Donald MacInnes documents a year of oddness, from spray tans to spider spray...
The first Barrowlands show sold out in three minutes, the second in 15. The tour has so far done £400,000’s worth of business
Pre-recorded backing track beats were simple yet compellingly pounding, and her stagecraft was symphonic
Jet-skiing with superstars is all in a day's work for Glasgow-born Hudson Mohawke. Shaun Curran meets the protean producer
The Scottish city hasn't earned its 'People Make Glasgow' slogan for nothing
Last week's outrages in Paris must not change Britain’s plans to offer succour to people in need
A new DC publication hits the stands this week. And while the themes may be familiar, the setting makes a change. So why does Red Thorn belong to Glasgow?
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scots to welcome the new arrivals
Scottish musician and artist C Duncan is a trained composer whose work has been performed on BBC Radio 3
A petition calling for Sandra White to 'resign for her racist tweet' has received almost 600 signatures
Grosvenor Cinema in Glasgow was due to screen Oscar-nominated 1977 film on behalf of the Islamic Society of Britain
When they strain for those anthemic, arena-filling lines is when they sound at their least interesting
1. What domestic disciplinary record do the footballers Richard Dunne, Patrick Vieira and Duncan Ferguson share?
Focus groups conducted in Edinburgh and Glasgow found that Labour was seen as 'indistinguishable from the Tories'
It was a hell of a party, with a lightshow, tickertape falls and streamer cannons
Contractors have admitted the job didn’t go 'exactly as planned'