Free At Last – Martin Luther King

February 23, 2012


“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.” By Ryan Baird Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr is a name known throughout the world, and rightly so. Dr. King […]

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Child Sex Trafficking on the Rise

February 22, 2012


By Lacey Dolan Child sex trafficking in Scotland is at it worst levels according to Tam Baillie, the commissioner of Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People. Many Scottish people are completely unaware of the extent of the nature of this problem. According to The Guardian at least 80 children have been imported here illegally […]

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From Tamagotchis to Tablets…

February 22, 2012


By Lacey Dolan With the festive season finally behind us and the forced interaction with various family members on hold for another year, I was quite intrigued by the number of toys my 6 year old brother had received from “Santa” and just how vast the difference was between my chosen gifts in the early […]

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Mastodon live at the Barrowlands

February 21, 2012


Mastodon celebrate the release of their highly anticipated fifth album, The Hunter by embarking on a world wide tour stopping in the Barrowlands in Glasgow for another sold out show. The show opens with Red Fang’s unique blend of Heavy Metal and Stoner Rock and although they aren’t very well known, and a lot of […]

Alestorm live at the Garage.

February 21, 2012


  The Perth based Alestorm return to Scotland for one date on the Useless Drunken Bastards Tour and stop off at the Glasgow Garage for a night of pirate themed debauchery.The night kicks off with Irish folk metal band Darkest Era who get the crowd moving and inspire a few jigs in a few of […]

David Bailey: Godfather of Cool

February 20, 2012


“You adapt to who you are photographing. It’s their personality, not mine I want.” By David Wren Photographer, filmmaker, painter, sculptor. David Bailey possesses all of these talents as well as being an icon of Swinging 60s London. He has now been working in the photography industry for 53 years and it looks like the […]

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What Now for Rangers?

February 16, 2012


What Next for Rangers? As Rangers finally enter into Administration what does the future hold for one of Scotland’s oldest and biggest football clubs?   By David Marshall   A stunned silence fell over the football community in Britain when Rangers filed their intention to go into Administration on the 13th February 2012. The very […]

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