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  1. Dia De Los Muertos has started and Topolabamba's celebrations are in full swing

    There are tequila tasting platters to get your Halloween weekend off to a flying start and some great live music from 5pm tonight.

    The festivities continue throughout the weekend.

  2. New vision for Prestwick Airport as plans made for 'bright future'

    Report outlines raft of plans for airport including reshaping and developing the board, management and leadership

    New vision for Prestwick Airport as plans made for 'bright future'

    New vision for Prestwick Airport as plans made for 'bright future'

    via STV
  3. Casting call for short film by BAFTA-winning writer

    Gregor Barclay, winner of a BAFTA in 2005 for the script of 'The Immeasurable Joy of Healthy Living' is making his debut as a director in new film Dragon.

    He is holding a casting call for three male characters on Sunday between 10am and 5pm on Albion Street.

    Read more about the script here.

    Casting Call For Short Film by BAFTA-winning Writer | United Kingdom |

    Casting Call For Short Film by BAFTA-winning Writer | United Kingdom |

    via GUMTREE
  4. Tea for a Tenner: Recipe for pork fillet Wellington

    Try your hand at this twist on the classic dish from the chef behind the kitchens of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and other top attractions throughout the city.

    [Read more]

  5. Here are the times you are Welcome to the Rave at Barrowlands tonight

    Hope you picked up on our Courteener reference there. The band will come on stage tonight at roughly 9pm, following support from the Vigo Thieves.

    As requested, here are the times for @thecourteeners tonight w/ @vigothieves. Doors: 7PM Vigo Thieves: 8-8.30PM Courteeners: 9-10.40PM

    Barrowland Ballroom

    via Twitter
  6. Jim Murphy 'disappointed' over food bank donation snub

    The MP handed over a bag of food on his way to the Labour Party gala dinner last night, but protesters refused to accept the donation.

    [Read more]

  7. Ed Sheeran is expecting thousands of trick or treaters tonight

    If he thought the crowds were mental last night then imagine the fright he'll get tonight when thousands turn up in the zombie outfits and vampire teeth.

    If you're coming to today's Glasgow gig please dress up for Halloween

    Ed Sheeran

    via Twitter
  8. Free bike checks for costumed visitors to the Bike Station today

    Have you spotted the Next Bike guys out and around the city in their costumes today? They have baskets filled with treats and a wee treat for people who bring their bikes to the station today too, but only if you're dressed for the occasion.

  9. Timothy Spall colours our screens with drama in Mr Turner

    Mr Turner is the latest captivating drama from director Mike Leigh that details the illustrated life of the British painter J.M.W. Turner.

    via STV
  10. The world's most awarded club is coming to the Arches

    It has just been announced that Space Ibiza is coming to The Arches on its 25th anniversary tour. You can buy tickets for the club night on 31 of January from tomorrow.

    ANNOUNCEMENT: @SpaceIbiza's 25th Anniversary Tour comes to @ArchesGlasgow on 31 Jan! On sale 10am tomorrow:

    The ARRRRGHches

    via Twitter
  11. Join the Malls Mire woodland gathering this weekend, if you dare

    Urban Roots have organised a spooktacular event for all the family tomorrow. Hear spooky stories in the atmospheric surroundings of Mall Mire woodland, carve pumpkins and enjoy toasting marshmallows over a campfire.

  12. Breaking News

    STV Poll: Two thirds of Scots support a second referendum

    66% of 1026 people asked in the Ipsos Mori poll said they would support the vote taking place in the next decade regardless of circumstances.

    Just 31% would oppose a referendum in the next ten years.

  13. Take a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £55 instead of £119 for an overnight stay for two plus a bottle of wine, traditional Scottish breakfast and full use of the swimming pool and gym at the four star Crieff Hydro Hotel. That's a saving of 54%.

    4* Crieff Hydro Getaway

    4* Crieff Hydro Getaway

    via ITISON
  14. Driver crashed into taxi after falling asleep on M8

    David Donald told a court he was "feeling tired" before falling asleep behind the wheel on the M8.

    Driver fell asleep and crashed into taxi nearly sparking chaos on M8

    Driver fell asleep and crashed into taxi nearly sparking chaos on M8

    via STV
  15. McCoist hits out at Deila's cup draw comments

    The Ibrox boss refutes Ronny Deila's claims that Rangers are the weakest side in the League Cup semi-final draw.

    Ally McCoist feels Ronny Deila is wrong over Rangers cup comments

    Ally McCoist feels Ronny Deila is wrong over Rangers cup comments

    via STV
  16. Glaswegians hit out over plans to scrap Concert Hall steps

    The public has reacted angrily to plans to replace the iconic steps at the top of Buchanan Street with a new glass atrium.

    [Read more]

  17. Mariachi, sugar skulls and tequila at Day of the Dead Glesga

    "Filling our shrine with Irn Bru and Teacakes was a little wink and a nudge to the fact that none of us are Mexican."

    For one night only, you're invited to pretend you're whoever you want to be at a Mexican Halloween party.

    [Read more]

  18. MTV’s Biffy Clyro & Slash gig ticket sale rescheduled

    After Ticketweb's website collapsed this morning with the demand for tickets, they've released a statement on Facebook, announcing that the sale has been cancelled for today and rescheduled for 9am on Monday 3rd November.

    You can see a screengrab of the statement below.

    via STV
  19. Which Glaswegian deserves a commemorative plaque?

    Each year Historic Scotland supports the creation of twelve commemorative plaques on Scottish buildings. Nominations have opened for this year, so the question is, which Glaswegians, that don't already have a plaque, deserve one?

    Speaking about the scheme, Martin Ross, Projects and Policy Manager at Historic Scotland said “We’ve designed the scheme to commemorate the link between a particular person and a specific building, because buildings can say a great deal about the character of the particular person who lived or worked there.

    “This year we’d really like to get nominations for more women of achievement, from any part of Scotland.”

    Historic Scotland - Places to visit - Commemorative Plaque Scheme

    Historic Scotland - Places to visit - Commemorative Plaque Scheme

  20. Polmadie car boot sale cancelled after fire

    A car boot sale organised for this weekend at Polmadie has been cancelled after a large fire in the area earlier this week.

    The Polmadie Car Boot Sale planned for this Saturday and Sunday has been cancelled after the fire earlier this week.

    Radio Clyde News

    via Twitter
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