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The Art of Hospitality — Review

Venue: 13 Claremont Crescent, Crescent House (Venue 109) Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Fringe is back. And with the steady flow of old and new faces, acts, and names for nightclubs, it’s easy…

Felicity Cloake’s ‘One More Croissant for the Road’

Whilst sleet batters against the flimsy window of my bedroom, I sit under a duvet, blanket and hot water bag in an effort to revive my icy toes. Good ole’…

Top festive recipes to get you in spirit

Amidst the endless flurry of deadlines, uncertainty and the wonders and wearies of “hybrid learning,” there is solace to be found in the creation, completion and consumption of some well-earned…

Is the European Union’s Green Deal as green as it seems?

Take a look at the European Union’s (EU) Green Deal Investment Plan, on the EU Commission’s website, with its promises of reducing carbon emissions, increasing global biodiversity and contributing to…

Let the gourd times roll. What to do with your leftover Halloween pumpkin

Think the myriad witches, scary movies or approaching deadlines are the spookiest part of Halloween? Well, think again my friend. I’ll tell you something that’s a lot more horrific and…

Lunch and coffee at Victor Hugo – a foodie’s review

Rain was batterring against my poor excuse of a jacket. The Meadows were deserted save for a stray dog walker. Did someone forget to tell Edinburgh that it is still…

Viva la local – why we shouldn’t forget about the ‘shop local’ campaign

Indulge me for a minute. I want you to cast your mind back to a time before lockdown. To a time before the streets of Edinburgh turned into a ghost…

Eat Out to Help Out at Maki & Ramen

For someone who spent the majority of lockdown in a sleepy town in the depths of the south east, returning to Edinburgh felt like a modern take on The Great…