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  • Coach House Trust Christmas Market

    The Coach House Trust is having a Christmas Market next month on Saturday, December 5 between 10am-4pm. There will be Arts & Crafts and plants for sale together with hot food and drinks. Rock salt and compost will also be...

    • Posted 2 years ago
  • Miquel Torner de Semir exhibition at Thistle Gallery

    Catalonian artist Miquel Torner de Semir is showing nine paintings in the Thistle Gallery in Park Road – in a time-limited exhibition until November 8. Torner de Semir’s distinctive works – often in collage and taking influences from Gothic stained glass...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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    Alf Webster: Glasgow’s Lost Genius

    The story of remarkable Glasgow artist and craftsman Alf Webster  – whose life was cut short by the  First World War – is the focus of a special conference next month. Alf Webster: Glasgow’s Lost Genius will be held in the former Lansdowne...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Gully Ravine, June 28, 1915: Glasgow Accies’ longest day

    This morning, June 28, 2015 a simple ceremony of remembrance took place at the Glasgow Academy War Memorial on Great Western Road to recall the events of exactly 100 years ago, writes Hugh Barrow.  Representatives of the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Wilton Street ‘Save the Green Space’ campaign

    Kelvinbridge residents determined to ‘Save The Green Space’ are campaigning to prevent development of the garden on the corner of Wilton Street and Doune Gardens. More than 70 people turned out to Monday night’s meeting in Kelvinbridge...

    • Posted 3 years ago
  • Craft beer: pumping new energy into our pubs

    The thirst for craft beer is re-energising and reshaping Glasgow’s pub scene, bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘special brew’, writes Ginny Clark. From a few independent brewery pioneers bubbling up over the past decade,...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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    Paperino’s West End … a flavour of Italy

    When Stefano and Sandro Giovanazzi extended their successful Sauchiehall Street restaurant Paperinos into Byres Road nine years ago, they were really coming home to the West End. Their father Angelo Giovanazzi had opened La Parmigiana on Great...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    BRGR … great chips off the old block

    The popular bar Black Rabbit suffered water damage earlier this year and re-emerged refurbished in September as BRGR, with an imaginative burger menu and a neat gimmick in the shape of The Hawder, a fold-your-own cardboard holder....

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Take a walk on the wild side – in search of the West End’s architectural menagerie

    The West End has a wealth of wildlife-themed statues and carvings, on grand public buildings, on coats of arms and on seemingly random private houses, writes Ronnie Scott. Not all of them are obvious, so take our...

    • Posted 4 years ago
  • Bikes for hire scheme now launched

    Glasgow’s new £600,000 Mass Automated Cycle Hire (MACH) scheme was launched today with 400 bikes available for public hire at 31 locations across the city and additional temporary sites at six Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games venues. In the West End...

    • Posted 4 years ago