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  1. Police: Stay away from Area 51

    Around 2400 people are signed up to an illegal rave at an industrial estate in Livingston.

    Revellers warned to stay away from illegal Area 51 warehouse rave

    Revellers warned to stay away from illegal Area 51 warehouse rave

    via STV
  2. Still afraid of the Boogeyman? Well The Babadook is your new nightmare

    A mysterious book appears on Samuel's shelf detailing how to conjure up a monster called The Babadook. Yes, we're all thinking it, just don't open the book and don't look under the bed. Simple.

    via STV
  3. If you're quick, you can Squash in this play tonight

    The Traverse Theatre's popular A Play, A Pie and A Pint is back with this wickedly funny production. It starts at 7pm.

    PPP: Squash

    PPP: Squash

    via TRAVERSE
  4. If you fancy a Halloween movie that wont make you paranoid to go to sleep, this is the one

    Co-written by 'Pan's Labyrinth' director Guillermo del Toro, The Book Of Life vibrantly animates a young man's journey to confront his fears as he's sent into The Land of the Remembered.

    via STV
  5. Treat yourself to a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £149 instead of up to £272 for a one night stay for two with breakfast at The Macdonald Marine Hotel and Spa. This includes a 30 minute spa treatment and glass of Prosecco each or £229 instead of up to £441 to stay an extra night.

    Macdonald Marine Hotel spa break, North Berwick

    Macdonald Marine Hotel spa break, North Berwick

    via ITISON
  6. Sorry, but here's even more ways to enjoy gin in Edinburgh

    There are so many great bars across the town for lovers of the juniper berry brew, and unfortunately we're only making the picking process even more difficult.

    Where to Drink Your Gin

    Where to Drink Your Gin

    via EDINBURGHEDITOR
  7. Put together a picture perfect pumpkin with this handy guide

    Pulling out your hair over carving a character into the Halloween squash? Let Mums in the Know help you out.

    Mums in the Know North Edinburgh's Pumpkin Carving Guide

    Mums in the Know North Edinburgh's Pumpkin Carving Guide

    via MUMSINTHEKNOW
  8. Brad Pitt is back on the battlefields of WWII

    Filmed in the UK, Fury depicts the gritty warzones of Germany in 1945, where Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) leads his team through enemy lines, determined to defeat the Nazis.

    via STV
  9. A hotbed of theatrical talent on your doorstep

    There were over 90 Edinburgh-based shows captivating audiences at the Fringe this year.

    Nurturing talent

    Nurturing talent

    via ALLEDINBURGHTHEATRE
  10. Stubbs: Hearts have 14 points on us, but they can still be broken

    Hibs have already lost an Edinburgh derby this season, with Hearts claiming a 2-1 win in the second game of the new season, but Stubbs denies that such failures will linger on his players' minds.

    Alan Stubbs insists Hearts 'are not invincible' ahead of Edinburgh der

    Alan Stubbs insists Hearts 'are not invincible' ahead of Edinburgh der

    via STV
  11. The Yard is 21 today and they know how to celebrate in style

    The only adventure playground for children with additional support needs and their families on the East of Scotland are celebrating a special anniversary with a knights and princesses party.

    21 years ago today Princess Anne officially opened the park.

    Today we are celebrating 21 years since HRH Princess Anne opened our building with a knights and princesses party http://t.co/LWYa5L8mS0

    The Yard

    @theyardscotland
    via Twitter
  12. Panda & Sons named Best New Bar at Scot Bar Network Awards

    The bar that masquerades as a vintage barber shop has been called Best New Bar of 2014 at the Scottish bar Network Awards.

    Michael Bralin of the team also won an award for Best bartender.

    We have been Awarded Best New Bar & Best Bartender of the Year at @ScotBarNetwork Awards! Thanks for the support! xxx http://t.co/Q8YMm1nDh3

    Panda & Sons

    @pandaandsons
    via Twitter
  13. Have you ever heard of laughter yoga?

    Neither have we, until now that is. Suzanne McKenna ‏will be sharing the benefits of laughter at Sunday Assembly this week at Summerhall.

    There's also poetry from Adam Logan.

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  14. Open up the world and conquer your fear of flying

    Easyjet are running a Fearless Flyers course at Edinburgh Airport on November 1. Over two days, you'll receive a ground course and an experience flight to help you enjoy aviation.

    The course costs £189.

    Edinburgh fearless flyer course | Fearless Flyer

    via EASYJET
  15. Vulnerable woman missing for two weeks

    Laura Gorrie has not been seen since she left her home in Wharton Square near Lauriston Place in Edinburgh on October 10, when she said she was going to Asda Chesser.

    Vulnerable woman missing for two weeks after going to supermarket

    Vulnerable woman missing for two weeks after going to supermarket

    via STV
  16. The poshest coffee that will pass your lips

    If you fancy something slightly more as a winter warmer, this little mixture from the Crema Caravan will see you right. Head to the Farmer's Market tomorrow on Castle Terrace.

    New flavour at Edinburgh Farmers Market tomrw; Espresso brûlée topped with homemade almond biscotti. #BurntToOrder http://t.co/9sahMTjCLr

    The Crema Caravan

    @TheCremaCaravan
    via Twitter
  17. The young Scottish lock with a key to Toulon

    Andy Cramond's school-boy rugby playing days in Edinburgh have put him in good steed to make his mark on the international stage. Neil Drysdale spoke to the 20-year-old powerhouse about his move to the French club.

  18. As the sun sets, another rises with the opening of Africa in Motion

    Burkinabé movie Soleils (Suns) opens the festival celebrating Africa through cinema, and will begin at the Filmhouse at 8.45pm.

    @thelistmagazine Soleils (Suns) UK Premiere tonight to open #AiM2014 | 20:45 @Filmhouse - come early for surprises! http://t.co/E7lGl8AiJC

    Africa in Motion

    @AiMfilmfest
    via Twitter
  19. World's End: DNA on teenager's coat 'matches man accused of murder'

    The chances of it coming from another man unrelated to the accused, Angus Sinclair, was around one in a billion, the High Court in Livingston heard on Friday.

    World's End: DNA on teenager's coat 'matches man accused of murder'

    World's End: DNA on teenager's coat 'matches man accused of murder'

    via STV
  20. Enjoy a tale or two in a festival of fiction

    The Scottish International Storytelling Festival kicked off today with a huge range of events for all to enjoy.

    The Scottish International Storytelling Festival starts TODAY! #SISF #Edinburgh http://t.co/cpqr15fFbp

    Edinburgh Spotlight

    @edinspotlight
    via Twitter
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