1. One last thing: Here's our #STVmostread across Scotland today

    It's time to say goodnight folks, but I'll leave you with the best read stories from across Scotland including the one about the Scotsman who flew over the Mound at the Red Bull Hill Chasers cycling event.

  2. Nibbles and tipples at Juniper

    Plus enjoy fantastic views of Edinburgh Castle. Pay £10 instead of £21 for six delicious bar nibbles to share between two plus a cocktail each from the cocktail menu at Juniper, on Princes Street. That's a 52 per cent saving. Enjoy.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  3. Hooray you can now get on your way, soon

    After several tedious hours of crawling traffic things should clear up a bit as northbound lanes over the Forth Road Bridge are expected to re-open in the next quarter of an hour. The lanes were reduced to one after a fuel spill earlier today, causing chaos on the roads.

    Hang in there if you're still stuck in traffic, you'll be home soon.

    Some good news at last - we are now in the process of uplifting cones; expect both northbound lanes open in about 15 minutes

    Forth Road Bridge

    via Twitter
  4. Red sky at night, shepherd's delight

    Let's hope this saying rings true in the 'morrow. Here's a stunning pic of the sun setting at Granton Beach by @edinspotlight. Like.

    Edinburgh sunset this evening, the golden sands of Granton beach http://t.co/7XEZJfHS3l

    Edinburgh Spotlight

    via Twitter
  5. From Hidden Door to the outdoors

    There's no slowing down for artist Karen Gabbitas, who contributed to Hidden Door at the Market Street vaults this month. She's running a new Walk Slow, Pedal Fast event on April 26, which is part of the John Muir Festival.

    It will involve taking a mindful walk to a bike-powered installation where people can pedal to generate a film screening. Check out the details in the tweet.

    #HiddenDoor2014 might b ovr but our artists are already busy with new work! check out 'Walk Slow, Pedal Fast' nxt wk! http://t.co/HRBhGs6avQ

    Hidden Door

    via Twitter
  6. Remember when 007 opened Edinburgh's first cinema bar

    It was 1963 and his latest flick From Russia With Love had just exploded onto the silver screen, but that didn't stop Sean Connery from returning to his neighbourhood and opening Cameo Cinema's bar.

    Goldfinger, which was shot a few weeks after the bar opening, will be screened this Friday as part of the cinema's ongoing centenary celebrations. Dress up in your finery and have a Martini toast - shaken, obviously.

    New Blog Post: Cameo Centenary: GOLDFINGER - John Reeve, from The Cameo in Edinburgh, looks forward to a rare scr... http://t.co/OS1NvlFg7Z

    Picturehouse Cinemas

    via Twitter
  7. It couldn't be easier to nominate your hero

    STV has launched a second series of RBS: Finding Scotland's Real Heroes and they need you to help dig out the people and animals who have dedicated their time to helping others.

    So now that you've seen the show, find out how to nominate someone whose hard work, ingenuity, ambition and generosity has improved their local community.

    RBS: Finding Scotland's Real Heroes - the hunt for 2014 champions begi

    RBS: Finding Scotland's Real Heroes - the hunt for 2014 champions begi

    via STV
  8. Missed the 6 'o' clock news?

    I don't blame you for being outside on this gorgeous evening and away from the telly. But if you're hankering to find out what's been going on, here's the STV 6pm news bulletin.

    via STV
  9. Work off those Easter treats at this rugby egg-travaganza

    Lismore Rugby Club are counting down to their massive day of social rugby on Saturday. They've got a three-way mens tournament and the Lismore womens team will be taking on the Delft ladies.

    The Lismore Old Boars team is also being resurrected for an over 35 match against Delft. Games start at 12.30pm at Inch Park.

    @brontorrie @STVEdinburgh @LismoreRFC are hosting a rugby extravaganza Saturday, with vets, senior and ladies games against touring sides


    via Twitter
  10. Do the Dashing White Blood Cell and Orcadian Strip-the-Helix

    Bet you've never heard of those wee ditties before? You can mix up your ceilidh moves with science tonight at Summerhall where Peter Lovatt (aka Dr Dance), neuroscientist Lewis Hou and his special science ceilidh band will be rejigging the classics. You've got a bit of time to get down there. The List has the low down.

