Campbell’s Soup cans and Marilyn Monroe screen prints ensure that Andy Warhol’s legacy continues to be felt more than 30 years after his death in 1987 and they grab your attention on arrival at this latest exhibition which takes its name from a declaration the icon of the Pop Art movement made in an interview in 1963.
Property lawyer Katie Corrigan’s frustration at not being able to find the right coat for work has led her to design her own Scotland-tailored range.
Michelin pay back There were some indignant noises at the weekend over the amount of public money that has been pumped into the Michelin tyre plant in Dundee over the years. Quite right. The company has received up to £8 million in state handouts to pay for a variety of improvements at the seemingly doomed […]
Silent Light, part of Edinburgh’s Christmas, is an exclusive event in an inclusive setting, says Andy Moseley
Panmure House in Edinburgh’s Canongate, once a home to the economist Adam Smith, has been formally opened as an academic centre and a celebration of the Scottish Enlightenment for hosting debates, talks and events.