Article Archive

August 30, 2015

Fancy food and fashion at Hustle&Scout

26/08/2015 by Carly Devine

Continuing on an upward spiral of fancy food and fashion, Hustle&Scout and The Forage will present its largest line-up of vendors to date at their Spring Twilight edition of what has also become one of Canberra's favourite events.

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Floriade comes to life after dark with comedy, lights and entertainment

25/08/2015 by OutInCanberra

As the sun sets on Commonwealth Park, Floriade’s after-dark extravaganza, Nightfest takes visitors on a journey of discovery with spectacular lighting designs, roving performers, bustling night markets and a fantastic line-up of entertainment.

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Nature on Show at The Conservatory Restaurant

24/08/2015 by OutInCanberra

Set high within the main building at The National Arboretum, The Conservatory Restaurant provides a commanding view over the West Basin of Lake Burley Griffin and beyond. With such a stunning view that demonstrates the range and scope of the Australian landscape, Chef Janet Jeffs consistently delivers dishes with a natural feel through simple, seasonal ingredients and elegant technique.

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The Steptones Step Up

24/08/2015 by Lucy Stone

We recently sat down with the Canberra four-piece, The Steptones, to chat about the local music scene, their new singles and a 'mind-blasting' new music video! Tell me about the new singles! We spent the whole summer doing a lot of thinking (and a little bit of arguing) and we wanted to come back with a product that we could be really proud of. We recorded twenty songs, narrowed those down to six, and have now have released two! What can we expect in terms of sound?

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10 Things for the Weekend

21/08/2015 by OutInCanberra

Have you suffered through this week’s chill? The good news is the weekend is looking pretty good, and there is plenty of hot action across the city to get out and about. ___________________ 1. World Record Stargazing at Mt. Stromlo Observatory & ANU Friday from 6:00pm

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Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson in Canberra for National Science Week

19/08/2015 by OutInCanberra

The world’s favourite astrophysicist, TV scientist, author, celebrity and world-recognised badass, Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson, is bringing his tour Down Under to Canberra for National Science Week to discuss all things outer space.

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Trend: Clashing it.

18/08/2015 by Styled By Francesca

I can’t even begin to tell you, how much I love to clash print. It’s one of my favorite ways to dress. It’s very bold and out there, but if you do it right. It can look amazing. This coming spring/summer clash print is really making a statement in the world of fashion. It’s definitely not for everyone. But for those that love it and are not sure on how exactly to pull it all together, I've put together a little guide.

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Class and Comfort at The Courtyard Restaurant

18/08/2015 by Nic Crowther

Mere minutes from Braddon and the busy city centre sits The Courtyard Restaurant in the historic Hotel Ainslie. Now operating as the Mercure Hotel Canberra, this represents a rare opportunity to feel like you’re stepping back in time. Built in 1927, the heritage building displays all the classic elements of early Canberra architecture.

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The Drawing Room - A fresh dining experience in Crace

18/08/2015 by Carly Devine

The Drawing Room is the newest addition to Crace, creating even more of a sense of community by becoming the go-to place for any type of dining experience from breakfast, lunch and dinner to brunch and afternoon tapas with wine. The entire menu is impressive with a wide range of dishes to choose from. Starting with breakfast, they’ve got sweet and savoury as well as super healthy, and all with the option to have vegan, gluten free or dairy free. Our favourite part – breakfast is available until 2:30pm on weekends.

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The Best Inner North Bar Crawl

18/08/2015 by Brian Tam

With only four kilometres separating Dickson and Civic (and plenty of bars and pubs in between) Canberra’s Inner-north is the perfect location for a good old-fashioned bar crawl. So, if you’ve been put in charge of your best mate’s buck’s party, planned a night out with the girls, or just run out of beer at home, here are our picks for the best bars in the Inner-north. (And if you’re up to it - they’re all within walking distance of one another!) Sub Urban | Dickson

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