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  1. Tea for a Tenner: Carrot cake

    Eddie from Whole Foods dodges flying whisks in the #RiversideShow kitchen tonight as he teaches us his perfect carrot cake recipe.

  2. Grado crowns Hydro wrestling debut with win over legend

    Local wrestler Grado overcame the odds to win his debut match at the SSE Hydro for TNA Wrestling.

    Grado crowns Hydro wrestling debut with win over legend

    Grado crowns Hydro wrestling debut with win over legend

  3. Killie boy Matthew Scott brings a little bluesy-folk to #Riversid

    Stay tuned for more from Matthew on Riverside Show soon.

  4. Pressure returns with stellar line-up for 2015

    Pressure is back at The Arches with an incredible line-up tonight for the first party of 2015. Residents Slam will be joined by Pan-Pot, Skream, Heidi and Harvard Bass for the monthly techno night.

    All you TechHeads @ArchesGlasgow brings you @PanPotofficial headlining Pressure's monthly event 2nite. Doors 10:30pm

    Glasgow Living

    via Twitter
  5. Watch: Nursery manager guilty of raping three-year-old boy and abusing girl

    A former nursery manager has been convicted of raping a three year old boy in the centre where he worked in Lochaber.

    Catch-up on more of the latest headlines with the STV News at six.

    via STV
  6. Mark Millar talks Kingsman on Scotland Tonight

    The Coatbridge-born writer penned comics which became Holywood blockbusters Kick-Ass and Wanted, and he now works as a film producer and creative consultant for 20th Century Fox and is overseeing the latest Marvel films for the company.

    Mark dropped in to Scotland Tonight earlier this week to promote the new blockbuster movie Kingsman, a film based on his comic book series The Secret Service.

    via STV
  7. Twin Atlantic join the Big Issue for Vendor Week

    Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic have announced they will be supporting a good cause and raising money for charity when they take part in Big Issue's Vendor Week next month.

    We will be taking part in #VendorWeek for INSP and @thebigissue in Glasgow on 04/02. You can support by clicking here:

    Twin Atlantic

    via Twitter
  8. Neneh Cherry headlines Glasgow show

    Singer songwriter Neneh Cherry plays SWG3 tonight in support of her latest album, Blank Project.

    Neneh Cherry (@misscherrylala) is playing at @SWG3glasgow tonight. Catch the singer-songwriter live:

    The List

    via Twitter
  9. Deal of the day: Glencoe Hotel

    While Scots know that Nessie doesn’t really wear a bonnet to swim and porridge oats come from the supermarket and not a hunk in a kilt, sometimes we can forget all the great things Scotland’s got to offer.

    Celebrate Scotland’s best side with today’s itison deal for an overnight stay for two including breakfast plus a two course dinner each and leisure access at the fabulous Isles of Glencoe Hotel - all for just £49!

    Glencoe DBB - £49

    Glencoe DBB - £49

    via ITISON
  10. Dubbed as Stephen Daldry's Brazilian take on Slumdog Millionaire, Trash has high expectations

    Set in the poverty stricken slums of Rio, three children stumble upon a wallet and discover a deeper secret that leads them into a dangerous matter.

    via STV
  11. Father stabbed 'public spirited' stranger to death in cigarette row

    John Paul Bird knifed John Bulloch after the victim stepped in to stop him hassling two women.

    Father stabbed 'public spirited' stranger to death in cigarette row

    Father stabbed 'public spirited' stranger to death in cigarette row

    via STV NEWS
  12. New school in Athletes' Village to continue Games legacy

    Council leader Gordon Matheson has unveiled plans to build a new primary in Dalmarnock which will educate 460 children.

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  13. Bring a pal to the Thistle game for a tenner

    Looking for something to do this evening? Wrap up warm and cheer on the Jags against St Mirren in tonight's crucial Premiership clash. It's payday for most but that's no reason to overlook this bargain.

    Don't miss out on our #BringAPal for £10 ST offer tonight. Get along & help us #FillTheNorthStand:

    PartickThistle FC

    via Twitter
  14. Tea for a Tenner: Chakalaka eggs

    This South African supper was born from the townships of Johannesburg and serves as a healthy and affordable dinner.

    Tune into #RiversideShow for more #TeaforaTenner tonight between 7pm and 8.30pm.

  15. 'Glasgow definitely inspired the Madchester music scene'

    If Tim Burgess says so, it must be true.

    We have The Charlatans on The Riverside Show tonight talking about their 25th anniversary tour which comes to The Barrowlands on March 10 and 11 - there are still a few tickets available for the second night, go quick!.

    Tune into Riverside Show between 7pm and 8pm to see the lads or if you're in town you could even pop along to their album signing at HMV from 5.30pm.

    via STV
  16. Twin Atlantic up for European Independent Album of the Year

    Independent Music Companies Association have announced 23 albums up for their European Independent Album of the Year award. Twin Atlantic are in the running for Great Divide and there's a nod to Young Fathers too.

    23 albums up for European Independent Album of the Year Award

    23 albums up for European Independent Album of the Year Award

  17. Man held by police after fake goods seized in organised crime raids

    The 65-year-old man was held by officers from the organised crime and counter terrorism unit after the operation in Lanarkshire.

    Man held by police after fake goods seized in organised crime raids

    Man held by police after fake goods seized in organised crime raids

    via STV NEWS
  18. Moving portraits roll into Glasgow to remember those lost in Holocaust

    If you're on George Square this afternoon look out for this rolling campaign from the Holocaust Memorial Trust.

    Amazing to see our Moving Portraits on #BigScreen in #Glasgow


    via Twitter
  19. Tickets for Glasgow's Tectonics festival on sale today

    The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra’s annual Tectonics festival returns to the city from May 1-3 with performances from Peter Brötzmann, Éliane Radigue and Heather Leigh.

    The opening concert at Old Fruitmarket on May 1 features a new work written by Mariam Rezaei performed by Glasgow Improvisers.

    Tectonics Festival

    Tectonics Festival

  20. Want to see The Libertines? Tickets for T in the Park go on sale in February

    Friday, February 27 at 9am to be precise.

    It's the first year that the Scottish music festival has moved from its famous home at Balado to Strathallan and The Libertines were announced as a headliner last night.

    Play 'T in the Park 2015'
    via YOUTUBE
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