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June 27, 2016

Taze now open

28/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

A new Mediterranean restaurant has opened, four doors down from Tongue & Groove on Genge street, Canberra City. The restaurant, Taze (pronounced Tar-zay) is set to encompass a fusion of Greek and Turkish cuisine in an up-tempo city atmosphere. “We are the first in the capital to serve one metre long pide, which has been brought to Canberra from Turkey by our chef, Oscar,” said Nathan Lamont, Restaurant Manager.

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Pablo Cahn @ Transit Bar

27/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

Soundtrap returns this month with it's first international guest direct from London, Pablo Cahn (Cadenza, 8bit). With residencies at Ibiza’s Zoo Project and London’s LikeThat parties, regular international performances in leading clubs and events, and releases in top labels Cadenza and 8Bit, Pablo Cahn is quickly establishing himself as one of the most exciting young talents to have arisen in recent years.

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Win Film Tickets: Father of my Children

27/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

“An extraordinarily empathetic humanistic drama, a film of love, joy, sadness and hope that understands how complex our emotions are and does beautiful justice to them.” Kenneth Turan, The Los Angeles Times. Grégoire Canvel (Louis-Do de Lencquesaing) has it all – a wife and three delightful daughters he adores and a stimulating job that he’s devoted to; he’s a film producer. Discovering new talent and developing projects is what drives and fulfills him.

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Atlantis Awaits @ Holy Grail

27/07/2010 by Steph Dagmar

Ears were buzzing as the heavy sound of Atlantis Awaits reverberated from the walls of a sweaty Holy Grail. The local alternative rock band are quickly garnering a strong following and their debut E.P launch show proved this. Before the headliners rocked out, it was first the turn of another two rising bands; Hands like Houses and Retraspec. During their sets the crowd were receptive and showed their appreciation for bands, all of which are strengthening the ever-growing Canberra rock music scene.

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Indian cures winter blues

26/07/2010 by Luisa DeLiseo

It was on a cold winter's night that my dining partner and I ventured to Bollywood Dimensions - Canberra's first Bollywood entertainment restaurant, situated in the heart of Braddon, and opposite the ever busy Crust Pizza. It wasn't long after we were seated that a mixed entree selection of assorted tandoor was served. The meat was tender and full of flavour - one of my favourite things about Indian food is how well the flavours fuse with whatever meat is being served.

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Local engineers go from science to street wear

22/07/2010 by Natalie Tsirimokos

Fashion and science may seem like two things that have little correlation, but for a group of local ANU engineering students, it's been the source of success. Since 'Cyanide' was launched as a university project earlier this year, it's evolved into a local business, with the young engineers channelling their love of science into bright slogans on tees and hoodies. Daniel Kiley is one fourth of Cyanide (completed by Brad, Nathan and Ewen) and places great emphasis on the brand's green values.

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Tiesto to headline Foreshore 2010

21/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

And the wait is over - the Foreshore line-up is finally here! Tiesto Calvin Harris Cut Copy Benni Benassi Major Lazer Art v Science Afrojack Luciano Miami Horror Caspa and MC Rod Azlan The Only Yolanda be Cool Stafford Brothers Cassian + massive headline band to be announced Wednesday 28 July. Marking the end of spring and the start of another great summer, Foreshore is back with more than you wished for. In it's forth year Foreshore has well and truly established itself as Canberra’s number one summer music festival.

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Frank van de Loo @ Mount Majura Vineyard

21/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

What makes wines at Mount Majura special? We make wine only from our own vineyard, and we want it to be distinctive. The red soil and limestone give deeply coloured reds with some really good 'grainy' tannin and powerful fruit flavours to match. Tempranillo is our specialty variety that does really well. What interests you the most about wine and its 'making' processes? It's a centuries-old craft and you rely on your nose and palate and experience, but at the same time, there is a lot of science and technology applied so that we're constantly learning.

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Steve & Ruth Lambert @ Lambert Vineyard

21/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

How long have you been winemaking? 10 years What makes your wines unique? Our unique vineyard sites bring something special and different to our wines. What interests you the most about wine and the process used to make it? The variation that each year brings to the grape, this gives each wine its own subsequent variations. Describe your approach to wine in one sentence? I try to express the characters of the grape variety in the best possible wine style. Visit Lambert Vineyard

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Tame Impala announce spring show in Canberra

20/07/2010 by OutInCanberra

Perth's global gallivanters Tame Impala are fresh back from their virgin voyage around the USA in time to announce their Spring Australian Tour. Since the recent release of their debut record, Innerspeaker, there’s been no rest for the Perth four-piece, who walked off the stage of their last Australian show and onto a jetplane bound for the states. In the US they supported MGMT at a slew of sold out shows everywhere from Santa Cruz to Salt Lake City and played sold out headline shows of their own in NYC, LA and Chicago.

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