I love dogs but I don’t have one, so I choose to live vicariously through anyone who does.
From sword swallowers and death-defying aerialists to ‘killer klowns’ – The Circus of Horrors has it all.
HAVING been to Rye & Soda previously for what turned out to be the best brunch I’ve ever had, I was interested to see how dinner service would compare.
A DOOR INTO the dangerous and decadent world of 1930s Berlin will open next week.
Italians are renowned on being big on family ... so it's worth mentioning Aperitivo is the sister restaurant of Rustico.
MORE people will be working on the Aberdeen bypass than the new Queensferry crossing, a Scottish Government minister has said.
A WOMAN today spoke of her anger after visiting her husband's grave in Aberdeen to find it littered with wheelbarrows and rope.
PLANS to create affordable homes at a new housing estate have been lodged.
SHOPPERS and party-goers will soon be pounding the streets during the last weekend before Christmas.
THE QUAINT window of Birdhouse Cafe has tempted me on many a trip to Banchory but it has always been packed.
THE four local lads sharing a stage with Elaine C. Smith this panto season are stars in the making.
WITH a series of sell-out tours under his belt, comedian Stewart Francis is heading to Aberdeen.
SOME people are simply born funny. Comedian Daniel Sloss seems to be one such person.
"I WANT to make the audience laugh till their faces hurt."
THE STARS of the North-east's retail scene were crowned last night at the inaugural Evening Express Local Retailer Awards.
THIS year's panto at the Arts Centre and Theatre is a tall tale packed to the rafters with seasonal magic.
FEAR NOT, Bill Bailey fans - you won't be left in limbo much longer.
FOR MANY people The Shawshank Redemption is among their favourite films.
AN ABERDEEN firm has found itself as the inspiration for the next generation - in a very unique way.
TICKETS are now on sale for a festive show full of sea monsters, shipwrecks and pirates.
IT'S WITH genuine excitement in his voice that Justin Moorhouse speaks about coming to Aberdeen for the first time.
A MUSICAL coming-of-age play all about singing, sex and sambuca promises to have audiences in stitches when it comes to Aberdeen.
WOULD the bus in action film Speed really be able to jump the gap in the bridge?
IT'S not often that you stumble across a restaurant that serves a really great Sunday roast.
The final countdown has begun for businesses looking to enter the Evening Express Local Retailer Awards.
A CHARITY was today urgently appealing for volunteers to help elderly people.
PERFECTION is something that every business owner strives for.
ITALIANS are known for their relaxed, sociable approach to eating.
CATCHING Alan Carr as he drives from one tour location to the next, he declares he's "just like Lady Penelope".
A MUM today told of her shock when bruises on her daughter's chest turned out to be an aggressive and rare cancer.