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

    You lot have been loving the city's best new bar. Check out why Blackfriars in the Old Town is shaking things up among your #STVmostread. That's it from me team, take it easy and don't do anything I wouldn't do. Cherio.

  2. The #indyref battle to woo Labour voters

    @ScotlandTonight will be discussing Labour voters as the referendum polls tighten.

    Join the conversation on Twitter using #scotnight before and during the show at 10.30pm.

    With referendum polls tightening, a battle to woo Scotland's Labour voters is hotting up. Is this the key #indyref battleground? #scotnight

    ScotlandTonight

    @ScotlandTonight
    via Twitter
  3. What's been happening in the news today?

    If you missed the STV 6pm bulletin don't stress pal, you can watch it here at your convenience.

    via STV
  4. Just like your mama used to make

    Check out the new Mother's Gin and Draft Bar with this sweet deal. Pay just £15 instead of £30 for a two course lunch for two with a Prosecco Bellini or Edinburgh Gin Fizz each a the New Town establishment.

    Today's deal from itison

    Today's deal from itison

    via ITISON
  5. Joke, footwork, and future bass

    If you know those music genres then this gig is right up your alley. British record label Hyperdub are celebrating 10 years in the game and are sharing the love tonight at Sneaky Pete's where you'll find Ikonika and Scratcha DVA. Here's a sample.

    Play 'Ikonika 30 min Boiler Room DJ Set'
    via YOUTUBE
  6. You might see Rita Ora aboot

    That's if she ventures into the streets after her stint on Forth One radio tonight with @indemanduk. Check out their selfie and tune into her live session.

    via
  7. Dare we dig out the barbecues this weekend?

    We don't have your usual video update, but here's STV weather presenter Sean Batty's forecast for Easter weekend via his weather blog. To beer garden or not to beer garden? That is the question...

    Will the Easter Bunny need a cagoule or sombrero this Easter?

    Will the Easter Bunny need a cagoule or sombrero this Easter?

    via STV
  8. Be ready for Easter with these top health tips

    If you need something from the GP before April 22 then get cracking. Here's all you need to know about Easter opening times.

  9. Radge Against the Machine

    Pssst. Renegades of funk there's a gig on tonight you need to wake up to. Get down to Whistle Binkies and take the power back when this local Rage Against the Machine tribute band kicks off.

    via
  10. Fringe is firing up even before the official launch

    The programme won't be available till June for you to flick through, but there's already more than 500 shows locked in for Fringe this year. Sheesh. It's gonna' be another cracker.

    Over 500 shows on sale on http://t.co/PKtXMLDLFk already! More shows going on sale next month then full programme & Box Office launch June!

    edfringe

    @edfringe
    via Twitter
  11. Cyclist severely injured in hit and run

    A woman faces a long road to recovery after being knocked off her bike on Liberton Gardens this morning. Police told our STV News team they want to hear from people who have information about the incident.

    Injured cyclist facing 'months of recovery' after hit-and-run

    Injured cyclist facing 'months of recovery' after hit-and-run

    via STV
  12. Is there anything tighter than tights?

    Nothing springs to mind, but lycra is criminally comfy. Pop on a pair of tights this Sunday and spend a day generating movements, which will be then be merged into a group performance.

    It's a sideline project to Rhubaba Gallery and Studio's current exhibition Dance Like Nobody's Watching or Dance Like You're Not Dancing.

    Lunch and refreshments will be provided. BYO tights though. Here's the info.

    Tighter Than Tights GIF Workshop

    Tighter Than Tights GIF Workshop

    via EVENTBRITE
  13. Grassmarket street fair will be buzzing

    If you're sloping along the cobbles in the Grassmarket from tomorrow you'll probably come across the Ceilidh Culture Street Fair. Sounds like there's going to be plenty happening and loads of Scottish arts, crafts and acoustic music. Plus there will be an Easter egg hunt.

    via
  14. Last minute deal halts potential police strike

    A last minute negotiated settlement has meant a Police Scotland strike has been averted.

    The deal includes guarantees around job relocation and job security, one year protection of allowances including basic pay, and an extra day of leave for staff impacted by the Glasgow Games.

    The STV News team has more on this story.

    Police strike averted after last minute settlement negotiated

    Police strike averted after last minute settlement negotiated

    via STV
  15. Wee Red Bar hosting kings

    See Washington-based alternative pop-rockers We Were Kings from 7pm. Tickets are cheaper than curry chips. Here's a video if you want to hear their sound before committing your dinner money.

    Play 'We Were Kings
    via YOUTUBE
  16. Go behind the scenes at Stewart Brewing

    Calling all beer geeks, brewing novices and those who just like a pint. Stewart Brewing is letting you take a peek at their independence craft brewery tonight.

    The tour starts at 7pm and includes drinks and snacks. If you can't make it, they have tours every Thursday.

    Stewart Brewing Tours

    Stewart Brewing Tours

    via LIST
  17. They say laughter is the best medicine

    And if you see or hear someone else giggling it fires up the areas of our brain to get ready to laugh with them. Find out more about why we laugh and have a few chuckles along the way tonight at this science festival LateLab. It start's at 7pm so you better get your skates on.

    LATELAB: A Look at Laughter

    LATELAB: A Look at Laughter

    via LIST
  18. Get cosy for some acoustic tunes

    Jamie Sutherland is playing an accoustic set to launch the first Living Room Gigs at The Snug in the Assembly Rooms tonight. Joining him are Caro Bridges and The River. Tickets are only £4 - what a great way to ease into your Easter weekend.

    Jamie's doing an acoustic set for @LivingRoomGigs launch night at Assembly Roxy tonight! https://t.co/XZZaQDfGcT

    broken_records

    @broken_records
    via Twitter
  19. Scotland's division for new Nations League revealed

    Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan confirmed the national team will be in Division C when the UEFA Nations League tournament starts in 2018.

    The 54 participating countries will be split into four divisions. Here's more from my STV Sports colleagues.

    Scotland will play in third tier of inaugural UEFA Nations League

    Scotland will play in third tier of inaugural UEFA Nations League

    via STV
  20. 'Gloriously funny' We are the Best hits cinemas

    This film is about three middle-class girls attempting to form a punk band in 1982 Stockholm. It's being released tomorrow.

    Here's a link to The Telegraph's review if you're trying to decide what flick to see.

    Some great reviews of WE ARE THE BEST! coming in. Opens tomorrow, alternately in Screen 1 with CALVARY. http://t.co/JKRs1SE1pd

    Cameo Cinema

    @CameoCinema
    via Twitter
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