It's 2014 in Aberdeen and times have changed - last time you were out it was 2004. Your hopes of reliving your mis-spent youth on a night out in Ministry have been dashed. No one told you it had changed to Pearl Lounge!
When Scottish band Wet Wet Wet opened the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre as the largest north-east music venue on March 4, 1990, it was an affair complete with the cutting of a red ribbon.
In a studio in Scottish Ballet’s purpose-built facility within the Tramway in Glasgow, a group of dancers are rehearsing for the company’s latest spellbinding production of Swan Lake.
Poised with a polished demeanour, Fiona Bruce never comes across as anything less than immaculate.
Hannah Rudd, from the Rambert dance company, tells Laura Redpath about her love of dance
As north-east based Myrtle Productions prepare for the Edinburgh Fringe, Laura Redpath speaks to creator Jennie Chalmers to find out how it all started
While everyone outside of Inverness spent their youth searching for Nessie, those growing up in the heart of the town had other priorities.
2014 is a year of firsts for Aberdeen International Youth Festival (AIYF) which has been running for 42 years.
Here are 14 Aberdeen childhood favourites that anyone growing up in the early 90s is guaranteed to have done at some point in their youth.
Welcome to the Press and Journal's Doric dictionary, complete with audio translation - just incase you weren't sure how to pronounce what you're reading!