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Brigid - The Goddess of Imbolc and Celtic Europe
Celtic Myth | Ireland | Britain | Christianity | A Myth The Pagan goddess Brigid is perhaps one of the oldest goddesses of Celtic Europe still recognized and worshipped. In fact, until the mid-twentieth century in Scotland, she was still welcomed in at Imbolc...
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places to eat in the Highlands
Dutchman Aart Lastdrager and his Glasgwegian wife Amanda opened Gillie Brighde last year to a warm welcome: it's the only eaterie in this picturesque crofting township on lower Loch Torridon, and it offers spectacular mountain views. On the menu are ...
Matsui Rena und Takito Kenichi in den Hauptrollen von Laundry Chigasaki
Regie und Drehbuch ├╝bernimmt Iizuka Ken, den man noch von Titel wie Arakawa Under the Brighde oder einer Adaption von Fujisawa Tohrus Manga GTO: Great Teacher Onazaki (2014) kennt. Matsui Rena hingegen war bis 2015 Mitglied von Japans ...
Skye piper in Highland Tattoo spotlight
A talented Skye youngster will be playing a central role at the Highland Military Tattoo which opens tomorrow night at Fort George in Ardersier.
What's new in your favourite UK holiday spots
Anchor in the tiny bay or drive down a single-track lane to Gille Brighde (The Old Schoolhouse, Lower Diabaig, 01445 790245, in Wester Ross, a year-old rustic restaurant on the shore.
36 Playwrights Named to "Translate" Shakespeare Plays into Modern English; See
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival has announced the 36 playwrights who will "translate" William Shakespeare's 39 plays into modern English as part of a three-year commissioned project entitled Play on! 36 playwrights translate Shakespeare. Among them ...

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