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Artist Aid Ukraine to open in Glasgow

100 of Scotland’s best contemporary artists are taking part

Yardworks opens in a blaze of colour

One of Europe’s biggest events dedicated to street art and graffiti continues Sunday

The Art Car Boot Sale returns to SWG3

Turner Prize nominees and emerging stars will feature

Glasgow Academy unveils 'transformative' plan

Local residents are invited to see the proposals

'He was one of the smartest people I've known'

Father's Day event to raise money for MND Scotland

Glasgow to host historic shinty cup final

Glasgow Mid Argyll play Kyles Athletic at Peterson Park in Yoker


Michelin chef offers Spanish food on a budget

The new Catalan-inspired menu has prices from £6.50

Wild thing ... Bingham's Pond recognised as urban oasis

City park will be better managed for wildlife and plant life

Glasgow's Dali heading to the land of the Prince Bishops

First time the work has left its home in five years

Eco-friendly cargo bike service is "safe and secure"

Free trial is open to Glasgow businesses who want to be green

Review: 'The Body Electrician' - A Play, A Pie, and A Pint

Written by Patricia Panther and directed by Joe Douglas

Ukraine and wildlife take a bough in Victoria Park

Volunteers plant 150 trees including the national tree of Ukraine


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Interviews, books and a new property section … and lots more

Pipers play Ukrainian national anthem at Kelvingrove

Writer Alastair Campbell and piper Finlay MacDonald came up with the idea

Make Music Day comes to Byres Road

Supermarket and bars to stage live performances

School pupils make case for Clean Air Day

People are asked to give the car a day off on June 16.

All hands on deck … getting Waverley ship shape

Famous paddle steamer sets sail on jubilee season

John Byrne retrospective opens at Kelvingrove art gallery

The first look-back showing of the Paisley-born polymath for more than 20 years.


New era for North Kelvin meadow and Children's Wood

Lease secured by community for the next 25 years

Making it easier to recycle old laptops and phones

Network of repair and reuse points is expanded

Sew big … Jenny opens new HQ on Great Western Road

Sew Confident was set up by Jenny Drew 10 years ago

Free street galas and festivals are back

Q & A with arts director Brendon McIlroy

Review: 'Not Now' - A Play, A Pie and A Pint

Written by David Ireland and directed by Becky Hope Palmer

'Distanced' Kibble shows at Bard in the Botanics

Company aware some people are still anxious about Covid


Mika & Me: 'Our first year in sharp focus'

Optician first in UK to offer Japanese aspheric lenses as standard

Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair returns to Kelvingrove

Works range from as little as £50 to over £20,000 in price

Street artists to transform eight city locations

SWG3 also reveals line-up for Yardworks Festival

Why spring is still the best time to sell

Don't put off that move any longer, says expert

Review: 'The Infernal Serpent' - Play, Pie, and Pint

Written by Dave Gerow and directed by Beth Morton

'Times are hard, but I remain quietly confident'

Business figure assesses the local economic climate



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