25 June 2022
  • 25 June 2022

Articles Posted by Paul

Subtopian Planning Board – The Musician’s Mindset part 1

by on 17 May 2022 0

In the first of an ongoing series of Q&A’s with burgeoning talent from around Renfrewshire, Jennifer Leitch and Daniel Esteban of Subtopian Planning Board talk us through what makes them tick as both an artist and a listener. What inspired you to pursue a life in music? Jennifer: My mum and dad gave me a […]

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Paisley Music Roundup 02 by Tommy McGrory

by on 12 May 2022 0

Welcome to Tommy McGrory’s Paisley Music Roundup 02, looking ahead at gigs in the town from Friday. Killer Instinct is back at The Bungalow again on Friday after a great gig last time round. The band’s attention to detail which includes The Killers own famous ‘K’ keyboard stand makes the show and features authentic tones […]

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Poetic Pathways – The Big Art Mural on the Cycle Path

by on 9 May 2022 0

Poetic Pathways is an interactive walk on Route 7 of the cycle path, starting at George Street in Paisley, and finishing at Morrisons in Johnstone. The brainchild of Karen Herbison of H-Arts and Sally Logan, Health and Wellbeing Co-ordinator for Sheltered Housing in Renfrewshire, this intergenerational project celebrates the artwork, poetry, stories and quotes from […]

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Washington – The Sound of Renfrewshire

by on 26 April 2022 0

Possessing a hypnotic and immersive sound, Paisley-based rapper Washington takes us inside his unique sonic world.  What sparked your initial interest in music? When I was in Zimbabwe, I went to a boarding school. It was a school where you couldn’t even speak in class, but we were in the choir and that was the […]

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Anise Indian Kitchen at The River Inn dinner review

by on 26 April 2022 0

Offering up a fresh take on one of Scotland’s most beloved cuisines, Suzanne Oswald visits Anise Indian Kitchen at The River Inn.  It’s fair to say that Anise isn’t your standard Indian restaurant. Situated in the leafy, tranquil surroundings of Crosslee, the inviting eatery is a recent addition to the already popular River Inn. Having […]

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Amy Connell – Paisley’s kumite karate champion talks to Mill

by on 26 April 2022 0

After experiencing triumph and tribulations alike, Paisley’s own kumite karate competitor Amy Connell is looking ahead to the sport’s grandest stages.  For the vast majority of us, martial arts is something that we off-handedly dabble in as a kid before realising that it’ll take a hail of hard work and dedication before we reach the […]

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