Games with a difference at bookshop

A WEEGIE "Games" is being staged in Glasgow to examine some of Scotland's great unanswered questions.

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The opening round will take place later today, at Waterstones in Argyle Street, as two teams of Scottish writers and patter merchants go head to head from 7pm.

They will debate whether the city is better known for its odd relationship with sport and fitness, or its weather.

A "closing ceremony" will be held on Sunday, at Stereo, in Renfield Lane, with The Steamie versus Glasgow Kiss.


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