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Title winning Antonio returns for induction into Hall of Fame

Championship winning manager Antonio Calderon will be inducted into the Raith Rovers’ Hall of Fame next month.

Theatre and Comedy
Children from local schools add to the cast of balletLORENTs Snow White.

A fairytale chance for kids to dance

A leading dance theatre company has plucked talent from local schools for a fairytale dance production of Snow White.

KT Tunstall

KT Tunstall speaks to Fife Free Press’ Fiona Pringle about how good it feels to come home to Fife

The familiarity that comes with returning home after a long departure – of pounding the streets you knew as a child – is a feeling international musician and Fifer KT Tunstall plans to embrace when she returns to play the Alhambra on October 28.

Highland Chocolatier Iain Burnett celebrates his award in London.

A prize with a twist

Master chocolatier Iain Burnett, of St Andrews’ Highland Chocolatier, has received a prestigious gold accolade in the International Chocolate

Awards for one of his velvet truffles.

Eating Out
Dr Jim Byatt  is currently researching the history of recorded American folk music for a forthcoming book on the subject.  He is also a semi-professional musician, working largely in the fields of Alternative Country and Americana.

Backing for Bob from St Andrews

Two academics from St Andrews University have backed the award of a Nobel Prize to Bob Dylan.

12 chocolate bars you wish were still for sale

12 chocolate bars you wish were still for sale

We’ve been talking in office about chocolate bars we wish were still for sale.

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Anstruther Fish Bar

Review: Anstruther Fish Bar

The Anstruther Fish Bar, 42-44 Shore Street, Anstruther

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The Rubettes featuring Alan Williams are at the Rothes Halls on October 14

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StAnza set to celebrate 20th poetry festival

StAnza set to celebrate 20th poetry festival

StAnza, Scotland’s international poetry festival, has revealed the headliners for its 20th year.

Curry looks to be our favourite, with six of the top ten in Scotland offering Indian cusine.

Two Fife takeaways in the running to be crowned best in Scotland

Two eateries in Fife have made it to the shortlist in the running to be named Best Takeaway in Scotland at the 2016 British Takeaway Awards (BTAs).

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Jim and Jo Weldon at Our Place

Buckhaven haggis a hit on Costa del Sol!

A butcher’s in Buckhaven has been proving a hit in the sunshine of southern Spain as people on the Costa del Sol have been snapping up its haggis.

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Amos Smith of WF Stark receiving his awards from George Stuart of Dalziel Ltd.

A taste of success for the best bangers in Levenmouth

Three local butchers in Levenmouth have had a taste of success at the recent Craft Butcher Awards.

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Bee Parkinson is holding auditions for her play. Pic: FPA

Actors wanted as curtain set to rise on Kirkcaldy writer’s play

A local writer is seeking aspiring actors to audition after her play reached its fundraising target.

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The exhibition will run at the Secret Bunker (guard house pictured above) until the end of October

Celebrating Leuchars Airshow legacy

Scotland’s Secret Bunker has unveiled a new photo exhibition celebrating 65 years of the nearby Leuchars Airshow – almost three years to the day since the Red Arrows last flew over the Fife coast.

20-year-old actor Ryan Ralph Gerrard on the set of feature film CATALYST.

East Wemyss actor joins cast of Outlander

Up-and-coming actor Ryan Ralph Gerrard, who has made Fife his home, has just been cast in series three of Outlander.

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Friends Megan and Meg will have an ice cream flavour developed for them at Jannettas Gelateria in St Andrews after Owen (right) heard their story of visitng the cafe every Tuesday to spend time together as best friends.

A friendship forged in frozen feasts

Two ice-cream lovers got more than they bargained for at an innovative schools roadshow, Taste the Industry, when it stopped at the school last week.

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The festival culminates in the arrival of Santa on November 26 to help switch on the Christmas lights

Community spirit to the fore in a two-month programme of entertainment

There’s no getting away from it – the nights are fair drawin’ in.

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Phil Thompson (left) during his time as assistant manager of Liverpool with Gerard Houllier

From the Kop to Kirkcaldy and our Hall of Fame stage

Liverpool legend Phil Thompson has been named as the second VIP speaker at this year’s Raith Rovers Hall of Fame.

Theatre and Comedy
Bros album cover

Will Bros reunion tempt Kirkcaldy bass player back?

He’s one of Kirkcaldy’s bona fide music stars – but one who prefers to stay firmly out of the limelight.

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