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  1. Glasgow Flourishes poem gets standing ovation at TEDx

    'Glasgow Flourishes' is a celebration of the culture of Glasgow in all of its joys and contradictions. Poet, events organiser and local student Calum Rodger got a brilliant reception when he read it at TEDx.

    Play 'Poem: 'Glasgow Flourishes' | Calum Rodger | TEDxGlasgow'
    via YOUTUBE
  2. What’s on when at Glasgow Green today

    As well as the starting point for the cycling time trials today, the park has jazz concerts, try-out sports and craft workshops hosted by the Glasgow School of Art (until 4pm).

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  3. Comedian Kevin Bridges gives Maryhill Food Bank £1000 donation boost

    Staff were shocked when the generous comic appeared unannounced at the charity's HQ earlier this week.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  4. Glasgow inspires Newcastle to consider Commonwealth Games bid

    According to this report from the north-east England paper, The Journal, the city is watching Glasgow with interest.

    Calls for Newcastle to bid to stage the Commonwealth Games

    Calls for Newcastle to bid to stage the Commonwealth Games

    via THEJOURNAL
  5. OxJam quiz-up in a brewery

    The east end’s Drygate brewery is hosting a quiz with live music on Friday. Here’s how to get involved.

    OXJAM - QUIZ UP IN A BREWERY

    OXJAM - QUIZ UP IN A BREWERY

    via DRYGATE
  6. Creative Mackintosh Festival line-up revealed

    Live music, exhibitions, workshops and talks all feature in the festival's third year celebrating the life and work of Glasgow's most notable architect, designer and artist.

    REPORT BY: Nicola Love

  7. Games legacy could bring Kabaddi championships to Glasgow

    The sport is huge around the world but only at an early stage in Scotland. So the Scottish team have based themselves at Glasgow Green to try to get more people involved. The Riverside Show reporter Colin Stone has a chat with them.

    via STV
  8. Here’s when to roar on local cyclist David Millar

    In case all the closed roads didn’t give you a clue, the cycling road race time trial started at 10am.

    Team Scotland rider David Millar hopes success at his home Commonwealth Games will make up for being left out of the Tour de France.

    14:28 start time today for me. Going to be a proud moment rolling off the start ramp.

    David Millar

    @millarmind
    via Twitter
  9. Get away from it all in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £320 instead of up to £655 for a luxury overnight stay in a deluxe ocean view room for two at the five star Trump Turnberry Resort including breakfast and a round of golf on The Kintyre OR £50pp spa credit. That's a saving of up to 51%.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  10. Seen the #Strathwonderwall? Here's how it was made

    Strathclyde Uni has posted an album to Facebook showing how they made the largest outdoor mural in the UK. It was designed by the uni and painted by Art Pistol artists.

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  11. Tam Dean Burn storytelling at the Tall Ship today

    If you (or your kids) haven’t seen Tam reading in person, get along to this free event at 11am.

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  12. Herculean perform Sparks on The Riverside Show

    The Glasgow four-piece are building a strong following across the country. Here they play their latest single. They’re playing King Tut’s on 29 August.

    via STV
  13. Major delays on the trains this morning

    Sadly someone was hit by today’s 7am Edinburgh to Glasgow Queen Street train. There’s advice from ScotRail for travelers in this report.

    Rail services disrupted after person hit by train on busy line

    Rail services disrupted after person hit by train on busy line

    via STV
  14. Scotland wakes up to more medal wins

    But we’ve been overtaken by Canada. There’s also news that Scots are the worst in the UK for missing asthma appointments. Plus tax workers are going on strike. Full details in our two-minute bulletin.

    via STV
  15. Glasgow to Edinburgh trains reduced to half-hourly

    As we reported earlier this morning, there’s been an incident on the line at Croy. Some passengers who left Edinburgh on the 7am train are still waiting to get to Glasgow.

    Sadly a person has been hit by a train between GLQ&Croy svcs between GLQ&EDB are diverted via Falkirk Grahamston not call at Falkirk High

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
  16. Sauchiehall Street landmarks featured on a kilt

    Creative outlet Welcome Home, usually based at the CCA, has a pop-up shop at Glasgow Green just now. And they’re selling these skirts/kilts featuring the likes of Sleazy’s, the Beresford and the GSA.

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  17. Hoops hopes hanging by a thread after heavy defeat

    The Parkhead side dropped their guard on a number of occasions last night. Here’s STV Sport’s comprehensive match review.

    Celtic's Champions League hopes left hanging after defeat in Poland

    Celtic's Champions League hopes left hanging after defeat in Poland

    via STV
  18. Here’s who was behind the golden cone...

    Today’s Daily Record front page says the paper put the gold cone on the Duke ‘in honour of Team Scotland’s brilliant medal haul.’

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  19. Man arrested over athletes’ village incident due in court

    The 29-year-old was detained by police on Wednesday morning following a disturbance at the Dalmarnock site in Glasgow's east end.

    Man to appear in court after early morning brawl at Athletes' Village

    Man to appear in court after early morning brawl at Athletes' Village

    via STV
  20. Expect rush-hour delays on the rails out of Glasgow

    If you're heading east, keep an eye on the Scotrail Twitter for updates. We'll share anything significant here too.

    Sadly a person has been hit by a train between Glasgow Queen Street and Croy

    ScotRail

    @ScotRail
    via Twitter
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