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What goes up, must close down

Not in all cases, but it was inevitable that Canberra’s crazy eatery boom would slow down and now I’ve noticed a big surge of places either closing, changing names or changing owners. 494 more words


Lansing area wrestling leaders: Feb. 5

Here is a look at mid-Michigan’s top high school wrestling records.

Note: Coaches are asked to submit stats to jledwards@lsj.com by Friday night.


Jake Porter (Perry)…32-3… 478 more words


Weymouth in sunshine in January.

I was in Weymouth this week visiting friends. The last time we were here was for the Olympics – Faye having been a keen sailor in her youth has never lost her interest so Weymouth was a must then if for no other reason than to witness Ben Ainslie winning his gold. 95 more words

Christopher Macgowan

The Merchant of Venice

André Tchaikowsky’s The Merchant of Venice was written in the years leading up to his premature death in 1982 but, despite interest from ENO in the 1980s, it did not get a full performance until David Pountney decided to stage it at the the 2013 Bregenz Festival with Keith Warner directing.   800 more words

DVD Review


Wishing you all the happiness the Universe can bring


Breizh Café

While travelling through France last year, I discovered that the buckwheat crepes of Brittany are gluten free, low FODMAP and delicious. And upon my return I realised I could get them right here in Canberra from the delightful… 168 more words