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  • West of Scotland’s ground stars in Tartan Pride

    Partick’s West of Scotland cricket ground is just one of the stars to be featured in Tartan Pride – the documentary about Scotland’s legendary football tussles with the Auld Enemy which will be screened on BBC Alba on...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Ashfield: New era for juniors and Glasgow Tigers

    A major deal has secured the future of Glasgow sporting institutions Ashfield juniors and Glasgow Tigers with a vital renovation of their shared stadium now underway, writes Bryan Copland. Glasgow Tigers has been bought by Michael and Gerry Facenna, owners of Possilpark...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Alfred Webster’s great legacy at Lansdowne Church

    WestEnders who have visited the new Webster’s Theatre at the famous Lansdowne Church building at Kelvinbridge may pause to remember the man who has given the theatre its name – Alfred Alexander Webster (1883-1915), writes Ruth Allen....

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Beer review: Holly Daze, Fyne Ales

    With Christmas almost upon us it seemed like as good a time as ever to try out Loch Fyne’s seasonal brew, Holly Daze, ,writes Blane McConnell of Beers of the World Magazine. Holly Daze pours a deep amber colour with...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Grandmaster: Mesmerising, utterly beautiful

    From deep-sea drama in Black Sea to the communication problems of the social media age in Men, Women and children, emotions are running high this Christmas – just don’t miss out on the “mesmerising” Grandmaster, writes Ruth Allen. THE GRANDMASTER (15) (Director:  Wong Kar-wai;...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Scotland Club XV – back at Old Anniesland

    Scottish Rugby will seek to build on the success of Scotland’s viagogo Autumn Test match against Tonga at Kilmarnock’s Rugby Park by taking more representative fixtures on the road in the New Year, writes Alex Gordon. For...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Paulin Watches: Turning back time in Partick

    Paulin Watches have launched their debut collection of timepieces – all designed and assembled in their Partick workshop. Watchmaking was once a thriving industry in the UK. And Paulin Watches say they have an ambitious plan to bring the manufacture of affordable, high quality watches...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Glasgow Hawks: Men of Steele

    Glasgow Hawks 16, Gala 13 Hawks gathered an extremely valuable four league points with a last-minute penalty try that reflected the character and grit of the whole team, writes Alex Gordon. The match ended with a farcical 13 minutes...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Electric Gardens … a Botanics light festival

    A spectacular light and sound experience will take place in the Botanic Gardens next year after the West End Festival organisers have been given the go-ahead to stage The Electric Gardens. The Electric Gardens experience will include a walking tour for adults, children and...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Beer review: Ghost Town, Cromarty Brewing

    Cromarty are a young Highland brewery that has been in operation since late 2011, writes Blane McConnell of Beers of the World Magazine. Since rolling out their first casks they have amassed praise from critics and beer lovers...

    • Posted 3 years ago