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  1. Sign off your Sunday with side-splitting laughs at The Stand

    Guest host Reverend Obadiah Steppenwolf III will see you wave goodbye to your weekend in style, with Rory O'Hanlon, Elaine Malcolmson, Wayne Mazadza, Richard Brown in tow.

    Doors open at 7:30pm, with things getting underway at 8:30pm. Tickets are £6.

    That's all from us, but we'll be back tomorrow, enjoy your night, Glasgow.

    The Stand Comedy Club - Michael Redmond's Sunday Service - Guest Host:

    The Stand Comedy Club - Michael Redmond's Sunday Service - Guest Host:

    via THESTAND
  2. SNP on course for an historic third Holyrood term

    A poll has suggested that over half of Scotland plans to back the party in the next election.

    SNP on course to win third Holyrood term, according to new poll

    SNP on course to win third Holyrood term, according to new poll

    via STV
  3. Milngavie musician is moonwalking the walk and talking the talk

    Kerri Watt has enjoyed a busy year, but it seems like things are just beginning for this Glasgow songstress.

    REPORT BY DAVID BATEMAN

  4. Enjoy one of Scotland's tastiest delicacies

    You can take your taste-buds on a introduction to oysters with the Regano Oyster Festival. It's on until September 29 with a menu starting at £11.50.

    Rogano Oyster Festival running until 29th September

    Rogano Oyster Festival running until 29th September

    via FOODANDDRINKGLASGOW
  5. Senior SNP figures step aside to make way for Sturgeon

    Alex Neil, Humza Yousaf and Roseanna Cunningham have all announced their intentions that they will not stand for leadership of the party.

    Senior party figures back Nicola Sturgeon SNP leadership bid

    Senior party figures back Nicola Sturgeon SNP leadership bid

    via STV
  6. Have a laugh at the Pavilion this Sunday night

    Danny Bhoy, one of Scotland's most well travelled comedians, returns home for a show at the Pavillion tonight at 8pm.

    Tickets are £15.

    Danny Bhoy

    Danny Bhoy

    via PAVILIONTHEATRE
  7. Team Scotland are back at the Glasgow 2014 track

    Here's a great snap of the riders who inspired the nation with their heroics on the track during the Commonwealth Games. They're entertaining the crowd as part of the freshnlo Big Family Ride.

    Trackside @Team_Scotland @PedalScotland back at the velodrome looking good #pfs2014 #howiroll http://t.co/dcSQvUOCtG

    Scottish Cycling

    @ScottishCycling
    via Twitter
  8. There's still time to explore the art track

    The Tramway Family Art Track is open until 4pm today and offers grown ups and kids alike the chance to immerse themselves in an interactive and memorable range of activities. And it's free too.

    Tramway Family Day Art Tracks

    Tramway Family Day Art Tracks

    via TRAMWAY
  9. Still Game, still got it, claims Daily Record

    Still Game started its record breaking 21 show run at the Hydro this weekend, and it looks like the old dogs from Craiglang are up to their old tricks.

    Still Game cast lift curtain on 21-show run at Hydro

    Still Game cast lift curtain on 21-show run at Hydro

    via DAILYRECORD
  10. Ed Miliband: Labour will raise minimum wage

    The Labour leader Ed Miliband pledged to add over £3000 to the pockets of those earning minimum wage as the party turns its focus to the general election.

    Miliband: Labour will increase minimum wage to at least £8 an hour

    Miliband: Labour will increase minimum wage to at least £8 an hour

    via STV
  11. Get to the Glad Cafe for Rachael Dadd and Rozi Plain

    There's a masterclass in music on tonight at the Glad Cafe from 4pm with this collaboration. Support comes from Jo Mango to top off an experimental night of sounds celebrating life.

    Tickets are £10 on the door, and £8 pre-booked.

    Rachael Dadd (full band) + Rozi Plain (full band) with support from Jo

    Rachael Dadd (full band) + Rozi Plain (full band) with support from Jo

    via MUSICGLUE
  12. Wander down to Pollok Park for the Alzheimer Scotland Memory Walk

    Are you heading down to take part and support Alzheimer Scotland? We'd love to see your snaps of the memory walk. Tweet us at @STVGlasgow!

    Pollok Park - Memory Walk

    Pollok Park - Memory Walk

    via ALZSCOT
  13. 11 arrests made in wake of Glasgow unrest

    Police are stepping up their attempts to identify those involved in the post-referendum scenes in Glasgow and have thus far arrested 11 individuals.

    Police arrest 11 after loyalist demonstration violence in Glasgow

    Police arrest 11 after loyalist demonstration violence in Glasgow

    via STV
  14. Good morning Glasgow, here's what's in the skies ahead

    It's a beautiful start with this crisp, sunny autumn morning, and that looks set to remain, with highs of 19 degrees.

    via STV
  15. Glasgow, how good are your selfies?

    You can take a Charles Rennie Mackintosh style selfie down at the Lighthouse as part of Doors Open Days and we'd love to see them. Tweet us @STVGlasgow or Facebook us your #mackselfie! We'll be back tomorrow. Goodnight!

    via
  16. A lesson in creating the perfect combination of grub and beer

    The Glasgow Foodies followed their taste radar to the Tennents Training Academy for a craft beer culinary cornucopia.

    Preview - Craft Beer Rising, Glasgow

    Preview - Craft Beer Rising, Glasgow

    via FOODANDDRINKGLASGOW
  17. Warriors whip Dragons despite sin bin setback

    Glasgow ran out 33-13 winners at Rodney Parade, with Alex Dunbar crowned man of the match and skipper Josh Strauss scoring a try in his 50th appearance.

    FULL-TIME: After being reduced to 14 men early in the second half, the Warriors showed great resilience to secure a bonus point win. 33-13!

    Glasgow Warriors

    @GlasgowWarriors
    via Twitter
  18. The battle of the sexes continues in Think Like A Man Too

    All of the original cast from the hit comedy 'Think Like A Man' reunite for a wedding. However, when it's set in the bright lights of Las Vegas, the city paves the way for a weekend of madness.

    via STV
  19. The year 2048: no one is allowed to be rude and it never rains

    Not as good as it sounds though.Philip Noyce's futuristic film, The Giver, is set in a classless society, where a young boy is exposed to the truth behind the world they live in.

    via STV
  20. Roller discos didn't die when the 1980s ended

    There will be plenty more roller discos once a permanent skating rink opens in the city.

    REPORT BY: Jamie Brotherston

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