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Elfingrove review: It’s not quite Glasgow’s equivalent of Fyre Festival, but new Christmas event is disappointing
GlasgGLOW meets Night at the Museum meets Elf was what the latest festive attraction to hit Glasgow was billed as, but a less-than-perfect opening night led to some calling Elfingrove the city's answer to Fyre Festival.
It needs a decent blaw to get going, never a problem in this wind-battered country of ours, but a different story in sun-baked Tenerife.
Many of us won’t even admit we let our pet cats and dogs sleep with us.
Nowhere is as magical as Scotland at Christmas time, from the lochs and snow to the Christmas markets, abundant history and quintessentially charming Scottish hospitality.
Introduced by Prince Albert in the 1800s, the Christmas tree has now come to be the pillar of all festive decorations.
Twas the first of December, when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. I crept out into the early-morning darkness, past the holly and the ivy growing on my fence, for I was on a very special mission.
Yes, he is still going boldly forth – William Shatner that is.
As many as 16 million Brits suffer from sleep deprivation.
A well-balanced diet can boost our physical and mental health, but have you ever stopped to consider how your food is effecting your face?
Part of Scotland’s charm is that its dramatic and atmospheric landscapes look picture-perfect in all seasons.
The Orkney Islands have a renowned reputation as a must-see place for history, nature, events, culture and leisure. Having recently moved to the Islands to start work in his new role of Business Development Manager at the council’s marine services, Paul Olvhoj is in a perfect position to summarise what Orkney offers and the main aspects of the marine business.