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Review: Le Haggis at Dumfries' Big Burns Supper

Billed as ‘Scotland’s sexiest cabaret show’, Le Haggis has returned to Dumfries’ Burns Night celebrations for the second year running. And we’re lucky enough to get a ticket! 348 more words

Scotland Etc

Tea With Robert Burns

Robert Burns and I met for tea at Flavors Bakery where the scones are without peer.  He hung his tweeds on the coat stand by the door, and I called to Janet that a spot of the Earl wouldn’t be unwelcome.  1,493 more words

Faith

Burns night

In Scozia si trova sempre un motivo per festeggiare (leggi: bere). In Gennaio è il turno di Robert Burns, il poeta nazionale scozzese. Non ne avevate mai sentito parlare? 786 more words

Scozia

What You Eat: Ode to a Haggis

In anticipation of the Little Patuxent Review‘s Food Issue launch tomorrow, January 24, several members of the LPR community have shared stories of what they eat. 1,079 more words

Food

Old Friends

Something I don’t think I’ll ever really understand or be able to truly accept is how easily some people can leave your life. Two years ago I was positive that whatever happened, the friends I had would be the ones by my side for all of life’s adventures. 712 more words

Decisions

Kings Kaleidoscope: "All Glory Be to Christ," to "Auld Lang Syne"

Wish I’d found this by New Year’s – a rendition of “All Glory Be to Christ” to the tune of “Auld Lang Syne” by Kings Kaleidoscope… 10 more words

Nerderous Rampage

Funny the Way It Is.

So I am fighting the urge to quote Alanis Morrisette because my life is being SO IRONIC right now. Bonus points if you can get the reference in the title. 1,487 more words

Narration