Article Archive

August 3, 2015

Girl in a Herd

07/07/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Win a double pass to see the Herd! The Herd have been around the traps for more than 7 years and their politically charged lyrics, anthem hits and carefree mentality have truly ingrained them into Aussie hip hop culture. The recent addition of lead female vocalist, Jane Tyrrell, marks a new, more complex sound for The Herd and a new era for the genre. With the release of their 4th album, Summerland, The Herd have hit the road, with a long list of shows lined up, and one just for us at ANU Bar on Friday, 8 August.


Laughing all the way to Belconnen

04/07/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

It's only been open for a matter of weeks, but HaHa Bar is well and truly the 'buzz bar of the season.' With a shift from the norm and a lean toward the creative, the Haha Bar team have created a haven for Canberra's urban crowd, in a superb lake-side location. We chat to HaHa Bar co-owner Aaron, and get the goss on this groovy little hub. What was the inspiration for opening HaHa Bar? The gentle buzz of caffeine, a restless imagination and an ethos of taking risks to enrich the surrounds we live in.


Canberra Symphony Orchestra comes to Lerida


Lerida Estate is the Wine Partner of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra, and as part of the Fireside Festival, will be hosting five concerts in their Barrel Room featuring Canberra Symphony Orchestra musicians. Before the concerts guests can enjoy lunch at Café Lerida which serves delicious locally sourced seasonal food. Also on show will be the Champion 2006 Shiraz Viognier, and award winning Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Gris.


Eureka! Pete's back

03/07/2008 by Martin Jones

You won’t find a happier chap than Pete Murray right now. With a home studio set up at his old farm house in the hills just outside Byron Bay, two beautiful children, complete artistic freedom, sold-out shows and chart topping records… what’s there to be miserable about? To top it off, Pete has just released the first album that he can honestly claim to be 100% satisfied with. Pete’s happiness glows warmly through every guitar chord, every strike of the piano keys, every drum beat, and (nearly) every lyric on his new album, Summer At Eureka.


D'Opus & Roshambo 'switching it up'

02/07/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Local hip hop duo D’Opus & Roshambo have been around the block and it’s been 4 years since the release of their first EP ‘The Question.’ Since then, the boys have filled their time with a long string of high profile support acts with the likes of Cut Chemist, Blackalicious, The Herd and Muph & Plutonic, just to name a few. This time was also filled to the brim with brainstorming, song writing and laying down the tracks of their new album ‘The Switch’ which was released last Saturday, 28 June.


Rhys from SYTYCD talks style


Bubbly Rhys Bobridge from SYTYCD wasn’t just a fierce dancing competitor, he was also the style icon of the series. Dance lovers and viewers found themselves dizzy with anticipation about what fantastic outfit or technicoloured eye make up he would be wearing week after week. What’s your style tip for winter?


My Fair Lady @ Canberra Theatre

30/06/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

My Fair Lady is one of the largest productions ever to come to the Canberra Theatre Centre. Direct from a successful opening season in Melbourne earlier this year, My Fair Lady features the finest voices of Opera Australia accompanied by the Canberra Symphony Orchestra. With extraordinary set and wardrobe designs which require 7 semi-trailers to transport the incredible 150 costumes, 50 wigs, 95 pairs of shoes and 60 hats - My Fair Lady will surely be a delight for the senses!


Rhys is back in the spotlight

26/06/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

We saw him pirouette into the hit TV series 'So You Think You Can Dance?' We saw him steal the lime light with his edgy style and glittering past as a drag entertainer, and we saw him make it to the final 2 only to be awarded 'Runner up' status. Fans of Adelaide born, Melbourne based Rhys Bobridge felt the effervescent dancer was ripped off. But now Rhys and all our favourites are back in the 'SYTYCD Live Tour!' We spend 10 minutes with Rhys and get the dirt on the past, the present and what’s in store for the tour.


A taste for oysters with Janet Jeffs

26/06/2008 by Michelle Fielding

If oysters are your thing, then The Ginger Room located at Old Parliament House is the place for you. The Ginger Room opened in 2004 and since then, they have been instrumental in introducing Canberra to local fresh produce. With Canberra being so close to the South Coast, fresh seafood from Batemans Bay can be considered as regional produce. Featured on their Winter menu is the famous Clair de Lune and Angasi Oysters from Moonlight Flat Oysters on the South Coast; which have been regarded as the best oysters inAustralia.


The OutInCanberra People's Choice Winners

16/06/2008 by Natalie Tsirimokos

The OutInCanberra People’s Choice Awards saw thousands flock to their computers to vote over a four week period for Canberra’s ‘Best Dining Venue’ and ‘Best Bar/Nightclub,’ and this year the competition was fierce. OutInCanberra are proud to announce your winners in 2008; Cream Café Bar ‘Best Dining Venue’ winners in this field for the second consecutive year and Academy Club ‘Best Bar/Nightclub!’