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  1. Glasgow School of Art will create treasure trail for last chance EMA tickets

    The students at the Glasgow School of Art will get to bring their creativity to the MTV EMA's this year by designing giant logo posters for the evnt on November 9.

    Read more about thheir involvement and fun last chance to win tickets from the Daily Record.

  2. Glasgow City of Science launch 60 second film competition

    If you're over 16 years old and fascinated by everything science and film then listen up. You could have the opportunity to have a 60 second film made on your mobile device shown on the IMAX big screen.

    Find out more by clicking through the link below.

    via
  3. 'I love singing, I've been singing since I was a child'

    Glaswegian jazz queen Carol Kidd shows no sign of slowing down as she turns 70.

    As well as releasing her first live album, the legendary singer is making her first steps into the world of art.

    A selection of her paintings are set to be displayed for the first time at the iota gallery in Hyndland this weekend.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  4. Hit the road in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £120 instead of £255 for three night hire of a family sized motorhome sleeping up to six people or £290 instead of £595 for seven night hire from Bonny Scotland Campers including unlimited mileage. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    via ITISON
  5. McCoist warns defender to focus on football

    The Ibrox boss says that Richard Foster needs to focus on his game instead of responding to criticism from fans.

    Ally McCoist warns Rangers defender he won't win battle with fans

    Ally McCoist warns Rangers defender he won't win battle with fans

    via STV
  6. Pop-up fashion inside Princess Square

    Some of the country's best up and coming fashion designers will be showing their work at a pop-up fashion show in Princess Square.

    Outfits from Bebaroque and Rebecca Torres are all set to feature in the October 30th show.

    Scottish fashion pop up @PrincesSquare from 30 Oct features #GSAalumni @Bebaroque @GeorgiaWiseman + @LauraSpring1 http://t.co/N0dZzzm4ZA

    Glasgow School Art

    @GSofA
    via Twitter
  7. The Subways are back in town

    If you’re looking for some live music tonight, then The Subways at King Tuts should be on your radar.

    The trio are back with a fistful of new tunes from their as-yet-untitled new album.

    Play 'The Subways - My Heart Is Pumping To A Brand New Beat (Official Video)'
    via YOUTUBE
  8. Still Games returns to our TV screens

    You'll have a chance to watch the record-breaking Still Game stage show from the comfort of your own home when its broadcast on BBC One Scotland on 7th November.

    *STILL GAME KLAXON* !! Coming to a living room near you on Fri 7 Nov - the hugely successful #StillGame stage show! http://t.co/Xx1Pt0qPGJ

    BBC Scotland

    @BBCScotland
    via Twitter
  9. Police investigate extortion claims at call centre

    An investigation is taking place over claims that a 'crime gang' were extorting management at a government-subsidised call centre.

    Extortion probe launched at call centre just weeks before it closed

    Extortion probe launched at call centre just weeks before it closed

    via STV
  10. Celebrating 100 live episodes of The Riverside Show

    We're gearing up for the 100th show tonight by taking a look back at how we put the people, sights and sounds of Glasgow on the box.

    Here we have all the outfits, the best bands, chefs, celebs and of course some hilarious bloopers from the past 100 shows.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  11. From iconic tram shelter to award-winning Italian bistro

    Battlefield Rest is hoping to toast 20 years with a win at the Scottish Italian Awards this weekend. Laura Smith took a trip back over the years with owner Marco Giannasi.

  12. Hook on tonight at the Peep Show Cafe

    Das Kino, who pride themselves on putting on 'unique cinema experiences' are showing Robin Williams' Hook tonight at the Peep Show Cafe. Here's where to get tickets.

    Screening: HOOK

    Screening: HOOK

    via EVENTBRITE
  13. First Web Wednesday meet-up for entrepreneurs

    Thinking of starting or growing an on-line business? Or interested in networking with others who are? Tonight is the first 'Web Wednesday' meet-up in the city, and best of all it's free.

    Web Wednesdays - Digital Opportunity - Talks from Marketing Profession

    Web Wednesdays - Digital Opportunity - Talks from Marketing Profession

    via EVENTBRITE
  14. Free outdoor play sessions get funding boost

    The Big Lottery fund has announced that it's to award £605,755 to a project that provides outdoor play support to young people across North and East Glasgow.

    Organisers, the PEEK project, expect to work with 1,800 children aged 5 to 12 and 120 young people aged 13 to 25.

    Outdoor play boost for inner city children

    Outdoor play boost for inner city children

    via THE BIG LOTTERY FUND SCOTLAND BLOG
  15. Blaze rips through Southside tenement block

    Three people were forced to climb out onto a roof for safety after a fire broke out inside a block of flat in Pollockshields.

    Three people flee onto roof after blaze rips through tenement block

    Three people flee onto roof after blaze rips through tenement block

    via STV
  16. George Ezra returns to Glasgow with O2 ABC gig

    George Ezra's star continues to rise with the announcement of another Glasgow gig.

    After recently playing to a packed crowd at the QMU, he's confirmed a show at the larger O2 ABC on February 22nd.

    You can grab a ticket from 9am on Friday.

    Play 'George Ezra - Blame It on Me'
    via YOUTUBE
  17. The Kelpies head Glasgow for Macmillan auction

    A pair of 30cm bronze maquettes of the Kelpies are set to be auctioned off as part of this year’s MacMillan Cancer Support Glasgow Art Show.

    The event runs from 2nd to 9th of November at the Caledonia Galleries in Renfrew.

    @yelpglasgow @glasgow_food have you heard the #Kelpies are coming to #Glasgow as part of the #macmillancancer event? http://t.co/PZ46ppHELW

    Prom

    @promilla
    via Twitter
  18. Pistorious could be stripped of Strathclyde degree

    The Evening Times reveals that Strathclyde University are considering stripping Oscar Pistorious of his honorary degree.

    NEWS: Pistorious' Strathclyde University degree under threat | Evening Times http://t.co/pP3GZCvvUc via @TheEveningTimes

    The Evening Times

    @TheEveningTimes
    via Twitter
  19. Hit the road in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £120 instead of £255 for three night hire of a family sized motorhome sleeping up to six people or £290 instead of £595 for seven night hire from Bonny Scotland Campers including unlimited mileage. That's a saving of up to 53%.

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    Motorhome hire - from £6 pppn

    via ITISON
  20. 'I had a feeling that something wasn't right'

    On the Riverside Show last night, Celtic player Kris Commons and Lisa Hague revealed their grief over the loss of their stillborn daughter Lola, as well their fundraising efforts in her memory.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
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