claims to have captured photos of the Loch Ness Monster
    Man claims to have captured photos of the Loch Ness Monster
    A tree planter has made claims that he has captured video and photos of the Loch Ness Monster, that is according to the Nov. 9 reports of both the Metro and The Mirror. Richard Collis had taken what is believed to be photos and videos of Nessie...
  • 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 ...
  • Paranormal expert wants to revisit the Nessie legend
    Paranormal expert wants to revisit the Nessie legend
    Well it looks like the Loch Ness Monster is back in the news according today, Oct 20 reports from both The Scotsman and Aberdeen Press and Journal. Jonathan Bright is the paranormal investigator behind the new search, he's based off in Athens....
  • Barbary monkeys
    Gibraltar to deport troop of troublemaking monkeys to Scotland
    The town of Stirling, Scotland has offered to become a penal colony. Well, not the town, actually, but near it. Also, the colony will not be home to human prisoners, but rather 30 of Gibraltar’s most notorious monkeys.Blair Drummond Safari...
  • 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...
  • 18 Photos of each hole at Gleneagles home of 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland
    18 Photos of each hole at Gleneagles home of 2014 Ryder Cup in Scotland
    The following is list and slideshow of 18 photos of each of the holes at Gleneagles PGA Centenary course, where the 2014 Ryder Cup is taking place from September 25-28, 2014, in Scotland.The photos in the slideshow are in order from the first hole...
  • Scotland Decides
    Time to deliver devolution promises in Scotland
    September 18 was no ordinary day in Scotland. It was history in the making when record number of Scots voted in a referendum that provided them a rare chance to break away from the 307 year old union with the United Kingdom. Polls in the weeks...
  • Scotland stays with the UK
    Scotland opts to stay with the United Kingdom
    Scotland has decided to stay in the United Kingdom, keeping a 307-year-old agreement intact. Voters turned out in droves to have a say on whether or not they should become an independent nation, or continue their partnership with England.The...
  • Scotland decides to stay part of the United Kingdom
    Queen Elizabeth issues statement on Scotland referendum
    Queen Elizabeth has issued a statement on the Scotland independence vote, which was a No. Buckingham Palace released the statement Friday morning United Kingdom time, September 19, 2014. The Telegraph reported that 54% voted for Scotland to remain...