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Over the weekend, Braemar will host a stellar cast of names from the world of fashion, led by Justine Picardie, editor-in-chief of Harper’s Bazaar.
From grey and green ladies to corpses hidden in walls, you can follow a trail of hauntings and terrifying tales through the castles and grand houses of the Aberdeenshire and Moray.
A charity movie festival will take place at the Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen next month.
South Uist stalwart, Jimmy Hutchison, is being inducted into Scottish Traditional Music Hall of Fame
Jimmy Hutchison is one of Scotland’s most distinctive and idiosyncratic musicians.
He was the Aberdeen photographer who gained global exposure for his images of rugged landscapes, resplendent scenery and royalty.
John Cooper Clarke lives life in razor-sharp focus.
Joe and Helen Hammill have never been interested in following the herd or pursuing low ambitions.
He has been nicknamed 'The Man with the Golden Voice' and there won't be many music aficionados who haven't heard Paul Carrack bring a lyric to life.
A giant wall has been transformed into a riot of colour after primary school pupils from Culter School in Peterculter teamed up with an artistic resident from Eastleigh Care Home.
A drab wall has been transformed into a vibrant canvas by an inter-generational team of pensioners and schoolchildren.
Thousands of visitors have been flocking to the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh to see a major exhibition which lifts the lid on an intriguing story – how Scotland came to be seen by the rest of the world as a country that’s wild, majestic and romantic.
An Aberdeen theatre which beams its Hogmanay celebrations around the world has revealed this year's line-up.
Aberdeen actress Rose Leslie is among the cast in a stellar line-up for Kenneth Branagh's new film.
Organisers have announced two events planned as part of the Across the Grain festival have been cancelled due to lack of interest.
An Aberdeen University work has won an award from the US Shorts Film Festival in Los Angeles.
All things gaming and pop culture props from wizards and Westeros to feature at north-east convention
Aberdeen will be awash with all things entertainment next week, as the city’s largest gaming and pop culture event makes its return.
Paul Murton admits he is in love with Orkney and Shetland and fascinated by the islands' strong links with the Vikings.
An Australian street artist has brightened up one of Aberdeen city centre's darker spots with vibrant neon paint.
Comedian Russell Howard was at P&J Live in Aberdeen for one night only as part of his biggest tour to date - and he did not disappoint.
A Gray's School of Art graduate has chosen Huntly as the inspiration for her latest work.
It is a testament to the talent and charm of the cast that considerable technical difficulties did not dampen the audience’s enjoyment of Little Miss Sunshine as the musical comedy began its run in Aberdeen last night.
Youngsters in Aberdeen are being given the chance to add items to a time capsule as part of the city's science centre revamp.
Award-winning artists, makers and designers are opening their studio doors to the public this weekend.
It's one of the most keenly anticipated literary contests in Scotland.
Cannes Short Film Festival has screened a poignant new work about one of Scotland's worst maritime tragedies.
A young Aberdeen musician is among the contenders for a prestigious music prize.
They were one of the biggest pop acts of the 1970s, a group who orchestrated hits and hysteria wherever they ventured.
It’s 50 years ago this week since the death of the man who brought Oor Wullie and The Broons to life
He was the modest man who breathed life into such unforgettable characters as Oor Wullie, The Broons and Desperate Dan.
One of the exhibitors at this month’s Aberdeen Art Fair, which is returning to the recently-refurbished Music Hall after a four-year absence, is still working on some of her Aberdeenshire landscapes for the annual event.
One of Scotland's foremost historians once made a promise to his aunt Margaret at the end of her life that he would write a little island's story and his family's part in it.
She was the north-east woman who murdered a king.
Human nature, determination and endeavour will be the themes of a book festival taking place in the Western Isles later this year.