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  1. Chillies gets Glasgow Food Geek's seal of approval

    Food blogger Glasgow Food Geek is continuing her quest to find out the best places to eat in the city.

    In her latest blog post she visits the “Chillies” takeaway on Woodlands Road.

    You can find out what she thought on the link below.

    Have you had a little peek yet at my take away review of @chilliesrest it's delish http://t.co/vOl8oH2LDx

    Glasgow Food Geek

    @Glasgowfoodgeek
    via Twitter
  2. Gamba celebrates 15th birthday with charity dinner

    Popular seafood restaurant Gamba is helping celebrate 15 years in Glasgow by hold a special charity dinner.

    Chef Derek Marshall will treat diners to a “greatest hits” menu featuring some of the most popular dishes served over the past decade and a half.

    Proceeds from the 28th October event will be donated to the Fisherman’s Mission Charity, which works to give support to retired fishermen and their families.

    Gamba celebrates fifteen years http://t.co/gq7DWBq8Qj @Gamba_Glasgow http://t.co/QDSv9HgMhP

    5pm.co.uk

    @5pm
    via Twitter
  3. Enjoy some Coronas at King Tuts

    If you’re looking for rock n’ roll for your Thursday night then it’s worth catching the Coronas when they play King Tuts.

    The Irish rockers have built up quite a following in their homeland and now look to be doing the same over here.

    Tickets are £8 each with the doors opening at 20:30

    Play 'The Coronas - Just Like That'
    via YOUTUBE
  4. Man jailed for murdering brother at Govan home

    A man has been jailed for life after being convicted of murdering his brother at their mother's home.

    Brother who murdered sibling at mother's flat over festive period jail

    Brother who murdered sibling at mother's flat over festive period jail

    via STV
  5. Africa in Motion: from Cape Town to the 'tough streets of Glasgow'

    The South African film about rival gang war will hit Glasgow next month.We spoke to the director about why the underlying themes are relatable to people here.

  6. This is apparently how to get 'the Glasgow Look'

    This is what people from Glasgow look like.

    Get the Look: Glasgow Street Style

    Get the Look: Glasgow Street Style

    via NBLO
  7. Fake snake ruse leads to SSPCA call out

    The old ones really are the best ones sometimes.

    NEWS: Fake snake on a street: terrified woman calls SSPCA to report toy reptile | Evening Times http://t.co/XSdYmlFE4g via @TheEveningTimes

    The Evening Times

    @TheEveningTimes
    via Twitter
  8. Fresh from MOBO wins, Sam Smith comes to Glasgow

    Sam Smith is heading to Glasgow tonight to play at the ABC. Should be a huge one.

    Glasgow, I'm on my way x

    SAM SMITH

    @samsmithworld
    via Twitter
  9. Police release CCTV image from Govanhill assault

    Officers are keen to trace a man pictured running towards Queen's Park after a serious assault took place at a nearby railway station.

    CCTV image of man released by police probing broad daylight attack

    CCTV image of man released by police probing broad daylight attack

    via STV
  10. Grab free cinema tickets with a ‘sci-fi selfie’

    The GFT are offering the chance to win a free pair of tickets for this weekend’s sold-out screening of Kurt Russell’s cult classic “Escape From New York.”

    To be in with a chance you need to send a selfie of yourself re-enacting a scene from your favourite science fiction film.

    The competition closes at noon tomorrow so best act fast to be in with a shout.

    Escape From New York: 'Sci Fi Selfie' Competition

    Escape From New York: 'Sci Fi Selfie' Competition

    via GLASGOWFILM
  11. Countdown continues to World Gymnastics Championships

    It’s exactly one year until the World Gymnastics Championships arrive in Glasgow.

    The prestigious event will see gymnasts from across the globe compete for world titles and attempt to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.

    Tickets are on sale now.

    1 year to go until @2015WGC #inGlasgow, the final stop before Rio for the world’s top gymnasts http://t.co/f7hGop8FOL http://t.co/CChNoWlGAs

    PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW

    @peoplemakeGLA
    via Twitter
  12. Polmadie Road remains closed after accident

    Drivers are advised to avoid travelling near Polmadie Road in the Southside.

    The road is still shut after an earlier accident which is causing severe congestion in the area.

    @KsCraftyMakes There is an RTC on Polmadie Rd, its closed. Traffic now backed up to Kings Park Ave, we will update asap. Thanks

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  13. Mackintosh Festival continues across the city

    We've reached the final week of this year’s Mackintosh Festival which has seen a variety of events in Charles Rennie Mackintosh buildings across the city.

    Tonight’s show see a performance of some Debussy & Brahms music at Mackintosh Queen’s Cross.

    The doors open at 6:30 and with a large crowd expected, best head long early to nab a seat.

    It's the final week of #mackfest14 Tonight @ 6.30, we have @FeargusFiddle & pianist, Gavin Brady playing Debussy & Brahms @MackQueensCross

    Glasgow Mackintosh

    @GLAMackintosh
    via Twitter
  14. Dine in style in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £19 instead of £45 for an 8oz aged rib-eye steak each for two served with roast tomatoes, watercress and skinny fries or £30 instead of £65 to include a dessert and a glass of Prosecco each at The Hyndland Fox in the West End. That's a saving of up to 58%.

    The Hyndland Fox steak dining

    The Hyndland Fox steak dining

    via ITISON
  15. Teenager arrested over schoolgirl rape

    Police have arrested a teenager after a 15-year-old girl was allegedly attacked in Cumbernauld.

  16. Passing stranger returns with new album recorded in his garden shed

    Scott Matthews plays at the Oran Mor on Friday night. We caught up with him to find out how he's relaunched his career.

  17. Help Mark Beaumont cycle from Land’s End to John o Groats – without leaving Glasgow

    Mark Beaumont will lend his support to the STV appeal when he takes part in a charity 24-hour cycling challenge on November 8th.

    Think you can keep up? Find out how to take part below.

    via STV
  18. Rave reviews for Billy Connolly’s Glasgow shows

    If your one of the lucky people to be heading along to Billy Connolly’s gig at the Clyde Auditorium tonight it looks like you’re in for a treat.

    The comedy legend’s “High Horse” tour has been drawing rave reviews from critics and fans alike.

    Here’s what one satisfied punter had to say.

    @Billy_Connolly seen you tonight in Glasgow, tears of laughter running down my face (thankfully not my legs 😉) #bloodybrilliant

    carolannmcintosh

    @cadtosh
    via Twitter
  19. How well do you know the Glesga patter?

    Do you know when to ‘haud yer wheesht’ or have you ever went for a “stoat up the toon”?

    The Riverside Show’s Rachael Fulton visited the St Enoch’s Centre to ask some shoppers to translate some Glasgow slang.

    Be sure to get in touch and let us know your own favourite bits of Glesga patter.

    STV Glasgow

    STV Glasgow

    via STV
  20. Put a personal touch on your festive gifts

    The shops are busy putting their Christmas displays up, but if you fancy putting a more personal touch on your festive gifts then head to the SECC for “Crafts For Christmas” today.

    The exhibition will show you how to make a range of homecard cards, gifts and decorations to give to your friends and family.

    Tickets are £9 each and £7 for concessions

    SECC

    SECC

    via SECC
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