Sports | Cycling

Men's world championships road race resumes after protest

Protesters halted the men's road race at the UCI World Championships for almost an hour on Sunday, stopping the peloton in its tracks after 80km.

News | News

Scotland’s new first minister Humza Yousaf has met with Hamas, bashes Israel

In Gaza, “people are starving and dying a slow death,” he has said.

News | International News

Scottish First Minister Resigns After London Vetoes Transgender Law

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon resigned on Tuesday after a controversial transgender recognition bill was vetoed by the British government last month.

News | Antisemitism Watch

Researcher Who Referred to ‘Jewish Financial Power’ To Give Lecture at University of Edinburgh

Anti-Israel protestors, c. 2021. Photo: Matt Hrkac/Wikimedia Commons. A London researcher known for using antisemitic tropes was invited to be …

Travel | Travel

So You Want to Be a Scottish Innkeeper…A Remote Scottish Island Is Hiring Someone to Run Its 3-Room Bed & Breakfast

Canna is a tiny Gaelic-speaking island off the coast of Scotland and residents are looking for someone to run its bed and breakfast, a 1904 Edwardian villa.

Sports | Cycling

Pan Celtic Race 2021 ~The Film~

On July 4th 2021, after the postponement of our 2020 race, riders from all over the UK set off from Maker Heights in Cornwall to embark on a much needed and ...

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

10 Facts About 'Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip with Sam and Graham' | Mental Floss

'Outlander' stars Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish are celebrating all things Scotland in their new travel series, 'Men in Kilts.'

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The art of making whisky - Peloton Magazine

Thick and sweet, the air settles around my shoulders like an embrace. They call this the “angel’s share,” an intoxicating and tantalizing aroma that makes the air rich and flavorful and exotic. I can almost feel the alcohol in every breath I take, f

Sports | Cycling

Highland Adventures - Peloton Magazine

“So wondrous wild, the whole might seem / the scenery of a fairy dream.” — from “The Lady of the Lake,” by Sir Walter Scott Gravel riding may be cycling’s latest craze, but it’s nothing new. In Britain, touring cyclists were venturing onto u

Entertainment | Music

MURDERBURGERS FEST 16 Rational Anthem Masked Intruder High Dive 10/29/17

MURDERBURGERS FEST 16 Rational Anthem Masked Intruder High Dive 10/29/17 #PunkRock #PopPunk #Gainesville #Florida #TheFest #Scotland

Entertainment | Music

On tour with the Whisky River Boat Band

Go on tour with the Whisky River Boat Band as they perform for tourists along Scotland's Spey trail. If they'd packed their kit into the back of the usual ol...

Sports | Surfing/SUPing

Water of Life | SUP Magazine

Water of Life. Exploring SUP — and whisky — in Scotland

News | The News

Britain's election: rise of Scottish and English nationalists threatens old order | Politics | The Guardian

On 7 May, Britain goes to the polls. Voters are deserting Labour and the Tories in favour of resurgent Scottish nationalists and an English version of the Tea Party. The result could spell the end for the system as we know it

Politics | Politics

Scotland referendum: Scots reject independence in historic vote

Scottish voters have rejected independence and decided that Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom.

Politics | Politics

Scottish independence referendum result - YouGov predicts 54% no, 46% yes - live | Politics | theguardian.com

Andrew Sparrow, Claire Phipps and Paul Owen with rolling coverage of the results of the Scottish independence referendum as they come in, plus reaction and analysis of the vote that could lead to Scotland…

Politics | Politics

Up to a Point: A Free Scotland Would Be a Hilarious Disaster

An independent Scotland would be a catastrophe as a country. But it would also be very entertaining for reporters like P.J. O’Rourke.

News | In The News

Scots Independence Genie Fires Separatist Dreams of EU Statehood - Bloomberg

A short walk from Edinburgh Castle, past tourist stores hawking kilts and tartan scarves, a church hall is about to become a patch of Barcelona for the day.

News | In The News

Cameron to head to Scotland as independence campaign gathers steam - Yahoo News

From Yahoo News: By Angus MacSwan and Guy Faulconbridge EDINBURGH/LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron implored Scots on Tuesday not to vote for independence in next week's referendum after an opinion poll showed a surge in support for a break

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

The end of the 300 year union? Scottish independence: Poll puts Yes in lead - The Scotsman

THE YES CAMPAIGN is ahead in the Scottish referendum battle for the first time, according to a poll, amid signs of infighting among senior figures backing the union.

News | News

Oops! Damaging boycott is cost of Glasgow flag stunt

PLANS to bring 600 US visitors to Glasgow have been abandoned because of the city council’s decision to fly the Palestinian flag.

Travel | Travel

14 Places You'd Never Believe Were In Scotland

Snow-capped mountains, palm trees, turquoise seas... Scotland really does have it all. If it wasn't for the midges, it would be pretty much...