‘Looking back, it has been another remarkable year’
Business owner John Turner offers some seasonal notes from Byres Road this Christmas, amid talk of Omicron and kindness.
Check mates … designers capture Glasgow in 3D chess set
The Duke of Wellington statue complete with road-cone hat is one of the pieces.
Country Living Christmas Fair is back at the SEC in Glasgow
Our offer provides a 30% discount on standard advance tickets for one adult visitor.
Christmas lights celebrations return after pandemic gap
The event in Vinicombe Street, Cresswell Lane and Ruthven Lane, off Byres Road, promises to be a day of festive fun.
Spiced up … Little Curry House to reopen after £150,000 refit
'I can’t wait to get back to serving people indoors again - it’ll be like serving up a family-sized portion of normality'
'The next three to six months will be a critical period'
'The next three to six months is going to be a critical period for the recovery of businesses'
Glasgow's flowerpot people go for growth with new design
Andrew Flynn and Martin Keane are the West End-based founders of POTR Pots.
Partick hair salon looks to the future as it celebrates 20 years
Staff have introduced fresh ideas and a new product range into the salon.
'It was 11 o'clock before my first customer and I opened at 8'
Gary Peline fears for his business after a slump in trade since Easter.
Eusebi's told to remove its dining boxes following objections
Glasgow city council ruled the covered boxes did not comply with emergency Covid regulations.
'I see West End and Byres Road as a melting pot of cultures'
Entrepreneur Tom Lei has relaunched 888 Express on Byres Road, selling groceries and Hong Kong street food.
Helen celebrates 30 years of Pampas with charity pop-up
Surplus stock left over from lockdown will be sold over 30 days, with money going to the Beatson Cancer Charity.
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.
Latest Byres Road venue offers juice for the soul and phone
'The whole of the West End has a real vibrancy and buzz about it and we can't wait to be part of that'
Butchers offers classes in meat cuts and making sausages
The business already trades in Uddingston where the original shop is based and has been since 1910.
Treasure trail ... from the Southside to Glasgow's West End
'It’s a joy to join the wealth of independent stores in Glasgow and see the West End thrive once again'
'We just love doing what we do. We are passionate about it'
Basta opened its doors in 2017, and is now run by Innes and his daughter Olivia.
Garden centre in a good place to weather 'perfect storm'
Brexit and lockdown has put the squeeze on plants and shrubs. Martin McCarron says: 'The demand is just so high this year.'
'We were quickly drawn to the concept of doughnuts'
Rhiannon Louden talks to Iain Bailie about the pastry business and Tantrum Doughnuts
'Roll on April 26, when we can welcome you back'
John Turner reminds us of the timetable for local shops and businesses to welcome back customers.
Why Partick and the West End rocks for designer April Hay
“Gok Wan’s office called and asked me to take part in their ‘fashion brunch club’ programme in Glasgow.”
Peckham's returns to Hyndland bolt hole where it all began
The company will trade again at what was the Hyndland Fox on Clarence Drive.
'Since my first cafe job, I knew I wanted to do this for life'
Adele McPhee says she loves running a neighbourhood cafe in the West End.
'Our city centres will look very different in 10 years time'
Local business figure John Turner says our high streets and shopping areas will be very different in 10 years time.
Photographer focuses on podcasts to inspire and connect
Photographer Rhiannon Louden says her new focus has helped her connect with other creators and enterprises.
'Let’s all be more careful as we go about our daily tasks'
Byres Road trader John Turner offers words of comfort and calls for everyone to be more careful as they go about their daily tasks.
Glasgow chef turns up the heat with new range of condiments
Garry Dick launched ‘Hot Condiments co’ after a series of personal setbacks caused by the coronavirus.
'Not the start to 2021 we'd wanted, but not unexpected'
Local trader and business figure John Turner explains why Byres Road means so much.