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  1. People Make Glasgow hits the magic 100 photos

    Thanks to everyone who has stopped to speak with us. There's a link here to all those who've taken part so far. REPORT BY: Laura Piper PIX BY: Caitlin Henderson

    That's all from us today, our morning team will be back early tomorrow.

  2. Nidiot from 8/10 Cats brings stand up to Theatre Royal

    Jon Richardson, a comedian best known for his stint on Channel 4's 8/10 Cats, is bringing his brand new stand up set to Theatre Royal tonight. We hear tickets are still on the door.

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  3. Looks like LUAC has gotten a bit of a makeover...

    The Great Western Road restaurant now goes by the name of The Crafty Pig. Opening its doors following a refurbish on Friday, it's now a BBQ haven with all the craft beer you could want.

    We're not telling porkies: The Crafty Pig is finally here

    We're not telling porkies: The Crafty Pig is finally here

    via STV
  4. INDY REF: Protest over 'BBC bias' outside Glasgow studio

    Thousands of campaigners have gathered to demonstrate outside the BBC's Pacific Quay studio. They're protesting the broadcaster's allegedly biased coverage of the independence referendum.

    Thousands attend protest against alleged BBC referendum bias

    Thousands attend protest against alleged BBC referendum bias

    via STV
  5. INDY REF: Imagining Scotland symposium talks past, present and future

    Countdown to the referendum on, The Arches hosts the latest in a series of Early Days - a festival designed to highlight both sides of the debate.

    Tonight is the Imagining Scotland symposium, featuring a panel of academics, journalists and creatives.

    Symposium: Imagining Scotland - Pasts, Presents, Futures

    Symposium: Imagining Scotland - Pasts, Presents, Futures

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  6. Celtic manager highlights importance of Scott Brown after injury return

    Ronny Deila was so impressed by the energy expended by returning Celtic captain Scott Brown that he laughed during the 2-1 win over Aberdeen.

    Celtic manager highlights importance of Scott Brown after injury retur

    Celtic manager highlights importance of Scott Brown after injury retur

    via STV
  7. Get ready to set sail on Anchor Line foodie cruise

    "We're celebrating the Glasgow to New York connection and the history of Glasgow as the second city of the empire." REPORT BY: David Bateman

  8. People Make Glasgow

    What’s your bad habit?

    George Benton, 20: “Forgetting to take the tags off my clothes after I’ve bought them and then wearing them out. I’m awful for that.”

    Have you been caught out with it before?

    George: “Yes, a few times, but I was embarrassed on a night out when a girl actually tapped me to tell me my dress tag was hanging out.”

    via STV
  9. Alan Archibald says Partick Thistle star must accept he is a target

    Alan Archibald says that Partick Thistle star Kallum Higginbotham must come to terms with the fact that he is now a target for opposition players.

    Alan Archibald says Partick Thistle star must accept he is a target

    Alan Archibald says Partick Thistle star must accept he is a target

    via STV
  10. Please ... just don't think of marshmallows

    Screening a mixture of family favourites and classic horror films will see Victoria Park transformed into an old-school American-style drive-in movie theatre. REPORT BY: Nicola Love

  11. INDY REF: Referendum is 'once in a generation opportunity'

    Scotland's First Minister has said the independence vote is a "once in a generation" opportunity as he pledged not to bring back another referendum if Scots choose to remain in the UK.

    Alex Salmond: Referendum is 'once in a generation opportunity'

    Alex Salmond: Referendum is 'once in a generation opportunity'

    via STV
  12. Deal of the Day: dinner for two at Urban Bar & Brasserie

    The city centre's Urban Bar & Brasserie is offering a three-course meal for £28 instead of up to £56. Save up to 50% as you chroose from the AA rosette awarded Market Menu.

    Urban Brasserie AA Rosette dining

    Urban Brasserie AA Rosette dining

    via ITISON
  13. Amplified ukulele histrionics at The Old Hairdressers

    All the way from Chicago, Williwaw is putting the electric into the ukulele from 6pm tonight. It's part of their free Second Sunday Sipping Sounds sessions.

    Play 'williwaw : the triumphant return (chicago)'
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  14. Glasgow Food Geek gives Mother India a thumbs up

    She's told us about the best chips in Glasgow and now Glasgow Food Geek, Pam Gilmour, is putting Indian food to the test. See what she made of Mother India.

    Mother India

    Mother India

    via GLASGOW FOOD GEEK|REVIEWS OF GLASGOW RESTAURANTS AND FOOD| FOOD BLOG
  15. People Make Glasgow

    Lovely flowers, is it a special occasion?

    Jenn Little, 27: “Yes, it’s my 27th birthday today!”

    What’s the most stressful thing at your age now?

    Jenn: “So much pressure to settle down! Everyone is getting married around me, I’m going to two weddings this weekend and everyone assumes it’s time I should just do it too because I’m late twenties. I’ve got a puppy, that’s the most grown up thing I’ll handle at the moment thanks!”

    via STV
  16. Murderer who absconded from prison work placement found by police

    A murderer who went missing while on a outside work placement near Glasgow has been found by police, STV News reports.

    Murderer who absconded from prison work placement found by police http://t.co/OvKxfAwT3A

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  17. Still Game stars answer your questions ahead of Hydro run

    Jack and Victor are back and ready to have a wee sing-song with their pals at the Hydro this Friday. But before they get on stage, they answered some of your burning questions.

    REPORT BY: David Bateman

  18. Deal of the Day: dinner for two at Urban Bar & Brasserie

    The city centre's Urban Bar & Brasserie is offering a three-course meal for £28 instead of up to £56. Save up to 50% as you chroose from the AA rosette awarded Market Menu.

    Urban Brasserie AA Rosette dining

    Urban Brasserie AA Rosette dining

    via ITISON
  19. INDY REF: latest polls show Yes and No campaigns neck and neck

    The latest polls on the independence referendum have shown the race between the Yes and No campaigns remains too close to call with less than a week to go until the vote.

    Latest referendum polls show Yes and No campaigns neck and neck

    Latest referendum polls show Yes and No campaigns neck and neck

    via STV
  20. Forecast indicates a dry but grey day ahead

    Okay, so we won't be looking out our sunglasses and shorts this Sunday - but what else would you expect from mid-September weather?

    via STV
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