August 1, 2019
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It’s the start of August, and you know what that means. America officially takes over Edinburgh! Well, not officially, but you know what we mean. This year’s Edinburgh Fringe and Edinburgh International festivals have plenty of American performers to see and be wowed by – check out our big preview for just some of the many US shows on offer. Did you also know that officially (kind of), Americans are the most popular people to meet whilst on Vacation? That’s according to a new survey! There’s also positive news on UK-US economic ties, a Transatlantic celebration of Pond Hopping Ales, and Alex Kolton meets an aficionado of American flavor in London. Enjoy your newsletter!
Article One PREVIEW | Americans in Edinburgh for 2019 Festivals
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NEWS | Americans Most Popular Nationality to Meet on Vacation

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NEWS | A Transatlantic Brew to celebrate Norfolk Day

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NEWS | New UK Secretary for International Trade meets US Ambassador Woody Johnson

Article Five

NEWS | UK and US Mergers and Acquisitions “Thriving”

Article Six FOOD & DRINK | Louie’s Hot Chicken
Article Seven THEATER REVIEW | Blues in the Night
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