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  1. United Fruit celebrate new single with a gig at Mono tonight

    You might have heard United Fruit's new single Open Your eyes when it was released yesterday. It's massive and really captures just how exciting Glasgow's rock scene is right now. Well they've got a support slot with Welsh rock heroes Future of the Left tonight.

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  2. Glasgow comic fans back Dredd sequel campaign

    The #dayofdredd hashtag is trending in Glasgow just now. Why? Well, it’s been two years since Dredd hit the screens and fans have been clamouring for a sequel ever since. Some want it so bad they set-up they've 'Make A Dredd Sequel campaign'.

    Day Of DREDD 2014

    Day Of DREDD 2014

    via SOMEWHATNERDY
  3. Updates to Tenement Trail gig times

    Check out the full listings for this Saturday's Tenement Trail at Broadcast, Nice N Sleazy, ABC2, Flat 0/1 and King Tuts.

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  4. Escaped convicted murderer may have travelled to Glasgow

    Police Scotland have launched an appeal for anyone with information on John Reilly, 58, who is serving a life term for murder at HMP Leyhill. Detectives believe he may have traveled up to Glasgow by coach from London on September 5.

    Convicted murderer escapes from prison and may be on run in Scotland

    Convicted murderer escapes from prison and may be on run in Scotland

    via STV
  5. Here's what the Anchor Line used to look like

    The building has recently been renovated by the Di Maggio's group into an American-Scottish prohibition-era themed restaurant.

    The Anchor Line Ltd http://t.co/3Qu3atnPC5

    GSA Library+Archives

    @GSALibrary
    via Twitter
  6. Free cheese and wine - can you brielieve it?

    The University of Glasgow are hosting a free wine and cheese taster session at the QMU.

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  7. They've only cone and done it

    The Herald's Scott Reid has pointed out Glasgow is still in a post-referendum lull, to the point where locals are confusing Donald Dewar with the Duke of Wellington.

    Proof Glasgow is still traumatised after #indyref - people are getting their statues mixed up. http://t.co/XNF5YwAeVw

    Scott Reid

    @scottreid1980
    via Twitter
  8. Successful Europa League run "very important" for Celtic

    Celtic’s majority shareholder Dermot Desmond speaks to STV News about Ronny Deila and the club's European campaign this year.

    Celtic chief Dermot Desmond: Europa League run important for club and

    Celtic chief Dermot Desmond: Europa League run important for club and

    via STV
  9. TriBeCa and Smoak open new joint venture

    The American and BBQ specialists have joined forces to replace the Richmond. More on this later from STV's Laura Forsyth.

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  10. Glasgow park bench plaques dedicated to cancer survivors

    There's a new bench at Bellahouston Walled Garden with a plaque which reads:

    "Sabah Ghani loved sitting here… and still does thanks to everyone who Stands Up To Cancer."

    Here, Sabah - who was just 23 when she was diagnosed - tells us why she's supporting the new Cancer Research UK campaign.

    via STV
  11. Have afternoon tea in the Deal of the Day

    Pay just £22 instead of £44 for a Duchess of Bedford afternoon tea for two served with your choice of tea or coffee at the five star Blythswood Square. That's a saving of 50%.

    Blythswood Square afternoon tea

    Blythswood Square afternoon tea

    via ITISON
  12. Still slow on the M8 between airport and Erskine Bridge

    Two collisions this morning have held up commuters and the knock-on effects don't appear to be going away any time soon. First a collision involving an HGV shut lanes both ways at the Erskine Bridge. Then an incident just after Braehead junction on the way to Paisley.

    All lanes are open now but the combination of these incidents is a long queue back to the Clyde tunnel.

    #glasgowtravel: Traffic on the #M8 W/B heading towards @GLA_Airport & the Erskine Bridge very slow due to 2 RTC's. http://t.co/8ZauaQnWpY

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  13. Glasgow students to rally in support of Hong Kong protests

    Local students are due to rally today to show their solidarity with the Chinese pro-democracy movement. They'll meet at the Uni library at 11am and 6pm in George Square

    Also today, MSPs will discuss how to reduce homelessness. Here's Kelly-Ann Woodland with this morning's headlines.

    via STV
  14. Tickets for Belle and Sebastian at the Hydro on sale at 9am

    The 22 May show will see the local indie heroes team up with the Scottish Festival Orchestra for a special night.

    We're teaming up with Scottish Festival Orchestra for our show at @ScottishHydro next year. Presale 9AM WED http://t.co/E30ouEZrdu

    belle & sebastian

    @bellesglasgow
    via Twitter
  15. Tim Burgess of The Charlatans DJing at Cruise

    The Madchester legend is returning on Thursday evening, promising 'a full Americana themed soundtrack' for the launch of a Blauer clothing line.

    There's a party at @cruise_fashion in Glasgow. Thursday 6pm - 8.30pm. I'm DJing http://t.co/ar4fwu5bHn @clash_music http://t.co/2GZ87LerW1

    Tim Burgess

    @Tim_Burgess
    via Twitter
  16. Once we get past lunchtime there is 0% chance of rain

    And it's even forecast to become sunny in the afternoon.

    via STV
  17. Clyde naval jobs safe after £2.6bn contract win

    Around 1500 jobs have been safeguarded at Faslane after a £2.6bn contract was awarded to Babcock. Find out what it means for the MoD in this STV News report.

    Faslane jobs safeguarded after £2.6bn maintenance contract awarded

    Faslane jobs safeguarded after £2.6bn maintenance contract awarded

    via STV
  18. Glasgow today: Duke Dumont, Americana festival and Creative Mackintosh

    Good morning wonderful Glasgow. Welcome to October. Want to know what's on our city agenda today? Read on...

  19. Our Digital Spark Award entry deadline is 5pm on Friday

    Whether you're working on a language, art or media project - if it uses social media and words then our #STVSpark panel of industry expert judges want to know more.

    That's all from us this evening, back tomorrow with everything Glasgow.

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

    The STV Digital Spark Award - bringing new life to language

    via STV
  20. RIP The Richmond but why not be the first to check out this delicious new combo

    TriBeCa Cafe opens tomorrow morning in Woodlands, bringing you their famous pancake breakfasts. Then in the evening, the restaurant transforms into Smoak. Check out the menu here.

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