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Record crowd sees NFL touch down in Tottenham
THE first ever American football game hosted at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium saw the arena record its biggest attendance to date. A total of 60,463 fans watched the Oakland Raiders beat the Chicago Bears in the first of four NFL contests staged in Lo (More)
The Exorcist leaves audiences’ heads spinning
BILL Kenwright's adaptation of The Exorcist seeped terror into the aisles of Edinburgh King’s Theatre this week. The Exorcist goes down in horror history as one of the most famous, or infamous, of its time. Originating from true events in 1949, Th (More)
Experiencing subtle racism from childhood to university
TOO white to be black and too black to be white, growing up mixed race in Scotland was a constant struggle of identity for a girl like Maya Priestley. Maya, 21, was born in Scotland’s multicultural capital city of Edinburgh, where she was raised f (More)
Instagram influencer: "you end up living a lie"
AN INSTAGRAM celebrity has exposed the reality of finding fame online, describing her life as becoming "a lie." Ella Ravenscroft, 21, is from Manchester and has been a fashion influencer on the photo-sharing app for three years. An occupation m (More)
Talks "continue" over banned Orange Order marches
THE Orange Order has maintained the banning of its marches in Glasgow was illegal and say talks with the authorities are ongoing. Ian McNeil, executive officer for the Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland, said negotiations are continuing over the prohi (More)
Historic vote sees Queen’s Park turn professional
A VOTE at Queen’s Park Football Club has seen the SPFL League Two side end its 152-year amateur status. On November 14 an overwhelming majority of club members voted in favour of turning professional and as a result, Glasgow's Queen's Park became (More)
Scouting For Girls back on track for Stirling
SCOUTING For Girls fans hoping to see the band at the Albert Halls this Friday can rest easy with the news that the sold-out gig will definitely go ahead. The band had to postpone their gig in Kirkwall, Orkney at short notice last weekend after fr (More)
Highland rockers to perform in Stirling
WHEN three guys from the Isle of Lewis released their first single Salt and Pepper, few could have predicted the viral sensation which would follow. Six months on, Peat and Diesel have sold out the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow and are establishe (More)
No illusion to Bibby's success
WHEN Elliot Bibby made history by becoming the first magician to perform at Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom last weekend, it was the result of years of hard work. However, Bibby is keen to dispel misconceptions about his unusual profession. He said: (More)
Student problems same for everyone, says author
WRITER Rachel Sargeant says the world of her new university-set novel is relatable to all and that freshers' concerns are "human condition." The Roommates is the fourth novel by the Gloucester-based author, who has two children of university age, (More)
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