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  1. Get swapping at Sofi's to spruce up your wardrobe

    That's all from us tonight. We'll leave you with a little reminder that if you're looking to refresh your clothing options, Sofi's bar is hosting a clothes swapping event tomorrow night from 7pm.

    Clothes Swap in Sofi's Wednesday 24th Sept 7pm

    Clothes Swap in Sofi's Wednesday 24th Sept 7pm

    via BODABAR
  2. Catch up on the latest headlines with Laura Miller

    If you missed tonight's News at Six, you can watch the full programme below. Tonight's top stories include the new memorial for Scotland's organ donors at the Botanic Gardens.

    via STV
  3. Dry, clear and bright weather for Wednesday

    If you're planning your outfit for tomorrow, take a look at the latest forecast with STV weather presenter Sean Batty.

    via STV
  4. Interested in volunteering, but have no idea where to start?

    From 11am to 7pm tomorrow, Scotland's biggest volunteer recruitment fair will arrive in Edinburgh at St Pauls and St Georges church on York Place offering advice on how you can help out across the city.

    Volunteer Centre Edinburgh

    Volunteer Centre Edinburgh

    via VOLUNTEEREDINBURGH
  5. Funeral for a Friend prepare for intimate gig

    If you're heading to the Dr Martens gig, check out ScotCampus' preview of the show which will takeover Cabaret Voltaire on October 4.

    Funeral for a Friend to #standforsomething at @cabaretvoltaire on the @drmartens tour, Oct 4th http://t.co/vNJmOCjrAE http://t.co/BHUIcAfYfk

    Scotcampus

    @Scotcampus
    via Twitter
  6. Brunch doesn't quite make the bite on Rose Street

    The new offering, in place of Baguette Express, was rated 12 out of 20 from Lunchquest who described the cafe as having "a good bit of room for improvement."

    Brunch

    Brunch

    via LUNCHQUEST
  7. Catch new talent for free at Whistlebinkies

    The venue is known for uncovering up and coming talent in the city and tonight's band showcase will give punters the chance to catch new acts, alongside the venue's known faces without paying a penny.

    Band Showcase + Interchange + The Diversions play Whistlebinkies, Edin

    Band Showcase + Interchange + The Diversions play Whistlebinkies, Edin

    via 7AHEAD
  8. Enjoy a cuppa while raising funds for Macmillan

    The National Library of Scotland is joining in the world's biggest coffee morning on Friday raising funds for the charity.

    Join us for @macmillancancer Coffee Morning this Friday 26 September. George IV Bridge, Edinburgh. 10 am - 12 pm http://t.co/aR7EK3lGr0

    NLS

    @natlibscot
    via Twitter
  9. Bridge Inn crowned Scotland's Pub of the Year

    The pub in Ratho has added another award to its accolades winning the AA Hospitality award for Pub of the Year in Scotland. The awards recognise 'truly excellent' all-round pubs.

    via STV
  10. Calamity Jane opening night at the Playhouse

    The Wild West musical will have its first performance at the Playhouse at 7.30pm and tickets are still available for the rootin'-tootin' production.

    Play 'Calamity Jane The Show Trailer'
    via YOUTUBE
  11. Early bird tickets for Summerhall's wine and spirit showcase

    Wood Winters boozy showcase will take place on November 15 and early bird tickets are available for £15 if you book before October.

    Tickets available now at £15 per person before 1st October http://t.co/WFy8mIRjfp

    Cara Wood

    @woodwinters
    via Twitter
  12. Get away for a break in the Deal of the Day

    Pay £139 instead of up to £252 for a Sunday night stay in a deluxe room at luxury five star hotel The Glasshouse for two, including afternoon tea on arrival and a full Scottish breakfast or £199 instead of up to £402 to upgrade to a luxury suite. That's a saving of up to 50%.

    5* The Glasshouse luxury break, Edinburgh

    5* The Glasshouse luxury break, Edinburgh

    via ITISON
  13. David Cameron overheard saying the Queen 'purred' over indyref No Vote

    Microphones picked up the Prime Minister saying the Queen 'purred down the line' when he told her Scots had voted No. Our colleagues @STVNews have the full story.

    David Cameron: Queen 'purred' over Scottish referendum No vote

    David Cameron: Queen 'purred' over Scottish referendum No vote

    via STV
  14. Take a look behind the doors at the National Gallery

    As part of Doors Open Day this weekend, you can take a sneak peek inside the Gallery of Modern Art, with a series of scheduled talks behind-the-scenes. Places must be booked in advance via the gallery website.

    via
  15. Alex Salmond on Scotland Tonight at 10.30pm

    The outgoing First Minister will be on the programme tonight with his take on what's happened in the hours and days since Scotland voted.

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  16. LGBT family friendly event at the National Museum of Scotland

    There's crafts and you can bring a picnic along to this Rainbow Families event at the National Museum on saturday November 8.

    via
  17. Filmmakers take action to inspire global change

    It’s not all about grabbing some popcorn and sitting back to enjoy the film - help power the big screen at the Botanic Gardens tonight where Once Upon a Forest will be shown.

    Report by: Claire White

  18. Highland show facing health and safety charges over three-year-old's death

    The society pled not guilty to all charges against them today at Edinburgh Sheriff Court after three-year-old Ben Craggs' death at the show in Ingliston in 2008.

    Highland Show organisers charged over three-year-old's death

    Highland Show organisers charged over three-year-old's death

    via STV
  19. Organised crime unit investigating series of Edinburgh shootings

    Three separate incidents that took place in the city are being linked by police. Our colleagues @STVNews have the full story.

    Series of Edinburgh shootings investigated by organised crime unit

    Series of Edinburgh shootings investigated by organised crime unit

    via STV
  20. Enjoy a free game of mini golf at St Andrew Square

    Edinburgh Spotlight has shared this snap of the free activity on offer at the square celebrating the Ryder Cup. You can also have a go on the golf simulators and watch live coverage of the event while relaxing on deck chairs.

    Free mini golf in St Andrew Square as part of the #rydercup village #edinburgh http://t.co/2CnVibbriw

    Edinburgh Spotlight

    @edinspotlight
    via Twitter
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