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New cultural and community festival hits West End

Concerts, performances, recitals, galas, talks and exhibitions will feature

Celtic Connections celebrates 30th outing

Thousands of musicians from countries, including the USA, Ireland, Mali and Morocco, will perform

Korfball arrives in the West End

Similar to netball and basketball, with men and women in the same team

Festival to celebrate 'funniest city in the world’

Top acts at The King’s Theatre and a closing gala staged

'My favourite place to work is my walk-in wardrobe'

Working Lives: Lazara Canton, 44, mindset healer & author

Bird flu detected at Bingham's Pond

Signs say keep dogs on a lead and don't feed the birds

Glasgow coffee shops named among Scotland’s best

Latest Independent Coffee Guide lists some of the best places

The singer making Auld Alliance her business

Emmanuelle Gabarda was born in Montpellier but has lived in Scotland for the last five years

Why Celtic Connections remains so special

Donald Shaw looks forward to the winter festival's 30th outing

Fresh Perspectives at A Play, A Pie And A Pint

Nineteen productions make up the Spring Season at Òran Mór

Me & My Dug: Cecilia & Lily

'As far as gifts go this is the one that keeps on giving'

First major milestone for Govan-Partick bridge

Foundations for the south landing area of the Govan-Partick bridge are complete

Historic football match is replayed in Partick

Schoolchildren represent Scotland and England in first international game

Pitch perfect … take your seats for two great shows

Glasgow Warriors and Hoolie In The Hydro set to entertain fans

Charity issues urgent appeal for warm jackets and gifts

Skypark in Finnieston is a drop-off point for donations

Thornwood welcomes BRU and a taste of Africa

New business moves into former home of St Louis Cafe

'Your kindness is needed now more than ever'

Social Bite wants to provide 300,000 gifts for homeless and vulnerable people

Viewpoint: 'A tough year, but we made it'

Times are hard but Byres Road looks forward to Christmas, says John Turner

Firefighter remembered 50 years on

Adrian McGill was attempting to rescue a woman when he died

The beauty of panto at Christmas and what to see

Three great shows playing at local theatres

Partick garden shop expands its Christmas range

New shop on Peel Street now has trees, decorations and lights for the festive season

Duke’s 'Sweet Letter' to the Queen features in Glasgow concert

Jazz leader Tommy Smith excited to perform rare work

'It must be the best documented print studio in the world'

Arts writer Clare Henry looks forward to major new exhibition at Kelvingrove

'We’ve tried to make the songs as melodic as possible, so it’s very accessible'

Solea were born out of lockdown and their reputation is growing

Knit to keep folk warm this winter

West End-based Sew Confident wants people to knit and crochet gloves, hats and scarves

Glasgow’s biggest winter village opens on November 24

Street food vendors, drinks, live music, and festive party night feature

Summix Capital announce purchase of Central Quay site

Prime location bought from XLB for an undisclosed sum

How Jacquelyn followed her joy around the world

Travelling abroad has made her appreciate Glasgow, says writer

Plans unveiled for Glasgow memorial to south Asian war heroes

Consultation found overwhelming response to a memorial in Glasgow

The Great Western Festival rolls into town

All-day music event sees bands play at various local venues

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