Edinburgh Life

Archivé depuis November / December 2013

50 numéros

There is nowhere quite like Edinburgh. Its heady mix of history, heritage architecture, the professions, art, literature, museums, theatre, festivals, sporting prowess, the geography and the topography, its people, their interests and where they live…the list goes on and on.

Yet it is a sad truism that for many who are indigenous to an area, that same area, if not a closed book to them, has few of its chapters read.

It is so easy to miss, dismiss or overlook the intrinsic beauty of the familiar and the commonplace as we negotiate life’s hurly-burly.

Edinburgh Life strives to put that right. Each issue celebrates the myriad facets of our capital city and its environs, inviting a closer appreciation and sometimes proffering an alternative and surprising aspect of the place we think we know so well.

Edinburgh Life is for those who enjoy the finer aspects of life, whether they cost money or perhaps just a bit of precious free time to enjoy.

Heritage, history, people, places, where to go, what to eat, what to do, where to meet. In short, there is something for everyone!

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Features:  
Rhododendron riddles at the Botanics
Royal Highland Show history – born and bred in Edinburgh
Musselburgh Links – 350 years of golfing history
Great Tapestry of Scotland – new permanent home in Galashiels
A statue for Elsie Inglis – two weeks of fundraising fun 
Beautiful private gardens opening in May and June  
Tweeddale Court & Fountain Close – hidden High Street history 
Beastly Edinburgh – city homages to humble our animals

Society: 
Celebrations for centenarian Patrick Simpson; Bill McLaren Foundation dinner at Prestonfield; Elsie Inglis statue fundraising dinner at Dine; Caledonian St Andrew Angling Club dinner at Royal Scots Club and British Red Cross Scotland Ball at the Sheraton Grand  

What’s On: 
10 fun things and interesting things to do as summer approaches

Eating Out: 
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar; BIRCH spirit; Eating better meat, Dean Banks and Stuart Ralston – two super chefs, and Patisserie Florentin

Sujets: Culture, Lifestyle

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There is nowhere quite like Edinburgh. Its heady mix of history, heritage architecture, the professions, art, literature, museums, theatre, festivals, sporting prowess, the geography and the topography, its people, their interests and where they live…the list goes on and on.

Yet it is a sad truism that for many who are indigenous to an area, that same area, if not a closed book to them, has few of its chapters read.

It is so easy to miss, dismiss or overlook the intrinsic beauty of the familiar and the commonplace as we negotiate life’s hurly-burly.

Edinburgh Life strives to put that right. Each issue celebrates the myriad facets of our capital city and its environs, inviting a closer appreciation and sometimes proffering an alternative and surprising aspect of the place we think we know so well.

Edinburgh Life is for those who enjoy the finer aspects of life, whether they cost money or perhaps just a bit of precious free time to enjoy.

Heritage, history, people, places, where to go, what to eat, what to do, where to meet. In short, there is something for everyone!

  • Premier numéro: November / December 2013
  • Dernier numéro: May/ June 2022
  • Nombre de numéros: 50
  • Publié: Bimensuellement