It’s an old saying, ‘Ignorance is bliss’. It is used to persuade us that it is better for you if you do not know all the facts.
Sarah McQuaid’s new single The Silence Above Us is due to be realised on Friday 29th January. In the article she tells us how her new album was created during Covid19.
James Chalmers former College lecturer and JRS member is attempting to row across the Rae Strait in his living room as his part of the John Rae Challenge to help raise money for the restoration of the Hall of Clestrain
Maeshowe: an Orkney Saga is on Kickstarter now and you can receive a copy of the published game in return for backing the project up until it finishes on 4th February 2021.
“I have often said to myself what are the boasted advantages which my country reaps from a certain Union that counterbalance the annihilation of her Independence, and even her very name!” Robert Burns
Scottish tourism businesses have another opportunity to link up with global tour operators and travel agents “virtually”.
Children, young people, policy makers and anyone with an interest in children and young people’s rights are invited to join the conversation at UNCON 3.0
From 9am to 9pm on Friday 15 January, writers of all levels from across Scotland can tweet pitch their work to top Scottish literary agents and publishers
The next show on in the windows of the Northlight Gallery Stromness is “Different Strands” by Karen Tweed.
This year the survey of our garden visitors take place over the weekend of 29th to 31st of January.