1. Special preview of Alexander Millar collection at Enid Hutt Gallery

    The exhibition officially launches on Saturday but you can catch a glimpse of the valuable prints, oils and sketches until May 9.

    Clarke Hutt from the gallery said: "Millar’s work is famous for its focus on the hardworking people from his childhood and is something that will resonate with many here in the city – as it also does with our family."

  2. It's also your last chance to see The Double tonight at the Filmhouse

    Jesse Eisenberg plays Simon and Simon's sort of evil doppelganger who keeps turning up at inappropriate times and being better than him.

    The Double - Belmont Filmhouse

    The Double - Belmont Filmhouse

  3. Are you happy with the Big Beach Ball set times? Home Alone are

    They have the huge task of closing the day at the Main Outdoor Stage on Sunday, May 4. But I'm sure it's one they'll definitely be up to.

    10.30pm on the Outdoor Main Stage @BigBeachBall http://t.co/vXcbkcH41n

    Home Alone

    via Twitter
  4. 'Host cities and not host countries? When did that change?'

    We understand you may have had questions about the Euro 2020 bid that was announced today. Luckily our STV Sport friends thought that too and prepared for such an occasion.

    Scotland's bid to host Euro 2020: How does the bidding process work?

    Scotland's bid to host Euro 2020: How does the bidding process work?

    via STV
  5. Live illustration at Brewdog tonight with Flagship 57

    Work from Real Nice Collective's Katie Guthrie and Mike Hughes will be on show as well as a live DJ and the usual brews can't be left out.

  6. Last chance to set sail in the ark with Noah tonight at the Filmhouse

    If you've watched the weather forecast video below you'll know whether or not the floods are coming (we don't want to give the game away). Whatever happens, if you want a space on Noah's ark tonight is your last chance to see Russell Crowe in the lead role.

    Noah - Belmont Filmhouse

    Noah - Belmont Filmhouse

  7. We're still getting lots of comments about the Haudagain proposals

    Join in the conversation by tweeting @STVAberdeen or searching for the STV Aberdeen City Facebook page. One reader who did the former is @Iga2310.

    @STVAberdeen looks like moving rather than solving the problem.


    via Twitter
  8. Begg's back-breaking effort to bring Burns to Aberdeen

    Breaking you back would be enough to keep most actors off the stage, but not Aberdeen's Chris Begg, who will perform in a wheelchair.

  9. See what our man in the know has to say about the latest weather

    STV presenter Sean Batty has your forecast for the rest of the day, so if you think the weather is going to affect your plans tonight don't get caught out.

    via STV
  10. Scottish SPCA unable to reunite Geppetto with his family

    Staff at the Aberdeenshire centre are now looking for a new home for the six-year-old. If you think you can help, find out by clicking through the Facebook page.

  11. Could we get Euro 2020 football matches in Scotland?

    Good afternoon all, Douglas here for the next couple of hours on your Aberdeen stream. Sticking with football, it turns out the Scottish FA have applied to host a selection of games from Euro 2020 which won't just be held in the one country for the special occasion.

    Bid to host Euro 2020 games at Hampden officially launched by Scottish

    Bid to host Euro 2020 games at Hampden officially launched by Scottish

    via STV
  12. Could Logan be staying at Pittodrie?

    Earlier today we told you Aberdeen player Shaleum Logan was talking about his time in the city but @TyroneSTV hints that it might not be over just yet.

    And with that news folks, it's time for me to hand you over to the lovely Douglas.

    Shay Logan says his time at Aberdeen is among the best of his career, saying he'll discuss his future with Derek McInnes in the Summer

    Tyrone Smith

    via Twitter
  13. Robert Gordon University joins Aberdeen in leaving CBI

    The university has suspended its membership of the business confederation following its announcement of its stance on the #indyref.

    Robert Gordon University say: "This will be reviewed after the referendum and the university will maintain its position of neutrality."

    Following extensive consultations, the Principal of RGU @vonprond has decided that we will suspend our CBI membership for the time being.1/3


    via Twitter
  14. They gave up their duvets and raised thousands for charity

    Last night was the 2014 Cyrenians Sleepout and more than 40 people experienced what it's like to sleep on the streets.

    And it looks like their efforts have gone some way to helping the charity that supports homeless people in the city.

    Fantastic effort by all involved with @cyrsleepout last night raising an incredible £13,600 for @Cyrenians2013! Now, sleep time! #zzzz

    Robert Poller

    via Twitter
  15. Who will be the next big bout announced?

    Wrestlezone is bringing Aberdeen Anarchy to the Beach Ballroom next month and it looks like we're in for another announcement today about who will be taking to the ring.

    We'll be announcing another match for Aberdeen Anarchy 2014 later today... We're really excited about this one,... http://t.co/athj7fEoJw


    via Twitter
  16. Come rain or shine, the dolphins are out for fun

    It's dolphin watch time with the north east branch of the RSPB and while the grey weather might make us want to stay indoors, Flipper and friends are happy to put on a show.

    Slight drizzle at Torry Battery #Aberdeen but the dolphins are out playing! Join us #RSPBDolphinwatch for #brilliantmoments

    RSPB NE Scotland

    via Twitter
  17. Remember when Dons fans broke the European club record for a crowd?

    No, we didn't expect you to seeing as it was in 1937 but if you want to know more about the match between Celtic and Aberdeen that attracted 146,000 people, then @AFCHeritage have got a lovely trip down memory lane.

    This day in 1937 Aberdeen played Celtic in front of Europe's record club match crowd http://t.co/JuDbA8BeOb http://t.co/SysdgCLKze

    AFC Heritage Trust

    via Twitter
  18. He would walk 300 miles - and he did

    Artist Peter Howson began his charity trek in Aberdeen earlier this month and has finally finished it in Ayr, raising more than £70,000 for Scottish Autism.

    Here's the full story from STV News.

    Leading artist walks 300 miles across Scotland for autism charity

    Leading artist walks 300 miles across Scotland for autism charity

    via STV
  19. Bruce reaches almighty goal with epic charity cycle

    The indomitable Aberdonian notched up 2000km on his bike on a solo mission across Scotland to raise thousands for charity.

  20. 'Really enjoyed the city and its fans'

    Shaleum Logan, who is on loan at Aberdeen from Brentford, has been talking about his time in the Granite City.

    SL:My time here has passed all expectations. Everyone at club from players to staff have been great & really enjoyed the City and it's fans.

    Aberdeen FC

    via Twitter
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