    Science Ceilidh - Edinburgh Science Festival 2014

    Science Ceilidh - Edinburgh Science Festival 2014

    via LIST
  11. Gridlock as fuel clean-up continues on bridge

    People are reporting journey times of more than three hours from the Gyle to the Forth Road Bridge after a fuel spillage earlier today. Traffic is also at a stand still through Queensferry as people attempt to use it as a detour. Take care out there.

    #A90 @forthroadbridge Northbound - 1 lane remains blocked for ongoing clean up of fuel spillage, long delays on surrounding routes #M90 #M9

    Traffic Scotland

    via Twitter
  12. The clock is ticking for early bird Savour tickets

    This foodie event sounds like it's going to be a winner winner chicken dinner. We've noticed it's the last day to purchase early bird tickets for £10 so get in there.

    You can take a peak at the scrumptious line up by clicking on the link in the tweet - the cullen skink in a Scotch mist from Union of Genius sounds amazing.

    Today is the deadline for Early Bird tis for @Savour_Edi http://t.co/lLoKFChK6N

    Bite Magazine

    via Twitter
  13. Coming back from the dead at Electric Circus

    American musician Simone Felice was pronounced clinically dead for several minutes after suffering a brain aneurysm at the age of 12. Two year's later he had formed his first band after learning to write and read again. You can hear his tunes tonight at Electric Circus from 7pm.

    He'll be joined by Cara Mitchell Music and Callum Beattie. Seen as Callum, 23, is a local lad I thought it would be nice to share his latest single.

    Play 'Callum Beattie - Valentine's Day ft. Megan D'
    via YOUTUBE
  14. The Curious Incident of the Dog is coming to the capital

    Not for while though, but still it's exciting news that the play will be heading to Festival Theatre when it tours the UK later this year. Theatre critic Thom Dibdin has the inside word.

    Dates for Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at @EdTheatres announced: http://t.co/SISINOwiYk

    Thom Dibdin

    via Twitter
  15. Wondering why some pubs have shut up shop?

    The who's who of the food and drink bizzo are hobnobbing at The List's party to launch the latest Eating and Drinking Guide 2014/15.

    So you might see the lights off at a few pubs, bars and restaurants while the hospitality glitterati tear it up at The Scottish Cafe tonight.

    Now why is @Blackfriars_St shut? #listeatdrink http://t.co/mnjg2izhkh

    Simon Dessain

    via Twitter
  16. Judges pave the way for World's End murders retrial

    Angus Sinclair, who was cleared of the 1977 World's End murders in Edinburgh, faces standing trial again after an application under the Double Jeopardy Act was granted by judges. Here's the full story from our STV News colleagues.

  17. Pandering to your needs since 2013

    The good guys at @pandaandsons have got a sweet deal going on until 8.30pm so if you're in the West End why not pop in for a cheeky cocktail or two. Enjoy.

    If you fancy £4 cocktails, come down to @pandaandsons this eve from 5:30 till 8:30pm for our Chartreuse on off night with @CocktailHobbit!

    Panda & Sons

    via Twitter
  18. Friends of Keane Wallis Bennett to wear onesies to funeral

    The funeral for the 12-year-old girl who died when a free-standing wall fell on her at Liberton High School will be held on Thursday, the Evening News reports.

    People will be encouraged to wear bright clothes and Keane's friends will wear onesies as she had loved them, her mum said.

  19. Tickets released for Irish funny-man

    His shows have sold out every year since 2006 and he's only doing 12 performances this August, so you better get in quick for tickets to Andrew Maxwell's Hubble Bubble show. There's still two-for-one tickets available.

    Also, just a friendly tip, you can bookmark events on the Fringe website so you can keep track of all the events you want to see. Ideal.

    Andrew Maxwell: Hubble Bubble | Edinburgh Festival Fringe

    Andrew Maxwell: Hubble Bubble | Edinburgh Festival Fringe

    via EDFRINGE
  20. 'Tis the season for Easter cupcake mash-ups

    If you're a bit of a chocolate fiend and can't resist a cupcake, then maybe you should bypass Cuckoo's Bakery if you're in the vicinity because you will not be able to refuse buying a few of these beauties.

    It seems Edinburgh food blogger @fizzandphesant has a penchant for treats such as these - six cupcakes devoured in two minutes ... new record?

    Big thanks to @KIRSTYHENDERSO5 for these AMAZING @CuckoosBakery treats today. Mine didnt last 2 mins! Roll on Easter! http://t.co/R0XIMuBvT0

    Fizz & Pheasant

    via Twitter
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