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  1. Backstage with Black Stone Cherry before Hydro debut

    Mary McCool chatted to front man Chris Robertson before he hit the stage in Paris and discovered Barrowlands is one of his favourite venues. Let's hope the Clydeside spaceship impresses him this Sunday.

  2. SSPCA worry abandoned terrapin could be related to Ninja Turtle film

    The Scottish SPCA are concerned about the rise in numbers of people buying turtles and terrapins, encouraged by the release of the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film.

    The statement follows the discovery of two large terrapins dumped in a box in a park in Carntyne last week. SSPCA stated: “There was certainly a noticeable rise in the numbers coming into our care after the craze of the first film" in 1990 and "Terrapins can live for up to 60 years so the decision to take one on shouldn't be made lightly.

    via
  3. Hit the road in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £120 instead of £255 for three night hire of a family sized motorhome sleeping up to six people or £290 instead of £595 for seven night hire from Bonny Scotland Campers including unlimited mileage. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    via ITISON
  4. Fancy being on the red carpet at the MTV EMA Awards?

    With the MTV EMA Awards only three weeks away, a search has been launched to 2,000 of Scotland’s "most enthusiastic" music fans to take part in the A-list bash.

    Interested fans are asked to attend a casting call at the Hydro on 1st and 2nd November and convince a panel of judges why they should be let loose on the red carpet of the music extravaganza.

    Go to the MTV EMAs at Glasgow's Hydro on Sunday, November 9 for free if you're "dynamic, confident and effervescent" http://t.co/5LawDcjHsL

    The Pop Cop

    @thepopcop
    via Twitter
  5. At The Arches tonight: Glasgay's take on post-referendum Scotland

    Writer and director Drew Taylor discusses Allen Ginsberg’s ‘Howl’ and the recent independence referendum as his inspiration for new Glasgay! show Howling.

  6. Reindeer on George Square to launch Glasgow On Ice

    We might still be in October but tickets for this year’s Glasgow On Ice have gone on sale.

    The event sees an open air ice rink with a festive funfair opened on George Square from November 3rd.

    A tweet from Radio Clyde News captured Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson helping launch the event.

    Cllr Gordon Matheson takes to a sleigh in George Square with Pogo the reindeer to launch #Glasgowonice. http://t.co/VAYfJ2HEXC

    Radio Clyde News

    @RadioClydeNews
    via Twitter
  7. Visitors to Glasgow Cathedral to be charged admission fee

    A petition has been launched in protest of Historic Scotland plans to charge visitors to the cathedral a £5 entry fee from April.

    Row over plans for £5 entry fee for visitors to Glasgow Cathedral

    Row over plans for £5 entry fee for visitors to Glasgow Cathedral

    via STV
  8. Vigo Thieves nab Courteeners support slot

    The Vigo Thieves have been confirmed as support act for the Courteeners on their UK tour.

    The slot caps a fine year for the band which has seen them break into the iTunes chart with their single ‘This Love’.

    ♫ Just Announced: Glasgow, United Kingdom - Nov 1 at The Barrowlands/with The Courteeners http://t.co/uVEqZ5OHYa

    VIGO THIEVES

    @vigothieves
    via Twitter
  9. Chvrches re-score 'Drive' sountrack

    Glasgow electro-pop trio Chvrches have released a new track as part of film soundtrack project.

    ‘Get Away’ was written for a BBC program where bands re-scored the soundtrack for for Ryan Gosling thriller ‘Drive’. Take a listen and let us know what you think.

    CHVRCHES - Get Away by CHVRCHES

    CHVRCHES - Get Away by CHVRCHES

    via SOUNDCLOUD
  10. Riot police called to siege at Maryhill flat

    Riot police and negotiators were called after a man barricaded himself inside a flat on Ruchill Street in Maryhill.

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  11. Red Hot Chilli Pipers announce charity gig

    The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have announced a special charity concert at the O2 ABC.

    Proceeds from the February 13th gig will go to both the Anthony Trust and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Support Trust.

    Tickets are priced £20 each and are on sale now.

    Band @chillipipers to stage charity concert for @AnthonyNolan and SFRS Family Support Trust: http://t.co/hWHRj33g7q http://t.co/YSGIDKsc21

    Scottish Fire - West

    @scotfire_west
    via Twitter
  12. Glasgow homelessness charity appeals for donations

    As the cold spell kicks in The Invisibles are appealing for help to provide Glasgow's homeless people with hats, gloves and warm clothing.

    Charity appeal for winter clothing donations as number of rough sleepers continues to rise http://t.co/WsdSKIsSM4 http://t.co/IdNIu1oJs1

    The Daily Record

    @Daily_Record
    via Twitter
  13. Slam's latest record 'Reverse Proceed' previews online

    It's not in the shops yet, but you can listen to the latest release from Glasgow club stalwarts Slam on-line here. Reverse Proceed is officially out on October 27 via Soma.

    Listen to Slam's Upcoming 'Reverse Proceed' LP for Soma

    Listen to Slam's Upcoming 'Reverse Proceed' LP for Soma

    via XLR8R
  14. Camille O'Sullivan ready to raise temperatures at Oran Mor

    Camille Sullivan has announced a Glasgow date as part of her latest tour.

    The sultry singer will play at Oran Mor on October 29th with tickets on sale now.

    via STV
  15. Police continue to hunt for absconded prisoner

    Police believe that murderer John Reilly may have travelled to Glasgow after absconding from prison.

    Detectives hunting absconded murderer re-appeal for information

    Detectives hunting absconded murderer re-appeal for information

    via STV
  16. Hit the road in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £120 instead of £255 for three night hire of a family sized motorhome sleeping up to six people or £290 instead of £595 for seven night hire from Bonny Scotland Campers including unlimited mileage. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    via ITISON
  17. Decision expected over Byres Road tearoom's future

    The future of a popular West End tearoom will be decided today after it fell foul of council guidelines.

    Council officials say that Cup,on Byres Road, is breaking planning permission rules and view the business as being detrimental to others in the area.

    Paul Reynolds, the cafe owner, has applied for new permission in a bid to keep trading.

    Please help us keep Cup on Byres Road. Details of how to complete online comments. Thanks Paul http://t.co/mYwBqHV1Ga

    Cup

    @cupglasgow
    via Twitter
  18. New CCTV scheme aims to cut crime

    Today's Evening Times reports on a new CCTV initiative across the South Side in a bid to cut down crime levels.

    500 new CCTV cameras to be installed across Glasgow: http://t.co/7PRictXysT @TheEveningTimes @PeterSwindon

    Catriona Stewart

    @LadyCatStewart
    via Twitter
  19. Over 200 children treated for alcohol-related injuries

    New figures show that over 200 children under 10 have been treated for alcohol-related injuries in Scotland.

    South Ayrshire had the highest amount with 86 cases. Find out more in this morning's two-minute bulletin.

    via STV
  20. Further delays for commuters

    The A72 is currently closed between the M74 Junction 7 and the Garrion bridge due to an accident.

    Traffic is at a standstill and drivers are advised to avoid the area.

    There's also been another accident on the M8 at Junction 17 which is causing delays for up to 15 minutes.

    via STV
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