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Steak is beefing up to feed hundreds of homeless people
That's all from us today. Our AM team will be back bright and early tomorrow.
For the third year in a row, Steak will cook a Christmas Eve feast for hundreds of Edinburgh's homeless.
Jim Murphy: 'I think that our sport in Scotland is kind of stuck in a class mentality'
Football fans should be allowed to drink in the stadium before the match, according to Scottish Labour's new leader.
Jim Murphy has attacked the "class mentality" in Scottish sport which permits "middle-class" spectators to drink at rugby and in the corporate hospitality box at football matches while "working-class" spectators have been cut off.
Murphy says football fans should be allowed to drink in stadiums
Deal of the day: two-course meal at Waterloo Bistro
Get food worth fighting for with today’s deal for a two-course meal for two with a glass of wine each at The Waterloo Bistro, Haddington, near Edinburgh.
With today's deal, you can snap up a two-course meal for £19 instead of up to £41, including a glass of wine each.
Waterloo Bistro dining, Haddington
Briefs: The Second Coming
It's billed as "an all male, sharp shooting cabaret of burlesque with balls, high flying circus bandits and savage gender offenders".
Briefs: The Second Coming, the all-male burlesque show making waves in St Andrew Square this Christmas, will remain in Edinburgh until January 4.
Time Out gave the London production five stars, so the show comes highly recommended... in addition to a warning label for under 18s.
The show put it best themselves: it's "for the fun-hearted, not the faint-hearted."
Briefs: The Second Coming - What's on - Edinburgh's Christmas - Underb
Our Dynamic Earth appoint old employee as new scientific director
Scots-educated science broadcaster Dr Hermione Cockburn has returned to work at the city tourist attraction that launched her career 15 years ago.
Dr Cockburn helped to establish the Edinburgh attraction's education service when it opened in 1999, shortly after graduating with a PhD in geomorphology from Edinburgh University.
She said: "My career has come full circle and I am returning to Dynamic Earth with much excitement...
"Education and science outreach are obviously my prime motivators and I have been blown away by the extent of the appetite there is for visitors to benefit from the interactive and very real learning experience that Dynamic Earth offers."
'Hooded gang' launch late-night attack on teenage cyclist
A gang of hooded men on mopeds chased a teenage cyclist through Edinburgh city centre and assaulted him.
The 19-year-old was pursued for around a quarter of a mile by six hooded males riding four mopeds from Howe Street to St Vincent Place at around 2am this morning.
Detective Constable Alison Wyllie said: "We are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which began on Howe Street leading to the suspects following the victim onto Abercrombie Place towards Fettes Row and St Vincent Place.
"We are particularly appealing to a lady who was in the area at the time and who assisted the victim following the attack to come forward, along with anyone who saw this group of males on the mopeds around the time of the incident."
Set (culture) lasers to stun as Forest Cafe podcast live online
Ryan Van Winkle and the Culture Laser team were live at the Forest Cafe as the podcast wrapped up a jam-packed 2014.
Guests include writer Jo Clifford, novelist Nick Holdstock and music from Jack O’ Diamonds and GOL.
[CL] Culture Laser Live from the Forest Cafe by Culture Laser
High winds puts Star Flyer out of action
You can still take a whirl on the Big Wheel but the Star Flyer is currently closed while the wind keeps up.
Perfect time to go and hunt down the crepe stall, we think.
WEATHER UPDATE 21/12, 12:30: The Big Wheel is now open. The Star Flyer remains closed due to high winds.
Christmas truce remembered as over 180 join Edinburgh tour
Re-enact, remember and reflect.
These three words will shape a trip as over 180 people are set to embark on in a bid to remember the Christmas truce of 1914.
Man arrested in connection with alleged Meadows rape
A 22-year-old man has been charged with the alleged rape of a woman in The Meadows last month.
He is expected to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Monday.
Man arrested following alleged rape of woman in Edinburgh park
'The festival seems to inspire a kind of masochism...'