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  1. Think you know Edinburgh? Think again

    Ian Colquhoun compiled over 700 facts about Edinburgh into one book.

    Delve into a dippable diary of Edinburgh's historic past

    Delve into a dippable diary of Edinburgh's historic past

    via STV
  2. Have your say around the city

    You can contribute to your community with the City of Edinburgh Council Consultation Hub.

    Consultation Hub

    Consultation Hub

  3. Perhaps the funniest present idea possible (if a little harsh)

    Simon Amstell, perhaps the most caustically brilliant host of Never Mind the Buzzcocks plays the Queens Hall on February 6.

    Just don't buy seats neat the front.

    Simon Amstell - To Be Free - What's On - The Queen's Hall

    Simon Amstell - To Be Free - What's On - The Queen's Hall

  4. Sunkissed soup and seared sea bass in the latest Lunchquest

    It wasn't the first time Lunchquest visited No 11 Brunswick Street. Would it be the last?

    No 11 Brunswick Street

    No 11 Brunswick Street

  5. New Young Fathers track pops up on French site

    Les Inrockuptibles exclusively hosts the Edinburgh group's latest offering, new single 'Soon Come Soon'. Hit right click and translate the page to English if your French isn't up to scratch!

    The single will be released fully on December 1.

    Les Inrocks - [EXCLU]

    Les Inrocks - [EXCLU] "Soon Come Soon", nouveau single de Young Father

  6. Have you visited the saltiest room in Edinburgh?

    Apparently, salt can do more than complement your chips.

    Caz Monkeys Around: First visit to The Salt Cave

    Caz Monkeys Around: First visit to The Salt Cave

  7. Pilot Beer celebrate their first anniversary

    After a year of brewing beer that's just as full of imagination as it is bubbles, Leith's own Pilot beer are holding a birthday bash from 7pm tonight at the Vintage.

    Tonight's the 1st birthday of our kinsmen and Leith's best brewery, @pilotbeeruk Get on up for birthday beers from 7pm #birthdaybeers

    The Vintage

    via Twitter
  8. The National will continue after trial run

    Neil Mackay tweeted on Thursday: "You'll be pleased to hear that The National @ScotNational is continuing ... See you Monday. Thanks for all your support x"

    Pro-independence newspaper the National to continue after trial run

    Pro-independence newspaper the National to continue after trial run

    via STV
  9. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £189 instead of up to £380 for a luxury overnight stay with full Scottish breakfast for two with a choice of three course dinner or £90 towards spa treatments or a round of golf on the Kintyre course at the award-winning five star Trump Turnberry. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    Trump Turnberry luxury overnight

    via ITISON
  10. See where the new speed limits may affect you

    After a successful run in the South of the city, the 20mph limit is set to affect the city centre and shopping areas. Here's where it could come into play.

    20 mph speed limit consultation | 20MPH consultation | The City of Edi

  11. Hop along to Hemma for notes on a wee island

    The Malta Job: Notes on a Wee Island sees a young journalist sent to the island to tie up a book left unfinished by a deceased author. However, the dead writer's notes soon sees the youngster embroiled in something much bigger than a book.

    The debut work of author Alwyn James will be launched tonight at Hemma from 7pm. Admission is free.

  12. Police appeal after attempted robbery

    Police are appealing for witnesses after a man demanded money at knifepoint from a 45-year-old taxi driver in Newton Street, Gorgie at around 4.20am this morning.

    The suspect is described as white, 18-25 years old with medium build, short brown hair and a clean shaven face. He was wearing a blue hooded zipper top, dark trousers and black trainers.

    Members of the public with any information are encouraged to contact Police Scotland on 101.

    via STV
  13. Matt Dunn brings his smooth acoustic tones to The Scottie

    Looking ahead to the weekend before Christmas, you might be looking for something that doesn't flash red and white and jingle when it moves. In which case this gig from Matt Dunn at The Scottie could be for you.

  14. Bah humburger! Burger Meats Bun release their festive menu

    Foodies will be jingling all the way to Burger Meats Bun from Tuesday as their menu gets into the festive spirit.

    They can expect to find treats such as the ‘No Thyme like the Pheasant’ Burger Special (pictured below), rosemary salted chips and the curiously-named special side, ‘Dogs in Blankets’.

    via STV
  15. Enrol your kids in the Dads Rock Academy

    Dads Rock Academy is Scotland's first music initiative offering kids and dads a chance to learn how to jam together, getting their hands on a free instrument as long as they attend the academy.

    Here's a look at their rocking launch.

    Play 'Dads Rock Academy Launch Night'
    via YOUTUBE
  16. The Traverse theatre needs YOUR help

    Well, to be more precise, it's your dog's help they need. The theatre are looking to adorn their tree with pics of your precious pups, and we don't suppose their little paws will be very selfie friendly.

    To celebrate #DevilMasters, we need top dogs like Cooper for the Traverse Christmas tree decor. Tweet us your pics!


    via Twitter
  17. Make a wreath with Kiss the Fish

    Pop along to Hannah Cherries Tea shop from 7-9pm tonight to piece together your own tartan wreath to brighten up your front door this Christmas.

    A spot costs £20 (which includes tea and cake), but be quick as there are limited spaces!

  18. Specialist blind school ready for opening

    The Royal Blind School in Edinburgh is to be officially opened after undergoing an extensive renovation.

    Revamped blind school to open

    Revamped blind school to open

    via BBC
  19. Same lads, new hits, hopefully different jeans...

    The inimitable Dundonian floppy-haired rockers will embark on a wee tour across Scotland in spring next year, and have hinted that they'll have some new material to play.

    They'll smash up the Liquid Rooms on April 10, presale tickets are up for grabs from 9am tomorrow.

    The View to Tour in Spring 2015 | Tenement TV

    The View to Tour in Spring 2015 | Tenement TV

  20. Delve into a dippable diary of Edinburgh's historic past

    From Burke and Hare in 1828 to the monkeys at Edinburgh Zoo escaping in 2009 - this new book includes everyday stories alongside pivotal events. See what happened on this day...

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