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The George's 30th birthday @ The George Harcourt Inn

21/08/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

This English pub has serviced north Canberra with warm, old fashioned service for more than three decades and to celebrate, you’re invited to The George's 30th birthday celebration this Sunday. The team aren’t just celebrating a milestone birthday, they’ll also be unveiling some pretty impressive renovations; including a new outdoor area, double French doors separating the indoor and outdoor areas, brand new indoor bar, increased bathroom facilities and much more.

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Dan Banks Band EP launch @ Transit Bar

20/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

Dan Banks Band, one of Canberra's most loved bands returned to the capital to launch their brand new single, 'She Got Me' at Transit Bar on Saturday 14 August, 2010. The venue was packed and Dan Banks and his crew were well received by fans and first-time listeners alike. Dan Banks Band’s new EP ‘She Got Me’ is out now, on independent release through iTunes, www.danbanksband.com.au. Photos by Chris Whitfield.

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Win Film Tickets: Tomorrow When The War Began

20/08/2010 by OutInCanberra FreeStuff

John Marsden's famous 'Tomorrow' series comes to life with Stuart Beattie's latest film, Tomorrow When The War Began.

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Rubycon @ Majura Hall, Dickson

17/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

Seven young bands from the the heart of Canberra will be playing all night in a fun, friendly environment. This gig is all ALL AGES. The Busby Trio 8pm, The Sophie Boyden Project 8.30pm, Hail Lucy Nation 9pm, The Salvadorians 9.30pm, Count Komodo 10pm, Tonight Alright 10.40pm, Rubycon 11.20pm. $5 entry

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Sam Scratch live @ Academy

17/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

Sydney DJ Sam Scratch is making his way to Academy for a headline set on Saturday 21 August! Born and raised in Sydney, Sam Scratch has exploded onto the Music scene as a force to be reckoned with - the only Australian Dj currently infusing Electronic music with Turntablism to create a truly insane style for the new generation.

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Cat Empire @ ANU Bar

17/08/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

If there’s one band in this country who has sold in excess of half a million albums, singles, DVDs collectively across their relatively short career, it’s the always get on ya feet and dance, The Cat Empire! EMI Music Australia is proud to announce that Melbourne’s own The Cat Empire have re-signed with the label and set to celebrate their successful 6 year relationship with the release of their fourth studio album Cinema on Friday June 25.

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The Way We Wear Vintage Fair returns

17/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

If you think vintage fashion fair in Australia, you think The Way We Wear Fairs. From small beginnings they've grown to be the foremost organizer of vintage fashion fairs and markets in Australia - indeed probably anywhere - with two fairs a year in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane and the Gold Coast - that’s 12 major fairs each year (with more to come) plus a monthly vintage market which is about to expand into its second city.

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Local actors in 'Love’s Labour’s Lost'

10/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

WIN A DOUBLE PASS! See the polar attractions of work and play battle it out in William Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost, performing at the ANU Arts Centre from August 25 to 28. Love’s Labour’s Lost is one of the Bard’s least performed but most beautifully lyrical plays: an extravaganza of wordplay and wit, lit by a summertime glow of lush language and romantic tomfoolery.

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Thirsty Merc @ Canberra Southern Cross Club, Woden

10/08/2010 by Liam Budge

Thirsty Merc touched down in Canberra for their fifteenth stop on their Australian tour. Choosing the Southern Cross Club as their venue fans were guaranteed an intimate and entertaining night. Performing around Australia to release their third studio album, 'Mousetrap Heart', there was no signs of any weariness from the band who originated in Dubbo. Before Thirsty Merc rose to the stage it was the turn of Australian pop/rock outfit, Porcelain. Their set was a slow-moving set, and one that did little to light the imagination's of the crowd.

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Canberra Street Style blog launch

10/08/2010 by OutInCanberra

Made famous by a string of writers, photographers and style enthusiasts around the globe (including the iconic Sartorialist), the Street Style blog has become a standard part of fashion culture. Testament to our every evolving fashion scene, we've launched our own blog, Style Stalkers, where we'll publish style findings from the streets of Canberra.

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