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Evita, Erindale Theatre*

* I attended the opening night of Evita as a guest of the Canberra Philharmonic Society

There’s an overwhelming amount of events on in and around Canberra at the moment. 690 more words

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Tuesdays With Morrie, The Q

There is no ‘point’ in loving; loving is the point.

Tuesdays with Morrie is the real-life story of sociology professor, Morrie Schwartz, in the final stages of his life as he learns how to die (and what that means to live) and imparts life lessons to an old student of his, Mitch Albom. 815 more words

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Night Noodle Markets, Enlighten

AKA here is a not very good poem! The photos do the talking a little better!

Bloggers gather on a Friday arvo
At Canberra’s Reconciliation Place… 247 more words

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First look at Enlighten 2015

There’s no mistaking it: Enlighten is one of the best events in the Canberra calendar. I love the fast moving pictures on Questacon, the reflections of our history on the National Library, and Old Parliament House is always exquisite. 60 more words

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54 Benjamin, Belconnen

Five years ago people would have laughed if I’d said Belconnen would soon be home to some of the trendiest bars and cafes in Canberra – or that the service in these places would be among the best. 545 more words

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Little Oink night menu, Cook

It’s no secret that I love – LOVE – Little Oink.  (Example here.) I love the food. I love that it’s just this unassuming little cafe in Cook doing big things. 345 more words

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Eighty/Twenty, Braddon

I’m late to the party with Eighty/Twenty – named so because of the (appealing) concept of being 80 per cent healthy and 20 per cent naughty. 325 more words

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