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A neighbourhood guide to FinniestonOnce a mangle of warehouses and docks, Finnieston sits on the banks of the River Clyde, just west of Glasgow’s traditionally more salubrious city centre. But like so many ex-industrial neighbourhoods, Finnieston is now attracting a new generation. You won’t find the big chains here; this is an area that is proud to keep it local. Here’s our guide to how you can do the same.

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National Theatre of Scotland

From Hollywood A-listers to art-house thesps, there’s no end to the talent that has – and continues to tread the boards in some of the best theatres in Glasgow. With a variety of glorious Victorian spaces as well as new underground hubs, the city easily boasts the best arts venues in Scotland.

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Culinary Genius Glasgow: From Land to Sea

by Community Manager March 2013 - last edited July by Moderator

Glasgow StravaiginGlasgow may not have the Michelin star kudos of its Edinburgh neigbour, but its culinary catch is just as strong with a burgeoning collection of chefs showcasing the true potential of Scotland’s larder from land and sea – and a few quirky twists to boot.

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The Rise of Glasgow's Microbreweries

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited July by Moderator

The Rise of Glasgow's MicrobreweriesWith ‘beer travel’ now being heartily embraced as a tourism trend, Glasgow’s leading the march, positioning itself as one of the most dynamic UK destinations for fans of the fizzy stuff. 

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Tips from 35,000 Feet: Glasgow

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited July by Moderator

Glasgow 35,000 Feet

Glasgow is a gorgeous Scottish city, and when our flight crew touch down here, they've got lots on their schedules. They give us a glimpse into their favourite Glaswegian hotspots here.

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Insider Interview Glasgow: Alan Bissett

by Community Manager January 2013 - last edited July by Moderator

Insider Interview Glasgow: Alan Bissett

Local talent Alan Bissett is the Glenfiddich Spirit of Scotland Writer of the Year 2011. As a playwright, novelist, writer and performer his work often tells its own story about Scotland and identity. He talks to us about what he loves about his city. 

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