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  1. New cupcake store opens today on Crown Street

    Jo Gale of 'Cupcakes by Jo' opens a physical cupcake store in the city today. Send us a picture if you go along to check it out.

  2. Remember remember it's time for Movember

    What's your 'tache of choice? Traffic Scotland have given you a few options here, including the 'walrus', 'horseshoe' and 'copstach standard'.

    1st of November! Who's doing Movember? What's your style? http://t.co/H3hcwQ5O0b

    Traffic Scotland

    @trafficscotland
    via Twitter
  3. Shia LeBeouf attempts to avoid The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman

    Charlie Countryman struggles with visions from his dead mother and decides to follow her advice to fly to Romania, but encounters more danger along the way, with a group of gangsters hot on his trail.

    via STV
  4. The Scottish Labour deputy leadership race adds another contender

    Katy Clark MP has entered the race for the Scottish Labour deputy leader job.

    Katy Clark announces bid for Scottish Labour deputy leader job

    Katy Clark announces bid for Scottish Labour deputy leader job

    via STV
  5. A Powerpoint presentation with a difference at the Music Hall tonight

    Dave Gorman brings his stand-up show to the city this evening at 8pm. Here's a few words from the comedian on his 'Straight to the Point' show.

    Play 'Dave Gorman's Power Point Presentation'
    via YOUTUBE
  6. Frighteningly good treats from local food blogger

    Can you beat these for home-made Halloween treats on Melanie's Food Adventure blog?

    @STVAberdeen Halloween Biscuits on the blog!! http://t.co/CESDmzIKVu http://t.co/YMvaXVUeAu

    melaniesfa

    @melaniesfa
    via Twitter
  7. Timothy Spall colours our screens with drama in Mr Turner

    Mr Turner is the latest captivating drama from director Mike Leigh that details the illustrated life of the British painter J.M.W. Turner.

    via STV
  8. Poll says Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now

    Independence now has the backing of 52% of people in Scotland compared with 48% for the union, a YouGov poll for The Times has found.

    Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now, according to poll

    Scots would vote Yes if referendum was held now, according to poll

    via STV
  9. Get away from it all in the deal of the day

    It's just £58 instead of up to £116 for an overnight stay or £95 instead of up to £205 for a two night stay at Mercure Barony Castle in the deal of the day.

    Barony Castle stay - £58

    Barony Castle stay - £58

    via ITISON
  10. Do you know how many calories are in a beer?

    Public health experts are calling for calories to be put on the packaging of alcohol as they are on food.

    Public health experts call for calorie counts to be put on alcohol

    Public health experts call for calorie counts to be put on alcohol

    via STV
  11. National Library joins campaign to free history from copyright laws

    The National Library of Scotland has joined a campaign to free history from copyright laws that are leaving valuable pieces of cultural heritage unseen.

  12. Live at Captain Tom's kicks off in just a short while

    A special Halloween episode will get under way at 10am, so stay tuned to the Facebook page for more updates and a live stream link for that one.

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  13. Daniel Radcliffe looking devilishly dashing in his latest horror, Horns

    When his childhood sweetheart dies, Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) finds himself as the prime suspect amongst the town. He struggles to blend into the background and keep his head down, especially after he grows horns overnight.

    via STV
  14. Morning Aberdeen, which Halloween outfits caught your eye?

    If you're not feeling too delicate or tired this morning, send us in the most impressive Halloween costume that caught your eye in the city last night.

    via STV
  15. 'I try to make Yatai authentic in a Japanese point of view'

    Chef and proprietor John Jones walked us through the small but perfectly formed Yatai Izakaya to talk through the changes - from new dishes on the menu to the sprawling greenery, which greets diners as they step through the double doors.

    Yatai Izakaya celebrate two years with restaurant refit

    Yatai Izakaya celebrate two years with restaurant refit

    via STV
  16. NHS Grampian crisis deepens after Carey's early departure

    The chief executive said a break-down in the relationship between staff and senior management had motivated his decision to step down from the role earlier than anticipated.

    Find out more in the STV News at Six with Andrea Brymer.

    via STV
  17. Something spooky to see at the university museum tomorrow

    If you're still in the Halloween spirit you can see these witches stones and the rest of the artefacts featured on the blog this week.

    Spooky Spotlight - The Witching hour

    Spooky Spotlight - The Witching hour

    via UNIVERSITY OF ABERDEEN MUSEUMS
  18. Last minute changes to Live at Captain Tom's tomorrow

    Monroe have had to pull out for personal reasons - however 'local live legends' Deadfire have stepped in and the Halloween special goes on.

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  19. Tune into STV tonight at 8pm for the latest Moviejuice

    Grant is joined by film critic’s Siobhan Synnot and Alistair Harkness to discuss Nightcrawler, Horns and Mr Turner. You can also see trailers on your STV Aberdeen app in the Movies section.

    Moviejuice: Horns, Nightcrawler and Mr Turner plus free The Drop scree

    Moviejuice: Horns, Nightcrawler and Mr Turner plus free The Drop scree

    via STV
  20. Who should be recognised by Historic Scotland’s plaque scheme?

    People are invited to submit their nominations by filling in a short form on Historic Scotland’s website, which asks why does their nominee deserve to be nominated, and what is the significance of their chosen building.

    Public asked to nominate noteworthy people to be recognised with plaqu

    Public asked to nominate noteworthy people to be recognised with plaqu

    via STV
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