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  1. New coffee bar Cult Espresso to open on Buccleuch Street

    For those caffeine lovers out there, we've spotted a new cafe you might want to keep an eye on, as the build is now underway near the Meadows.

    That's all from us tonight, we'll be back tomorrow with the latest news and events.

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  2. Meet the cast and director of the new Traverse theatre play

    Outlying Islands will arrive at the theatre on October 1 and the company has now shared this chat with the team giving you an insight into the rehearsal process.

    Play 'The cast and director of Outlying Islands talk about their first week'
    via YOUTUBE
  3. Take a look back at summer in the city

    Edinburgh Spotlight has uploaded the final stunning snaps from across the city to its summer photo album. From the Festival carnival to Dunsapie loch, enjoy a snapshot of summer right here.

    PHOTOS - Summer 2014 in Edinburgh

    PHOTOS - Summer 2014 in Edinburgh

    via EDINBURGHSPOTLIGHT
  4. Visit the newest Italian kitchen in Stockbridge for a bargain bite

    Today's Deal of the Day is for £14 instead of up to £32 for any pizza or pasta dish plus a glass of wine each for two, or £26 instead of up to £64 for four at Veritas on Deanhaugh Street.

    Stockbridge Italian dining

    Stockbridge Italian dining

    via ITISON
  5. It's no secret who is headlining Sneaky Petes

    Kilmarnock rock pop four-piece One Last Secret will perform at the venue with support from The Steals and Seneka. Tickets are still available for a bargain price of £6.

    One Last Secret + The Steals + Seneka play Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

    One Last Secret + The Steals + Seneka play Sneaky Pete's, Edinburgh

    via 7AHEAD
  6. Pomegranate announces refurbishment closure dates

    Fans of the restaurant in Leith take note of these dates in your diary, as Pomegranate will be closed for refurbishment for two weeks from Monday, September 29 to Monday, October 13.

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  7. Senior party figures back Nicola Sturgeon for SNP leadership

    Alex Neil and Humza Yousaf have ruled themselves out of bids for the leadership, backing current deputy Nicola Sturgeon to take on the top job.

    Senior party figures back Nicola Sturgeon SNP leadership bid

    Senior party figures back Nicola Sturgeon SNP leadership bid

    via STV
  8. Travel diversions in place for climate march

    Due to the People's Climate March, Princes Street is currently closed westbound to traffic, affecting a number of Lothian Buses services. Trams will also only run between the airport and the West End.

    1 3 4 10 11 12 15 16 19 22 25 26 30 31 33 34 37 40 43 44 44A 100 113 - Road Closure - Princes street Westbound - http://t.co/I2KvarBTIT

    Lothian Buses

    @on_lothianbuses
    via Twitter
  9. Interactive electronic club night set for one night takeover

    Party like the Dutch with El Presidente at City nightclub in October. Don't expect the usual late-night antics.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  10. Hundreds gather for climate change march across town

    Thanks to @greenhac for sharing this photo on Twitter. Crowds have gathered at the Mound precinct to take part in the People's Climate March, a campaign against climate change taking place across more than 100 countries.

    Crowds gather for People Climate change March, Edinburgh #climatemarch #ClimateChange http://t.co/jDR3Sf0Uej

    Peter

    @greenhac
    via Twitter
  11. Unusual felt art takes over the Wild Flower Shop

    If you walk by the store on Portobello High Street it's hard not to take a look inside. The shop has been taken over by felt sculptures from Heather Potten's collaborative exhibition with Esther Kuck. You can pop in today between 3pm or 5pm, or visit any time until October 18.

    via STV
  12. Don't forget Doors Open Day returns next weekend

    Summerhall shared this little reminder that next weekend, as well as the artists opening their studios, its brewery and distillery will be open to the public.

    We are taking part in Doors Open Day next weekend! OpenArtistsStudios|@barneysbeer|@pickeringsgin|Music|Food + more! http://t.co/h9NWIOy7iq

    Summerhall

    @Summerhallery
    via Twitter
  13. Witnesses sought after shots fired at house and car

    The first incident happened when a vehicle was targeted at The Murrays Brae, a short time later a firearm was also discharged at a house in Gilmerton Dykes Drive. Our colleagues @STVNews have the full story.

    Police appeal after shots fired at house and car in Edinburgh

    Police appeal after shots fired at house and car in Edinburgh

    via STV
  14. Buon appetito at Veritas Italian restaurant

    Today's Deal of the Day is for £14 instead of up to £32 for any pizza or pasta dish plus a glass of wine each for two, or £26 instead of up to £64 for four at the restaurant in Stockbridge.

    Stockbridge Italian dining

    Stockbridge Italian dining

    via ITISON
  15. Tuck into a traditional roast plateful

    Sunday lunch servings at the Galvin Brasserie De Luke include this lovely little deal for £18.50. During lunch only, children aged ten and under can eat for free from the children’s selection menu.

    Galvin Sunday roast, dessert & glass of wine £18.50. Available lunch and dinner #Edinburgh http://t.co/XRovr9mMWn http://t.co/VRZPrq6zFH

    Brasserie De Luxe

    @galvinbrasserie
    via Twitter
  16. Raise a glass to the Blackbird's birthday

    The pub will celebrate its second birthday this afternoon from 4pm with beer, bourbon and a beer garden barbecue including live music from The Holy Ghosts and Ewan Simpson.

    Super Sunday funday at the blackbird. Brunch in the garden followed by live music and a BBQ for our bday!! #perfect http://t.co/3mGBmYDZ01

    The Blackbird

    @TBBedin
    via Twitter
  17. Buy a cupcake or cocktail to raise funds for Alzheimer Scotland

    As today marks World Alzheimer Day, the Mash Tun is raising awareness and funds for the charity with a cupcake and cocktail sale.

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  18. Preserving family traditions inspires Pickled Scotland

    Danya Caceres has continued to grow her Portobello business by tapping into her old family secrets.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  19. Political figures attend unity service at St Giles Cathedral

    Around 1000 people attended the Church of Scotland service, including political figures from both sides of the Scottish independence debate.

    Figures from both sides of independence debate attend unity service

    Figures from both sides of independence debate attend unity service

    via STV
  20. Make the most of the sunny weather

    It's not quite shorts and t-shirt weather, but down at Portobello beach, the volleyball tournament continues until 7pm tonight with a range of family-friendly activities.

    Remember the beach volleyball continues today at Portobello. On until 7pm, free to watch. We loved going yesterday http://t.co/fVqyZqcYwQ

    Edinburgh Spotlight

    @edinspotlight
    via Twitter
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