Article Archive

February 2, 2015

Men’s Summer Style with Cotton On

17/11/2014 by Christina Roys

It’s all about the silhouette for summer guys, we’ve been given the inside info from Head of Menswear at Cotton On, Craig Williams, who treated us to a fashion D&M so we could pick his brain on what’s trending this season.


5 Things to do this Weekend!

13/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

Dear God. Here we are, deep in the flux of the Canberra summer – and absolute stinker today, and then down to 22 on Sunday! Still, everything this weekend is running hot! Here are five things to do as we race headlong towards Christmas. 1. Forbidden Fridays at PJ O’Reilly’s Tuggeranong Friday from 5.00pm. Dancers from 11.00pm


5 Places for new Swimwear!

04/11/2014 by Sarah Pritchard

After a particularly cold winter, springtime has come back to Canberra! The daffodils have begun to bloom and the weather is set to get warmer, so it’s time to start looking for those new swimmers! It can be a difficult search in a beach less city like Canberra for those who don’t know where to look, but luckily we are here to help! A natural place to start is one of the surf shops around Canberra, and Ozmosis is one that certainly stands out. It’s large, bright name beckons customers towards the entrance of the Canberra Centre.


Laneway Dining Cool at Loading Zone

31/10/2014 by OutInCanberra

Loading Zone started with the perfect idea – to bring a bit of the Melbourne-style of laneway dining to Canberra. With a booming inner-city scene, the timing was perfect. So, in April 2013 - after two years of leaping bureaucratic hurdles - Loading Zone was born.


Q&A with Emily Dibden, The Face of Canberra Racing!

27/10/2014 by Carly Devine

The Race that Stops a Nation is less than one week away. Have you got your outfit sorted? Your bets decided? We spoke to Emily, the current Face of Canberra Racing about what it's like to be the ambassador on a day such as Melbourne Cup! 1. What’s the most exciting part leading up to The Melbourne Cup as the Myer Face of Canberra Racing?


Dining in Parisian Style at Les Bistronomes

27/10/2014 by Carly Devine

Les Bistronomes is located on Eloura Street, replacing what was once Delissio, and has quickly become part of the ‘Braddon Bunch’. Though, this French bistro boasts its own Parisian cool through a relaxed approach to dining. Head Chef and co-owner, Clement Chauvin utilises his creative cooking style to present a simple and traditional French menu; and while classic Gallic cooking is the basis for Les Bistronomes, look out for a few twists along the way.


THE JUDGE - Movie Review

14/10/2014 by Sam Tremayne

I'll be honest, the main reason I chose to review The Judge was because the coolest man in the world, Robert Downey Jr, is the protagonist. That was enough of a selling point for me.


H.I.P Night at Lucky's

07/10/2014 by OutInCanberra

The Hospitality Industry Party Night is launching at Lucky’s thanks to QT Canberra and the Australian Hotels Association on Monday, 13 October 2014 and you’re invited! The launch of H.I.P night means you can indulge in complimentary beverages, entertainment and ‘electric food offerings’. Every Monday night thereafter, you’ll be excited to know that, once again there is a dedicated night to hospitality!


A Most Wanted Man - Movie Review

02/10/2014 by Sam Tremayne

There's something quite sombre about watching a film posthumously after an actor's death, and its tragic when that lead actor is someone as brilliant as Philip Seymour Hoffman. He stars and dominates as a determined spy in 'A most wanted man' and despite his character being a depressed, alcoholic chain smoker, he is as convincing in the role as he is with his German accent.


Gig Review: Kingswood

30/09/2014 by Jen Taylor

Melbourne’s Kingswood are arguably Australia’s closest answer to America and Europe’s Rock music scene, and they decided to show Canberra what that means at ANU bar on Thursday night. The Sinking Teeth started with an unexpectedly loud clash of drums that sounded like gunshots. With their screaming vocals and screeching guitars, they seemed an odd fit with Kingswood, but there were some nice harmonies that featured occasionally through tracks.