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  1. #STVspark: Join us for a night of digital brilliance, craft ale and music

    Some of Scotland's brightest stars in the digital and creative worlds are aligning for a night of celebration. You're invited to join them on Saturday to hear their pitches for the £1000 prize.

  2. There's a Georgian affair in store for you this weekend

    The Museum of Edinburgh will step back in time this Saturday for a slice of life in 1760. From 11am-4pm, you'll see how the city guard kept the peace (with the stocks being open for business) and have the chance to chat with some of Edinburgh's Georgian denizens.

    Edinburgh Museums - Edinburgh Museums

    Edinburgh Museums - Edinburgh Museums

    via EDINBURGHMUSEUMS
  3. Edinburgh prepare to take on le Lou

    French side Lyon are new to the top tier in their homeland, but boast some dangerous talent that will keep Edinburgh on their toes. Kick off is at 7:45pm on October 24.

    Book tickets | Edinburgh Rugby

    Book tickets | Edinburgh Rugby

    via EDINBURGHRUGBY
  4. Prepare yourself for a Balkanarama

    A night of gypsy, klezmer and balkan music can mean only one thing... a battle of brassy dancing that you won't forget.

    Be at Pottenrow from 10pm on October 24 with £9 in your pocket.

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  5. Enjoy a break away in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £132 instead of £265 for an overnight stay in a deluxe room, including full Scottish breakfast for two at Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course in the Scottish Borders. That's a saving of 50%.

    Roxburghe Hotel overnight

    Roxburghe Hotel overnight

    via ITISON
  6. Edinburgh makes the short list of top picture hooses

    The Cameo made the cut in this top 21 UK cinemas from Buzzfeed. Are there any others you think should be on the list?

    21 Cinemas You Must Visit Before You Die

    21 Cinemas You Must Visit Before You Die

    via BUZZFEED
  7. Edinburgh looks back on a past fuelled by Northern Soul

    Northern Soul explores the culture, history and sounds of the scene and is on at the Cameo until Thursday.

    Film brings Northern Soul back to Edinburgh

    Film brings Northern Soul back to Edinburgh

    via SCOTSMAN
  8. PM condemns treatment of imprisoned Scot in Pakistan

    Mohammad Asghar was sentenced to death in January after writing letters to a number of people claiming to be the Prophet Mohammed.

    Prime Minister: Treatment of Pakistan death row Scot is 'appalling'

    Prime Minister: Treatment of Pakistan death row Scot is 'appalling'

    via STV
  9. See the Botanics in a new light at Night in the Garden

    Between October 30 and November 23 you can experience the Botanics like you've never seen it before. Follow an illuminated path to the stunning Victorian Palm House, which will be all lit up for the occasion before an incredible light display on Inverleith House Lawn.

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  10. Bus and tram crash in west end causes traffic headache

    Trams were forced to stop at Shandwick Place as one blocked the junction with Torphichen Street after a collision with a 44 Lothian Bus this afternoon.

    Read more from the Evening News.

    Tram and bus crash in West End causes chaos

    Tram and bus crash in West End causes chaos

    via SCOTSMAN
  11. Watch these comedians steal the show... and each other's jokes

    Joke Thieves has been a sell out show at the Fringe for the past two years, and sees funnymen and women pinch each others lines with hilarious results.

    You can pop along to The Stand tonight and see the thievery for yourself at 7.30pm. Tickets are £6.

    JOKE THIEVES | It's comedy set swapping LIVE

    JOKE THIEVES | It's comedy set swapping LIVE

    via JOKETHIEVES
  12. These Edinburgh bakeries mean you'll never have to pick up a pinny

    WOW247 have compiled a collection of the sweetest treat-peddlers in town. Enjoy, and try not to slaver all over your screen.

    Edinburgh bakery guide: The best places to satisfy your sweet tooth |

    Edinburgh bakery guide: The best places to satisfy your sweet tooth |

    via WOW247
  13. Police appeal for missing man Ryann McCann

    Ryan McCann, 34, from Paisley, was last seen in Saughton Hall Road last night at 5.18pm. He It is thought that he is travelling in his white Fiat 500L car, which is distinctively longer than a normal model with larger wheel arches. Anyone with information should contact police on 101.

    Missing man Ryan McCann seen in Scotmid, Saughton Hall Rd, Edinburgh yesterday at 6pm: https://t.co/BWTZvZH7hh http://t.co/eWAbdfbFFg

    RenfrewInverPol

    @RenfrewInverPol
    via Twitter
  14. Have your say on a pela-ton of possibilities for Edinburgh cycle hub

    In a week of bike-related news, here's a look at the four proposed options for Edinburgh's cycle hub. The council is calling upon the public to have their say on the plans, and you can complete a survey below.

    Cycling Hub in Hunter's Hall Park | Hunter's Hall Park - Cycling Hub O

    Cycling Hub in Hunter's Hall Park | Hunter's Hall Park - Cycling Hub O

    via EDINBURGH
  15. Great Scott! Have you picked up your free copy?

    With the station draped in snippets of writing from the great man in celebration of Waverley's 200th birthday, 25,000 copies of Great Scott! Celebrating Sir Walter Scott are available free whilst stocks last.

    Great Scott! campaign - Edinburgh City of Literature

    Great Scott! campaign - Edinburgh City of Literature

    via CITYOFLITERATURE
  16. This is Sparta: We can win cup insists McCulloch

    The Spartans FC manager thinks that her side can lift the Women's Scottish Cup after crushing Aberdeen 4-1 in the semi-final.

    Spartans boss McCulloch reckons women can lift cup

    Spartans boss McCulloch reckons women can lift cup

    via THENEN
  17. Sun shines and rain pours, but Sean always knows the score

    Here he is to keep you in the loop with today's atmospheric updates.

    via STV
  18. A night of music to support those who care

    The Edinburgh Carers Council present a night of performance from some top class musicians.

    Withered Hand are set to preview their long awaited second album, Admiral Fallow's own vocalist and flautist Sarah Haynes features and the bill is topped off with the home grown Blue Rose Code.

    Things get underway at the Electric Circus at 7pm. Tickets are £8

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  19. Stromboli to soup: local producers in the mix at Poddingtons Coffee House

    Designed to give the feel of a country kitchen and a relaxed home-from-home vibe, the new coffee shop champions local Edinburgh suppliers. And the cakes look heavenly.

  20. Enjoy a break away in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £132 instead of £265 for an overnight stay in a deluxe room, including full Scottish breakfast for two at Roxburghe Hotel & Golf Course in the Scottish Borders. That's a saving of 50%.

    Roxburghe Hotel overnight

    Roxburghe Hotel overnight

    via ITISON
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