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  1. The Shiverin' Sheiks sure know how to bring the party

    They were the band that launched the #RiversideShow and we had to have them back for our 100th episode.

    Thanks to everyone who has helped us make the show as local and great as it is so far.

    We'll be back tomorrow with more #RiversideShow fun, Glasgow news and buzz.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  2. #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and music

    Some of Scotland's brightest stars in the digital and creative worlds are aligning for a night of celebration. You're invited to join them on Saturday to hear their pitches for the £1000 prize.

  3. Here's the STV News at Six with John Mackay

    Party talks to fast-track further powers to Scotland after the country rejected independence meet for the first time.

    via STV
  4. If the future Mrs Stone is out there, please do get in touch...

    As Colin tries speed dating tonight on #RiversideShow, we take a look back at his err, 'qualities.'

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  5. Dave King held talks with Sandy Easdale over £16m Rangers control bid

    The South African businessman is attempting to invest in the Ibrox side and held talks with board members last Tuesday.

    Dave King in talks with Sandy Easdale over £16m Rangers control bid

    Dave King in talks with Sandy Easdale over £16m Rangers control bid

    via STV
  6. Bhajias Babu Kitchen 'home style' are the party food of choice tonight

    Here are the ingredients and a step by step recipe.

    Mix the gram flour with water, mix the batter until it's like fish batter. Crush the Garlic and add to the batter.

    Thinly chop the fresh coriander & add to the batter. Crush coriander seeds and add to the batter. Add ground red chilli, turmeric & Sea salt to taste to the batter.

    Thinly slice all vegetable and ace them in a bowl of cold water with 2tbsps of sea salt.

    Heat oil in a pan. Put a drop of batter to check if the oil is ready. If the drop of batter rises to the top of the pan then the oil is ready.

    Now put thin slices of potato, courgette into the batter. Take each slice at a time, make sure the slice of veg is covered with batter and drop it into the oil. Repeat process until there is enough in the pan. Fry both sides until slightly brown.

    Take the slices off the oil & set aside on a kitchen towel.

    Serve hot with a green chilli & coriander chutney and/or tamarind chutney available at Babu Kitchen. You can do the same process with chicken, haggis and any other veg if you like.

    via STV
  7. Prepare yourself for a Balkanarama

    A night of gypsy, klezmer and balkan music can mean only one thing... a battle of brassy dancing that you won't forget. Be at The Art School from 10.30pm on October 25 with £9 in your pocket.

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  8. Have you ever heard of a Velovan?

    Keep your eyes peeled around town for this quirky invention. After cycling across Europe, John Buchan decided that a bike was all he needed, and set about putting a roof above his head when on the road.

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  9. Criminal investigation into Stockholm bombing funded by Scots-based terrorists closed

    In a statement today, prosecutors in Sweden said that the criminal investigation is now closed, finding that apart from Scots-based Algerian asylum seeker Nasserdine Menni's funding, no-one else was involved in the atrocity.

    Probe into Stockholm bombing funded by Scots-based terrorist closed

    Probe into Stockholm bombing funded by Scots-based terrorist closed

    via STV
  10. 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
  11. Funding boost for Cathkin Braes could lead to development of cycle hub

    The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £179k of first phase funding to Cathkin Braes, possibly unlocking the rest of the funding required to create the Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike and Activity Centre from the derelict B-listed St Martin’s Church.

    The centre would open in 2017 and would expand upon the Commonwealth Games bike route, bringing more facilities for bike repair and hire.

    Cathkin Braes mountain bike centre secures Heritage Lottery grant

    Cathkin Braes mountain bike centre secures Heritage Lottery grant

    via URBANREALM
  12. It's worth hee-haw! What other phrases can only Glaswegians translate?

    Alan Morrision the author of Gonnae No Dae That joins us on #RiversideShow tonight to talk about Glasgow's distinct dialect. Tell us what other phrases you ken only Glaswegian's could translate.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  13. Are you going to see Chase and Status at The Arches?

    Well you're in luck because not only will they be supported by upcoming London artist, Dimension but Edinburgh's Hector's House will also support the electronic duo.

    The gig is this Saturday, October 25.

    Support for @chaseandstatus announced: DJs from Hector's House (Edinburgh) & Avalon (Aberdeen) collectives in session http://t.co/KU7KA2PQ51

    The Arches, Glasgow

    @ArchesGlasgow
    via Twitter
  14. Join Mark Beaumont in cycling from Land's End to John o Groat's - without leaving Glasgow

    Mark Beaumont will take part in a 24 hour cycling challenge between November 8 and 9 for the STV Appeal.

    Think you can keep up? Find out how to take part below.

    via STV
  15. Scottish Ballet gets Up Close with intimate Tramway return

    Expect a scintillating showcase of contemporary dance at the company's home in the south side. You only have two chances to see it.

  16. Glasgow's daring style unfolds at Brass Neck City

    Glasgow's vintage stores are coming together to recreate some classic Glasgow looks at an event held by the city's loudest fashionista's, Betty and Bee.

    Check out Brass Neck City at Hillhead Bookclub on Thursday November 20, from 8pm

    Brass Neck City at Hillhead Bookclub

    Brass Neck City at Hillhead Bookclub

    via BETTYANDBEE
  17. The Shed comes of age by being allowed to party until 3am

    The notorious southside club have a 3am license for their 18th birthday this Saturday. This announcement follows news that The Shed are applying for definitive 3am license for the club.

    via STV
  18. First look at Glasgow Film Festival artwork for 2015

    Next years festival will take place between February 18 and March 1, and if the artwork is anything to go by, it's going to be more colourful than ever.

    Glasgow Film Fest on Twitter:

    Glasgow Film Fest on Twitter: "Here it is - the artwork for Glasgow Fi

    via TWITTER
  19. First Glasgow invests £7.4m in 47 new 'greener' busses

    Glasgow is getting four ‘virtual electric’ vehicles that run emission-free 70% of the time, and 30% on hybrid power in efforts to cut pollution.

    First Bus Glasgow received£1.3m for the vehicles from the Scottish Government's Green Bus Fund.

    News and Initiatives | Greater Glasgow | FirstGroup plc

    News and Initiatives | Greater Glasgow | FirstGroup plc

    via FIRSTGROUP
  20. Glasgow School of Art will create treasure trail for last chance EMA tickets

    The students at the Glasgow School of Art will get to bring their creativity to the MTV EMA's this year by designing giant logo posters for the evnt on November 9.

    Read more about thheir involvement and fun last chance to win tickets from the Daily Record.

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