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  1. Dixie Fried will set your toes tapping, even if it is only Wednesday

    However you can see them again this Friday at King Tuts if this gets you in the mood.

    That's all for us today folks, back tomorrow with more Glasgow news and fun.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  2. Nicola Sturgeon unveils new plans for government today

    The First Minister told MSPs that a new independent commission would be set up to establish alternatives to the Council tax.

    via STV
  3. Wedding bells for Scottish Tennis star Andy Murray

    Andy Murray and long-term girlfriend Kim Sears are understood to be engaged.

    Tennis star Andy Murray and artist girlfriend Kim Sears 'engaged'

    Tennis star Andy Murray and artist girlfriend Kim Sears 'engaged'

    via STV
  4. Free entry to Clutha Trust launch for emergency services

    There is a limited number of tickets on the door of the Barrowlands on Friday night for the Clutha Trust gig which starts at 7.30pm and features performances from Giro Babies and Horse who we had on the Riverside show tonight.

    The Clutha Trust raises fund for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to help them into the music industry and the launch night marks a year since the Clutha tragedy.

    Free entry at door to our @TheBarrowlands launch on Fri for emergency services & medics with valid ID while stocks last #CluthaTrust RT pls

    The Clutha Trust

    @CluthaTrust
    via Twitter
  5. Over 5,000 people sign petition to keep Barrowland Album Pathway

    The park is currently a temporary fixture in the position in the Gallowgate and the petition criticises the amount of money that will have been spent installing and moving the park, stating the removal of the park would be “an unbelievable waste of public money".

    Make Barrowland Park Permanent

    Make Barrowland Park Permanent

    via 38DEGREES
  6. A meeting of minds: Warriors and Jags hook up

    Glasgow Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend met up with Partick Thistle boss Alan Archibald to discuss their approaches to training their respective teams.

    Gregor Townsend and Alan Archibald link up

    Gregor Townsend and Alan Archibald link up

    via GLASGOWWARRIORS
  7. Why should you vote for Bob the politically active squirrel?

    'A vote for Bob is a vote for nature', claimed the bushy-tailed campaigner.

  8. More bus gates and cycle routes planned in bid to reduce congestion

    Council examining feasibility of traffic control measures and reduction in parking spaces.

    More bus gates and cycle routes planned in bid to reduce congestion

    More bus gates and cycle routes planned in bid to reduce congestion

    via STV
  9. Enjoy tea for two in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £19 instead of £40 for an afternoon tea for two at the stunning 29 Private Members Club in the City Centre including a cake stand stacked with homemade scones and an assortment of savoury bites and sweet treats from 29's new menu. That's a saving of 53%.

    29 Royal Exchange Sq afternoon tea

    29 Royal Exchange Sq afternoon tea

    via ITISON
  10. Eyes will be smiling at new Irish bar in city centre

    Pivo Pivo has been turned into Kitty O'Shea's. Head there for a dram and confession as it opens today.

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  11. School of Art fire was 'freak accident' caused by gases in projector

    A report by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service revealed the fire originated within a projector in a studio of the famous Mackintosh building in May.

    A new sprinkler system was being installed but was not yet "operational" when the blaze struck and bosses at the GSA knew the building was a "significant fire risk" over a year before.

    School of Art fire was 'freak accident' caused by gases in projector

    School of Art fire was 'freak accident' caused by gases in projector

    via STV
  12. Collie Buddz will Light it Up at O2 ABC next year

    Bermudian reggae artists Collie Buddz has just announced a UK tour, including a date at the O2 ABC on March 9.

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  13. Afros and flares are encouraged at Glasgow on Ice this year

    The first skate of the festive season will take place tomorrow afternoon from 12pm. To add to the excitement this year the rink will host a Throwback Thursday from December 4 when skaters can skip around the rink to music from the 60s, 70s and 80s.

    People can then skate every day right up until the 31 December 2014 (except Christmas Day obviously).

    via STV
  14. Why should you vote for Bob the politically active squirrel?

    Glasgow went nuts for Bob,

  15. Tea for a Tenner: recipe for smoked salmon fishcakes

    Diarmid O'Hare from Chippy Doon the Lane whipped up these crispy morsels in the Riverside Show kitchen last night.

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  16. Plans to block main routes in city for more bus gates

    As reported by the Evening Times, Renfield Street and Oswald Street could become a no-go zone for private cars, like Nelson Mandela Square in attempts to reduce congestion in the city and improve air quality.

    Read more from the Evening Times.

  17. OAP was stabbed in the chest in own home, murder trial hears

    Paul McManus murder trial hears how 86-year-old was stabbed in his Glasgow home

    OAP was stabbed in the chest in own home, murder trial hears

    OAP was stabbed in the chest in own home, murder trial hears

    via STV
  18. Victorian style peep show arrives in Queen Street Station today

    Sven Werner's Station Stories arrive at Queen Street station today with cinematic worlds in miniature.

    Read all about the immersive project here for passers by through the station and tune into #RiversideShow tonight to see it in person.

    Miniature worlds go on show at Scotland's train stations

    Miniature worlds go on show at Scotland's train stations

    via STV
  19. Winter warmers: from Glasgow on Ice to the Santa Dash

    Skating on thin ice with as much grace as a bison and mulled-wine fuelled shopping - the festive season is ramping up for another year.

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  20. Win dream prize of a Christmas trolley dash at Hamleys

    The Riverside Show has joined forces with The St. Enoch Centre to bring this once in a lifetime chance to go on a Christmas toy spree at Hamleys.

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