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  • Woodlands Community Garden Pop-Up Cafe launch crowd-funding appeal

    Woodlands Community Garden are launching their Pop-Up Cafe crowd-funding event on Sunday, May 24 from 2-4pm. The fundraising picnic is a chance to find out more about their Local Food Social Support Hub Project and to meet staff and volunteers from the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Rosewater: Unmissable true-life story of Maziar Bahari’s imprisonment

    Another mesmerising performance from Gael Garcia Bernal in Rosewater, a serious film “leavened with humour and razor sharp wit from Jon Stewart”, writes Ruth Allen. This month’s round-up also includes coming of age drama Girlhood, the feel-good Pitch Perfect 2,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Beer review: Tempest storms back with Brave New World

    When I first began working behind the bar at Munros, we often had beers by Tempest on tap, writes Blane McConnell, of Munro’s craft beer bar. A nice little brewery from near the borders, Tempest dished out some pretty...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • WEST is now West on the Corner of Woodlands Road

    Independent brewery, bar and restaurant WEST is establishing a second outlet in its namesake location – the West End of Glasgow. Opening its doors from tomorrow, Friday,  May 8, WEST on the Corner on Woodlands Road, is the second outlet for...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • North Knightswood community council elections

    People living in High Knightswood, Netherton and Temple are being urged to get involved in the local community council being established for their area this month. The Knightswood North / Templar community council election has 12 places...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Refugee Festival Scotland – a cause for celebration

    The Scottish Refugee Council’s three-week Refugee Festival Scotland next month will celebrate a diverse and welcoming Scotland that upholds the rights, protection and dignity of refugees and recognises their positive impact on Scottish cultural life. From Wednesday, June 3...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Kelvingrove and Scots charity star on Antiques Roadshow

    Tonight’s episode of Antiques Roadshow was recorded at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery – and features a rare silver cup gifted to a Scottish charity in London four centuries ago. The 17th century Loving Cup was bequeathed to ScotsCare...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Bloodlines video Cathedral – starring Oran Mor

    Glasgow band Bloodlines have shot their latest video for ‘Cathedral’ in Oran Mor …  So along with the great sound there are some great visuals too, with Alasdair Gray’s work in this former Kelvinside Free Church providing an atmospheric backdrop.

    • Posted 3 years ago