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Changing Landscapes

Time to feature a guest blog from Janna Greenhalgh, editor of ‘Round and About – Mull and Iona’ magazine: http://www.roundandaboutmull.co.uk/  Look out for R&A in local shops every month, with loads of useful information and events, including ranger news. 288 more words


Eddi Reader. Vagabond. Reveal Records.

Oh dear. Eddi Reader is in danger of becoming a national treasure. With appearances on Question Time and the Terry Wogan radio show and her album of Robert Burns’ songs the favoured selection of a good percentage of Scots each January she’s matured into becoming one of the pillars of Scottish music and in the meantime picking up an MBE. 501 more words


Thursday 16th January: Celtic Connections Commences

One of Glasgow’s most unique festivals – Celtic Connections – started today with its Opening Concert at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, featuring violinist Nicola Benedetti alongside fellow musicians including Julie Fowlis, Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham. 109 more words


Celtic Connections Preview

Just as Celtic Connections comes round again this is a great interview with Donald Shaw and Joe Boyd talking about cultural revival and featuring Martyn Bennett with Cuillin Music from 1999. 47 more words


Hitting The Media Over And Over And Over And Over

I have briefly stated before how PR is not advertising, but those in PR strategically use different forms of advertising to leverage the success of their goal. 506 more words

Public Relations

Celtic Connections 2012 - Solo Cissokho and Fidil with Fatoumata Diawara and Michael McGoldrick

The warmth and bright colors of Africa swept through snowy Glasgow in a gust of beautiful music, delighting a standing-room-only crowd at the lovely St Andrews in the Square.  544 more words


The Union

The following is not strictly about the First Amendment. However, I wanted to comment on something relevant to the 40th National Day celebration here in the United Arab Emirates this weekend, as well as the current economic crisis in Europe. 782 more words