The Big Feed: The rise of Glasgow’s indoor street food extravanganza

By Gillian McPherson Not so long ago the idea of street food in Scotland conjured up nothing more than images of greasy, poor quality burgers and soggy chips. But not anymore. Over the last few years, the country's street food scene has undergone a revolution and now a whole host of specialist vendors have emerged to … Continue reading The Big Feed: The rise of Glasgow’s indoor street food extravanganza

Vegan Connections 2017

By Émer O'Toole Glasgow celebrated veganism this weekend in the form of a festival. Vegan Connections included live music performances including TeenCanteen, Codist, The Great Albatross, a vegan barbecue and an after party in Bloc. The event is strictly not-for-profit, with all money raised to be donated to charities that benefit human rights, animal rights … Continue reading Vegan Connections 2017

June and Winter: Picks of the week

By Tony Inglis Here's a rundown of the music released, films screening, shows playing, books read, events happening and stuff going on that we think is worth talking about this week. Doune the Rabbit Hole The punnily named Stirlingshire festival kicks off a week today, and amazingly there are still tickets available (if you haven't … Continue reading June and Winter: Picks of the week

Gin, jute and journalism – Verdant Gin, Dundee

By Niall Christie A city once well known for it's preserves, textile and writing industries, here at June & Winter we're taking a look at a new product which usurps the jam and includes the jute. Meanwhile, we'll have a go at the journalism. Based in an area which was once one of the many … Continue reading Gin, jute and journalism – Verdant Gin, Dundee