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Little Red + Sparkadia @ ANU Bar

29/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

Melbourne’s Little Red has announced a massive headline tour in support of their forthcoming new album Midnight Remember.

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Local ladies hunt for Canberra's most eligible bachelor

21/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

Canberra’s hottest bachelors are set to take to the stage for charity this October, in pursuit of the capital’s most eligible. Only a few short months ago, Erin Molan, WIN news presenter and Danielle Neale of boutique, Sybil’s Closet by Danielle, decided to turn a bit of fun into a gala event at Hotel Realm, all to raise money for ACT Eden Monaro Cancer Support Group.

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Sound Search: The search for local talent to play at Foreshore is on!

21/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

OutInCanberra is excited to be partnering with Kicks & RawFM to bring you SoundSearch 2010! We're looking for Canberra's hottest band and DJ to play at this year's Foreshore. The winners will have the opportunity to sit on a stellar line-up, alongside Temper Trap + Tiesto and play to more than 10,000 punters.

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John Butler + Blue King Brown @ Royal Theatre

21/09/2010 by Steph Dagmar

Returning to Canberra for the second time this year, John Butler graced Canberra audiences with his omnipotent presence. Not afraid of adding to his potency, the new trio were joined by old friends, Blue King Brown. The last time Blue King Brown performed in Canberra it was at the Make Poverty History charity fundraiser. Again, the Melbourne - based band triumphed with their quirky and emotive brand of reggae-pop.

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Local designers Re-Love

16/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

Local crafty duo, Lee Dewar and mother, Hanny, are avid recyclers. “When I was younger I used to cut into my clothes I no longer wanted to wear, customisng necklines and cutting hems on skirts to make something different for myself,” said Lee. Lee and Hanny are the creators of Re-Loved, a collective of Canberrans committed to sustainable fashion through recycled and reusing materials. “We also promote local designers using these methods in their practice by holding annual fashion parades.”

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Clare Bowditch is bigger than the money

14/09/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Clare Bowditch has ‘enumerable modern day addictions.’ “You know the day when you have 12 coffees instead of two? They’re coping strategies, ways of coping with stress. It’s when it goes beyond the enjoyment factor that it becomes a modern day addiction.” And Clare should know, it’s been 24 months of research and conversation to create her latest and fourth studio album, Modern Day Addiction (released 13 August 2010). It’s been a long time coming and bursts with interesting content about inner-peace and satirical stabs at pop culture.

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Win Tickets: GodsKitchen in 3D, Sydney

14/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

WIN TICKETS! After blowing tens of thousands of minds with last year's superb Boombox Tour, Australia's favourite dance brand, Trance beacon and superclub, Godskitchen, is headed back to deliver yet another monumental, world-first party experience. Globally renowned for pushing the envelope to deliver partygoers truly unique, once in a lifetime events, this year sees Godskitchen throw the doors wide open to a whole new dimension, literally.

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Student Race Day @ Thoroughbred Park

14/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

The inaugural Students in Canberra Race Day will be held on the lawns of Thoroughbred Park. Students from each Canberra institution will join us for fun, frivolity and fashion with plenty of entertainment. Fashions on the Field prizes total $2000 and include Classic Ladies, Classic Men’s, Classic Couples and the Fashion Design Award categories. Judges include one of Canberra's most famous fashion exports and Project Runway Australia winner, Anthony Capon, Angela Menz - our Fashions on the Field queen and Natalie Tsirimokos from OutInCanberra.

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Win Film Tickets: The Girl Who Played With Fire

13/09/2010 by OutInCanberra

Starring Michael Nyqvist (As It Is In Heaven, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo) and Noomi Rapace (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo). Based on the best selling novel, the second in Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Trilogy, after The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.

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Starfish Hill @ The Paris Crash, ANU Bar

08/09/2010 by Steph Dagmar

Last Friday night the ANU Bar opened its doors to one of Canberra's finest emerging bands, Starfish Hill. Having just returned from recording at Sydney's Maniac and Glebe studios, the band was well rehearsed and it showed as they performed to a modest Canberran audience. Led by engaging front-man Tim Dyer, Starfish Hill performed without lead guitarist Brendan Anderson. Despite missing Anderson, there was not a noticeable lack of sound or energy, especially with the solidity of the guitar work of Tim Dyer.

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