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  1. Bunker in at The Lodge in Craigielaw

    Today's Deal of the Day is for £69 instead of £140 for an overnight stay for two, including Scottish breakfast at The Lodge hotel. If you want to extend your stay, you can enjoy two nights away with bed and breakfast and a three course dinner for £165 instead of £330.

    The Lodge at Craigielaw DB&B

    The Lodge at Craigielaw DB&B

    via ITISON
  2. Looking for a little sweet treat this weekend?

    From the Shore to West Port, i-on magazine has visited Edinburgh's cupcake parlours and listed its top three recommendations.

    i-on magazine: Edinburgh's best cake boutiques

    i-on magazine: Edinburgh's best cake boutiques

    via IONMAGAZINE
  3. Unity service to be held at St Giles Cathedral

    Around 1000 people are expected to attend the service at the cathedral tomorrow morning, as Church of Scotland moderator Rt Rev John Chalmers will ask Scots to put their differences aside and work together to redefine the country's place within the UK.

    Douglas Alexander and John Swinney expected at Kirk unity service

    Douglas Alexander and John Swinney expected at Kirk unity service

    via STV
  4. 'Grungy sludge-based riffs and groove-laden rhythms'

    Glasgow's Tijuana Bibles will headline Electric Circus tonight, following the release of their latest single Crucifixion. Listen to the track below and if you like what you hear, tickets are still available on the door.

    Play 'Tijuana Bibles - Crucifixion (Official Video)'
    via YOUTUBE
  5. These are no ordinary uni lads you'd find doing a pubcrawl

    The Riot Club showcases some pretty faces and posh accents in this week's drama about an elite group of Oxford students who push their power to the limit.

    via STV
  6. Last chance to catch Puttin' on the Ritz

    The show will close at The Playhouse tonight with its final performance at 7.30pm. If you've not managed to head along yet, tickets are still available from £17.

    Puttin' on the Ritz Edinburgh Tickets - Edinburgh Playhouse - ATG Tick

    Puttin' on the Ritz Edinburgh Tickets - Edinburgh Playhouse - ATG Tick

    via ATGTICKETS
  7. How the referendum was won and lost across Scotland's cities

    A look across Scotland and reviews the votes that decided the referendum.

    REPORT BY: Peter Geogeghan

  8. Party the night away until the wee hours of Sunday morning

    Nightvision has announced it has been granted a 5am extension tonight to celebrate the launch weekend of the club night. The line-up includes Nina Kraviz, DJ Sneak and Enzo Siragusa and tickets are still available.

    Nightvision Launch Weekend Part 2 with Nina Kraviz + more

    Nightvision Launch Weekend Part 2 with Nina Kraviz + more

    via EVENTGENIUS
  9. Pasta Punks from Porty given the thumbs-up

    Lunchquest popped by the pasta pop-up at the Tram Stop Market to sample its Italian combinations and rated the grub rather highly.

    Pasta Punks

    Pasta Punks

    via LUNCHQUEST
  10. Children let down their hair for Rapunzel dancing debut

    “I’m really excited because I get to be dancing alongside professionals. I hope my mum will be proud." The young dancers will tread the Festival Theatre boards today.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  11. Colin Firth and Emma Stone make an unlikely but loveable duo

    Magic in the Moonlight, directed by Woody Allen, uses the backdrop of the Jazz Age to set the scene for magician Stanley and psychic Sophie to meet.

    via STV
  12. James Keatings hopeful for Hearts against Cowdenbeath

    The Hearts striker spoke to the Evening News ahead of this afternoon's match at Tynecastle.

    Hearts striker: We can breach Blue Brazil’s wall of men - http://t.co/tZUhTSOiLK - #Jambos #Heartsfc #HMFC

    Evening News Sport

    @edinburghsport
    via Twitter
  13. Engineering work affecting the Glasgow central line

    Trains will not run to the normal timetable and alternative arrangements are in place. Most travellers will experience a longer journey time so make sure you take a look at the ScotRail planner before heading to the station.

    Engineering work affecting Glasgow Central - Edinburgh via Shotts (Sat

    Engineering work affecting Glasgow Central - Edinburgh via Shotts (Sat

    via SCOTRAIL
  14. Abbey Hill artists invite the public into their homes

    The Colony of Artists exhibition launches today with more than 30 artists displaying their work across 20 unique venues in Abbey Hill. If you want to know more, here's Edinburgh Spotlight's preview.

    EVENT - The Colony of Artists Exhibition, 20th-21st September 2014

    EVENT - The Colony of Artists Exhibition, 20th-21st September 2014

    via EDINBURGHSPOTLIGHT
  15. Loch Fyne seafood, Arran mustard and Orkney rib-eye steak

    Tempus restaurant has launched its new lounge, dinner and drinks menu with a focus on home-grown produce. If you're planning a little treat this weekend, check out the full offerings here.

    Food | Tempus Edinburgh

    Food | Tempus Edinburgh

    via TEMPUS-EDINBURGH
  16. Volleyballers dig Porty Beach on their road to Rio campaign

    Hopefully the haar hangs off Portobello beach this weekend where top volleyballers will battle it out for a spot at the next Olympics. Here's what's happening.

    REPORT BY: Claire White

  17. Gordon Brown pledges devolution promises will be delivered

    At a speech in Fife, Gordon Brown said it was "the time for Scotland to unite" to find a way forward for the future. Our colleagues @STVNews have the full story.

    Gordon Brown sets out vision for further Scottish devolution

    Gordon Brown sets out vision for further Scottish devolution

    via STV
  18. Take your bike along for a free safety check

    If you're worried about your wheels or just want to make sure everything is dandy with your trusty steed, Dr Bike has set up a pop-up bicycle surgery at Fiveways junction until 1pm.

    via
  19. Kidnapping thriller in need of a badass detective, who you gonna call?

    Liam Neeson of course. Adapted from Lawrence Block's bestselling novels, A Walk Among The Tombstones sees Matt Scudder (Neeson) on the hunt for a dangerous gang before they kill their next victim.

    via STV
  20. Bus stops on South Bridge closed in both directions

    Due to roadworks, a number of services will not stop at South Bridge this morning.

    3 N3 5 7 8 9 14 29 30 N30 31 N31 33 35 37 N37 45 47 49 - Bus Stop Closed - South Bridge - http://t.co/I2KvarBTIT

    Lothian Buses

    @on_lothianbuses
    via Twitter
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