Exciting Scottish sports news from our sports writer Cameron Steer! November's concluding World Cup qualifying fixtures brought a lot of fortune for Scottish football fans as two wins in our last two games confirmed a seeded place in the World Cup Play-Off Semi Final...
In Scotland’s Orkney Islands, marine energy is being tirelessly developed through tidal machines that work to harness the currents to create energy underwater.
Aisla Craig plays a large role in one of Scotland’s great pleasures of life: the sport of curling.
Next month, on November 17th, social enterprise Scotland Re:Design will commence the annual Scottish Fashion Festival with a fundraising runway show at the V&A Dundee.
As of October 15, Scotland has launched the first ever UNESCO trail to celebrate and highlight the geographical and cultural diversity that can be found in its beautiful country.
The first shows to be unveiled as part of Celtic Connections 2022 are available to view now at www.celticconnections.com
Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival celebrates its connections to cultures across the globe. From 20 January – 6 February 2022, over 2,100 musicians from around the world bring the city to life for 18 days.
Today, on the 20th anniversary of September 11, the Board of The American-Scottish Foundation® shares a musical tribute from composer and performer Laura Mcghee, “Commemoration”.
Sports Report: ASF’s Sports Ambassador & Reporter Cameron Steer reflects on the highs and lows of the recent British and Irish Lions Rugby Tour.
Edinburgh’s famous and beloved landmark building, the former Royal High School, is now set to become a National Centre for Music, thanks to a plan put in motion by Edinburgh arts philanthropist Carol Grigor.