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  1. Poll results: Glasgow is still benefiting from the Commonwealth Games

    Glasgow 2014 organisers said today the city is still benefiting from the Games almost three months after the event.

    We asked you what you thought and the majority of you agreed, with 20 people voting Yes, we're still seeing benefit. In comparison, nine people voted No, suggesting they have seen no benefit since the Games ended.

    With that, we'll leave you for the evening folks. We'll be back tomorrow with more Glasgow news and fun.

    Do you think Glasgow is still benefiting from the Games? - Yes OR No

    Do you think Glasgow is still benefiting from the Games? - Yes OR No

    via POLAR
  2. 'Indie-rock in the old fashioned sense' tonight on #RiversideShow

    If you loved Memory Man, catch them again at Nice 'n' Sleazy tomorrow night.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

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  3. Keep Your Head Up for Ben Howard tickets tomorrow morning

    Tickets for the Only Love star's gig at the Hydro on April 24 next go on sale tomorrow at 9am.

    I Forget Where We Were Tour 2015: Ben Howard @ The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

    I Forget Where We Were Tour 2015: Ben Howard @ The SSE Hydro, Glasgow

    via ENTS24
  4. 20-year-old slashed across the face as he stood with friend in Clydebank

    The victim contacted emergency services and was taken to the Western Infirmary after the attack took place on Orbiston Drive on Wednesday evening. The police are appealing for witnesses to the attack.

    Man slashed across the face as he stood with friend on street

    Man slashed across the face as he stood with friend on street

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  5. Protesters outside Labour Gala Dinner at Grand Central hotel

    Ed Milliband was due to attend the dinner tonight where people have gathered outside the hotel on Gordon Street.

    There are around 200 people in attendance, many of which are from groups supporting food banks. The event has been captured here in this picture from @gordon_plockton on Twitter.

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  6. A night of music and words at The Project Cafe

    The Project Cafe on Renfrew Street are hosting Beep Route, a night of performance in 'bright colours, big sounds and big flavours' on Saturday night from 7pm.

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  7. Swedish-Danish teen angst film hits screens at Glad Cafe

    When three girls in their early-teens feel ignored by their parents and judged by their peers, they set up a punk band. But in 1982 Stockholm, only boys are forming punk bands.

    Catch We Are The Best at Glad Cafe on November 4 with the Southside Film Festival.

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  8. Your Halloween weekend under one roof

    Firewater is the place to be this Halloween with Camden rocks fronting up tonight, Mad Sounds killing it tomorrow and This Is The One providing Saturday's shenanigans.

    Camden Rocks tonight! Don't miss it. Prizes for the best costumes! #glasgow #firewater #halloween http://t.co/WkVvCK8NiA

    Firewater Glasgow

    @FirewaterClub
    via Twitter
  9. Poll: Should the Concert Hall steps be saved?

    Plans to modernise and expand the Buchanan Shopping include replacing the Royal Concert Hall steps leading with a glass atrium.

    In reaction a petition has been launched to “save the steps”, but what do you think?

  10. Dine out in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £12 instead of £29 for a Cheese Fondue and a bottle of wine to share between two or £16 for Moules Frites or Sausage & Mash, plus a glass of wine each for two or £21 to include desserts at Brel on Ashton Lane. That's a saving of up to 59%.

    Brel Moules Frites or Fondue, Ashton Lane

    Brel Moules Frites or Fondue, Ashton Lane

    via ITISON
  11. Seven-year-old Buchanan Street busker has raised thousands for charity

    Ruby Darbyshire has raised more than £3,000 for charities since she began playing, including for typhoon victims in the Philippines.

    Seven-year-old busker has raised thousands of pounds for charity

    Seven-year-old busker has raised thousands of pounds for charity

    via STV
  12. Step inside Hutchesons exclusive private dining room

    Here's what happens when one of Glasgow's classiest restaurants teams up with a family-run whisky distillery.

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  13. Rescheduled Paolo Nutini dates for January 2015 at The Hydro

    The postponed show on Monday October 27 will now take place on Friday January 9, 2015 and people with tickets for Tuesday's gig on October 28 can go along on Saturday January 10.

    via STV
  14. Businessman collapsed to floor covered in blood, murder trial told

    Three men on trial at High Court in Glasgow accused of murdering young father Samuel Johnston.

    Businessman collapsed to floor covered in blood, murder trial told

    Businessman collapsed to floor covered in blood, murder trial told

    via STV
  15. The reindeer have flown into St Enoch Centre bringing Christmas with them

    The decorations are up in the St Enoch Centre as our wee pal Caitlin Henderson discovered today. They look glorious but is it too early for them to be up? Let us know what you think.

    .@StEnochCentre is looking magical #feelslikechristmas #excited #Glasgow http://t.co/4X8EDaWdS9

    Caitlin Henderson

    @Chende3
    via Twitter
  16. Council backs plans to block bookies and payday lenders from high street

    Glasgow City Council today backed proposals which will force bookmakers and payday lenders to seek express planning permission before opening a new shop in the city.

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  17. From Harthill to Hollywood and back to Club Noir

    The 3ft 8in actor who has appeared in Doctor Who gets ready to return for the tenth anniversary of Club Noir's Halloween. We spoke to Jimmy Vee about his stint as a bouncer and his upcoming blockbuster films.

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  18. Chvrches thank manager as album hits gold in UK charts

    Chvrches posted a message of thanks to their manager, Campbell McNeil on Facebook as their album, The Bones Of What You Believe hit over 100,000 sales, reaching gold certification.

    They shared this picture of the band and Campbell after their show at Terminal 5 last year as a Throwback Thursday.

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  19. Alex Salmond: Air duty devolution will help Glasgow Prestwick Airport

    Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports have already made a joint call for control of air passenger duty to move to Holyrood, claiming the tax is damaging Scotland.

    Salmond also pledged to plan out a strategic vision for the airport before leaving office.

    Salmond: Air duty devolution would help Glasgow Prestwick Airport

    Salmond: Air duty devolution would help Glasgow Prestwick Airport

    via STV
  20. Exciting new indie club night launches on Halloween

    The Sounds of Sinners is a new bi-monthly club night, organised by Rab Allan of Glasvegas and Caroline Cooper of the Scottish Music Industry Association. It launches this Friday at Broadcast with a Halloween spooktacular. Costumes are very much encouraged.

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