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Featuring Jemima Levick, Graeme Cheevers and more

Edition #1: May-June 2022

Welcome to the very first edition of our new magazine for the West End and Glasgow.

We caught up with chef Graeme Cheevers at the Kelvingrove Street restaurant Unalome.

Graeme and his team scooped a Michelin star for Glasgow less than a year after they opened in Finnieston.

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Food writer Cate Devine found out who inspired Graeme on his kitchen journey and what’s next for the chef.

For our very first cover story, editor Ian Marland spoke to artistic director Jemima Levick.

It’s a year since she joined the legendary, and extremely busy, A Play, A Pie and a Pint theatre based in the West End.

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She revealed some of the work she has been doing behind the scenes at Òran Mór as well as the work on stage.

We asked her how she was enjoying West End life after making the crossing west from Edinburgh.

Graeme Cheevers at Unalome
Graeme Cheevers at Unalome

Elsewhere, writer and broadcaster Heather Suttie has been talking to Gerard McKenzie Govan at The Blankfaces.

She found out what attracted the charity to the West End and how people are helping some of the most vulnerable members of society.

Heather also kicked off a fun feature talking to West End dog owners about their pets.

You can read about actor Colin McCredie and his companion Lulu.

Sarah Smith recalls the last years with her father Bill Mann, the Glasgow businessman whose charitable work touched many parts of the city.

We look at independent businesses in Thornwood. Photo: Martin Shields
We look at independent businesses in Thornwood. Photo: Martin Shields

Sarah has written a book about her family’s experience of caring for Bill after he was diagnosed with dementia.

Her words first appeared in a blog for the Alzheimer’s Society website.

Elsewhere, plant expert Martin McCarron kicks off a new series looking at what you can do around garden.

In the first column, he gives advice about getting the perfect hanging baskets and pots.

 

Graeme and his team scooped a Michelin star for Glasgow less than a year after they opened in Finnieston.

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We go behind the scenes at Kelvin Hall, which is being transformed into a multi-million pound film and TV studio.

We also meet up with campaigners celebrating security for the once-threatened Children’s Wood and North Kelvin Meadow.

And Mika + Me and The Square Bar & Restaurant tells us about their fantastic businesses.

We also take a close look at Thornwood and find out how the district is on the up.

Sarah Smith writes about caring for his father, Bill Mann
Sarah Smith writes about caring for his father, Bill Mann

Three owners tell us why they moved to the area and how independent businesses are making a difference.

We have all this and much, much more. Grab yourself a copy, or check out the digital version on Issuu.

 

 

 

 

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