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  1. Ever been to open mic at Munros? You'll have heard of Tommy Reilly then...

    The local lad won the Orange Unsigned Act in 2008 and his song writing has only flourished since. Here he is singing Hard Times on the Riverside Show. That's all from us folks, until tomorrow.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  2. Mick Jagger co-produces this toe tapping, head popping biopic, Get On Up

    Tate Taylor (who also directed 'The Help') brings another extraordinary film that documents the rags to riches story of one of the most influential musicians, James Brown.

    via STV
  3. Police have launched a campaign to keep people safe as we winter the festive season

    Hear all this and more, including Nicola Sturgeon's cabinet reshuffle on the STV News at Six.

    via STV
  4. Grammy-winning Macy Gray is coming to O2 ABC

    She'll play the venue on Sauchiehall Street in February, so if you want to funk up the cold winter months get your hands on tickets here.

    On sale now | @MacyGraysLife 8th Feb 2015 http://t.co/7pdediPObZ

    O2 ABC Glasgow

    @O2ABC
    via Twitter
  5. Arlington Baths hope to raise valuable funds at Christmas fundraising splash

    The team are having a fundraising exhibition between Friday December 5 and December 7 with art work donated by club members.

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  6. Traffic being diverted due to accident on Clarkston Road

    STV reporter Mike Farrell is there. He has tweeted saying: "Police at scene in Clarkston Road diverting traffic say there's been a 'really bad road accident' but no further information is available."

    Clarkston Road in Cathcart cordoned off by police near the junction with Merylee Road http://t.co/mlx9kiFpag

    Mike Farrell

    @mikefstv
    via Twitter
  7. Is Glasgow a 'Cinema City'? Share your memories with the GFT

    Your memories of Glasgow's many movie thheatres in days gone by could be part of an up and coming exhibition at the Glasgow Film Theatre.

    Click through and send them to the folk at Glasgow Film.

    'Cinema City' exhibition, featuring YOUR memories of cinema-going in Glasgow, coming soon as part of #GFF15! #GFFCity http://t.co/JDWxvThFnL

    Glasgow Film Fest

    @glasgowfilmfest
    via Twitter
  8. These are no Ordinary Boys at King Tuts tonight

    The Brighton born band, well known for hits such as 'Boys Will Be Boys' and frontman Preston's stints on Big Brother and (briefly) Never Mind the Buzzcocks, play the Wah Wah Hut at 8.30pm. Pick up a ticket for a tenner.

    Gig info

    Gig info

    via KINGTUTS
  9. Murder accused 'barged into OAP's home with knife in each hand'

    Retired policeman Norman Busby told murder trial he was stabbed three times before intruder allegedly killed his partner.

    Murder accused 'barged into OAP's home with knife in each hand'

    Murder accused 'barged into OAP's home with knife in each hand'

    via STV
  10. A stormy night and a stranger at the door sets the scene for No Good Deed

    When a psychopath has escaped from jail, he convinces a friendly woman to let him into her house, claiming his car has broken down. Watch the trailer to find out if he just wanted a warm cup of tea.

    via STV
  11. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £109 instead of £220 for a two night stay for two with a full Scottish breakfast each morning at The Inn on the Tay on the edge of the River Tay near scenic Pitlochry. That's a saving of 50%.

    Inn on the Tay, Pitlochry

    Inn on the Tay, Pitlochry

    via ITISON
  12. Glasgow Uni releases new video to attract 'World Changers'

    As part of their latest great campaign the University of Glasgow have released a heart warming and chest swelling video of Glasgow featuring iconic views around the city and Glasgow-based band Prides. If we were students, we'd want to come study here...

    Play 'World Changers Welcome'
    via YOUTUBE
  13. Gangs of pickpockets are targeting the Hydro

    The Evening Times have reported that Police have launched an investigation into the theft of a number of mobiles during the Kasabian gig. They are estimated to have come to £10,000.

  14. Tommy Lee directs and stars in his latest film, The Homesman

    In this western drama, lonely Mary Bee Cuddy (Hilary Swank) saves a deserted army man from death and in return asks for help on a dangerous journey to transport three mad women back to Iowa.

    via STV
  15. Celtic stars and their kids help launch Disney's Share the Magic of Christmas campaign

    If you post your letter to Santa at the Disney store this year, they will donate a soft toy to children across the UK through their chosen charities.

    One of the charities benefiting this year is Children with Cancer & Leukaemia Advice and Support for Parents.

    via STV
  16. Our favourite little lady, Maggie Smith, is calling the shots in My Old Lady

    When Mathias's father passes, he leaves him an apartment in Paris, but fails to mention he has also inherited it's resident.

    via STV
  17. Glasgow-based cooperative put pressure on supermarkets to go fair trade

    Greencity Wholefoods took part in a campaign today to put pressure on supermarkets such as Asda and Tesco to stock only fair trade bananas. We think they got their point across rather well... You can sign their petition below.

    Glasgow puts pressure on supermarkets to go #fairtrade.sign the petitionhttp://bananas.fairtrade.org.uk/ http://t.co/2oEf5B1PKy

    Greencity Wholefoods

    @GreenCityCoop
    via Twitter
  18. Locals kick up a stink about 'unethically' reared pigs

    An online campaign has been launched against the living conditions of livestock being reared at Queen's Park in Glasgow. We spoke to protestors and the animals' owner.

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  19. Celtic agree to pay staff living wage but won't sign up to scheme

    The Parkhead club agreed at its AGM today that it won't sign up to the scheme but will pay the equivalent £7.85 an hour to permanent staff.

    Celtic agree to living wage for inhouse staff but refuse to join schem

    Celtic agree to living wage for inhouse staff but refuse to join schem

    via STV
  20. Electric cigarettes are now banned on Glasgow's Subway

    The decision was made following a meeting on November 7 of the SPT's members.

    The new rule follows the banning of E-cigarettes and vapour cigarettes on trains.

    Please be advised smoking and e-cigarettes are now banned on all SPT premises. Further info here: http://t.co/NPpal640A6

    Glasgow Subway

    @GLASubwayTravel
    via Twitter
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