“Looking back, I realise I captured the birth of rock’n’roll”
As the tectonic plates shift and the world judders, Colin Montgomery takes himself off to Ayrshire
It’s the kind of place where everyone is younger than you but kind enough not to notice
Best remembered for Breakfast at Tiffany’s Truman Capote’s real magnum opus was far darker says Kennedy Wilson
The only thing ever questioned is why people don’t drink, it’s a qualifier for belonging
Disability Payment will replace PIP for disabled people of working agein Scotland
Ministers took to the airwaves to lie, not obfuscate, or divert attention, but actually lie about what Johnson had said
At the time of writing, France is in the middle of presidential elections. I’m predicting Macron again – but only just!
Tom Wheeler makes a decent fist of trying to justify bubble gum pop and Cheesy Wotsits
After they drowned her I tried to make myself as small as my hands when they were clasped in prayer
Accusations of monstrous bad behaviour quickly poisoned the well of the station’s much loved community spirit
Tim Bell (self-portrait) sends out a call to writers and would be writers to send in contributions for the second volume of Leith’s very own compendium of new writing: The Darting Salamander.
It’s just a rumor that was spread around townBy the women and childrenSoon we’ll be shipbuilding Elvis Costello
John S Tantallon interviews Ghosts Trapped Underground’s Jade Cappaso about her childhood encounter in Leith
Hawthornvale in Newhaven is a community within a community, Dougie Ratcliffe tells us more
Regulations from a bygone era continue, but the writing is on the wall: The numbers don’t lie