Outdoor ceilidh at Kelvingrove is star turn
Organisers say the next dance is in September
Glasgow's Dali heading to the land of the Prince Bishops
First time the work has left its home in five years
Pipers play Ukrainian national anthem at Kelvingrove
Writer Alastair Campbell and piper Finlay MacDonald came up with the idea
John Byrne retrospective opens at Kelvingrove art gallery
The first look-back showing of the Paisley-born polymath for more than 20 years.
Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair returns to Kelvingrove
Works range from as little as £50 to over £20,000 in price
Interview: Graeme Cheevers on Michelin stars and inner peace
Unalome's award-winning chef talks about who inspired him
Behind the scenes at Kelvin Hall
A multi-million pound 'shiny-floor' TV studio is taking shape
Police vow to keep Kelvingrove Park safe in the sun
Senior officer says trouble will not be tolerated
Update: Man, 59, arrested after woman assaulted on Kelvin Way
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BBC arm to operate £11.9m Kelvin Hall film and TV studios
Kelvin Hall is to make films and TV series for the BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 4 and Netflix, after a deal was struck with BBC Studioworks.
Return of the Ice Age … Elfingrove rink not just one-off
Scotland’s biggest ice rink is opening to the public and organisers say the attraction will be an annual event.
58,000 climate protesters expected at marches
Two large-scale climate change marches will see more than 58,000 protesters taking part on November 5 and 6.
Revealed: Van Dyck painting to go on display at Kelvingrove
Marchesa Lomellini is the first Van Dyck to enter the City’s collection.
Kelvingrove gallery among venues for CeilidhFest celebration
Kelvingrove art gallery is among the venues for the celebration of Glasgow's music and culture.
'On my gravestone I want it to say ‘he made things happen’'
There have been highs and lows, but it has been 'worth while', says Michael.
It's back … West End Festival returns with free outdoor events
This year is extra special as the festival marks its 25th anniversary.
Kelvingrove winter festival returns with a brand new show
The first show attracted negative reviews and claims it failed to offer value for money.
Bringing home the horrors of the Bosnian War 26 years on
It tells the powerful stories of ordinary people who lived through the war and explores some of Scotland’s connections with the country during and after the conflict.
Unalome to open after Finnieston venue's total transformation
A team of nine chefs is ready to go - and their mission is more Michelin stars for Glasgow.
Ten jobs created with launch of opticians chain in Glasgow
Barry Hutcheon and Wendy Bremner say they want to change the face of the high street.
Glasgow Girls Club looks to tackle loneliness and isolation
A ‘digital notice board’ is being developed to help people feeling isolation and loneliness in the West End.
Television and film studio plans revealed for Kelvin Hall
Support will come from the Scottish Government towards the £11.9 million facility – delivering a huge boost to the city’s screen and creative sectors.
Top chef's first solo restaurant has success high on the menu
Graeme hopes Unalome will win Glasgow’s first Michelin star in almost 17 years.
Kelvingrove and other landmarks turn red for Poppy Appeal
The 'Light Up Red' campaign aims to raise awareness of those who have served, those still serving and their families.
Let there be light … new-look Kelvingrove Café opens up again after refurbishment
The refurbishment makes the most of the building’s original architecture.
'It’s great to see this exciting community-led project take another important step'
A new development trust has been formed by residents in Yorkhill and Kelvingrove to drive forward an ambitious city cycle project.