You can get a drink in any bar, but there are very few that will produce the kind of stories your kids will tell when asked about Mom and Dad. Join me in this second installment of storied watering holes.
Here’s a random look at “pubs” — Irish and others — that have become my favorites near and far, more for the food and drink than for the St. Patrick’s Day party.
Here are some of the highs and lows.
Americans have been fascinated by the tale of “Braveheart” William Wallace who wielded a broadsword instead of a ballot to wrest Scotland from the English. He failed, but American visitors flock to the site of his legendary Battle of Stirling Bridge.
According to new research out of Scotland, dog owners over 65 acted 10 years younger than their peers without pups.
The 25th anniversary of the Lockerbie bombing has victims’ families thinking about the past.
For golf fans in town for the U.S. Open at Merion, there’s an exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for you.
This is a terrific piece of work and a splendid entertainment.
The region is a magnet for seafood lovers and, would you believe, beachgoers.
Chris discusses the region’s decline in manufacturing jobs and Anderson Cooper’s tirade on Gerard Depardieu. He talks to Steve Cordasco about the federal investigation of Standard and Poors and to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Eagle’s pre-season loss to Pittsburgh.
As the world this week watches a London wedding, Jay Lloyd recalls his advice to a daughter attending college at St. Andrews, Scotland, where the latest royal romance began.
As the world now knows, Prince William, a future king, and his bride-to-be began their journey to a royal wedding while at college in Scotland at the University of St. Andrews. Check it out.