side rom the feeting glimpse o some sunshine over Scotland aterthose bitter winter months, Aprilmarks the return o
Welcome to the seasonal magazinethat talks to Edinburgh’s youngproessionals about all that is newand important or any cultured city-dweller; whether itbe current aairs, music and the arts or cosmopolitanliestyle.
2011 fnds itsel with some big shoes to fll,arriving in the wake o last year’s edition which stole theattention o the magazine industry. It was always goingto be a challenge to take on the mantel o the previouspublication, but this year’s team have strived to build onthe success o
2010.A man who knows something o a challenge is politicalcharacter George Galloway, a candidate in the runningor Holyrood this year. Read what he had to say in hisrank interview on page 20.Award-winning photographer Chris Park displays someo his latest work rom his
exhibition in our mainphoto eature on page 4 and we go underground to talk to music label LuckyMe, just one o many success storiesrom Scotland’s thriving music scene.So what else can you expect rom this year’s
? Ourliestyle sections centre on the return o the alternative.One o our journalists gets their hands dirty with thelatest dining experience, reeganism. We also rediscoverbaking and knitting and fnd out how they are moreappealing than you think.Whether on the bus to work, eating lunch on the go orgetting your caeine fx, the 2011 edition o
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Gemma Greig, Katy Shields
Amanda Fisher, Kristen Susienka,Jane Williams
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