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September 5, 2015

Movie Review - Terminator: Genisys

07/07/2015 by Sam Tremayne

In the beginning there was a classic film made called The Terminator, Legendary Director James Cameron announced himself on the scene with this and followed it up with arguably the best sequel ever made in ‘Judgment Day’. The biggest movie star in the world of the 1980’s Arnold Schwarzenegger - so big Microsoft Word even can spell check it for you - starred as its leading man/robot and... it was good.

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Canberra’s for kids

07/07/2015 by Jason Perelson

Canberra has been named Australia’s 'Fifth Most Family Friendly City'! And it comes as no surprise to the locals who spend their lives here and if you look around you, at pretty much any moment, you’ll notice the stroller swarm of parents. A never ending tide of families. And why not? Canberra really is amazingly family friendly. Still don’t believe us, because you’re living under a rock in Tharwa? Here are just 5 of the more obvious family friendly spots in Canberra: The National Arboretum

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The worst place in Canberra

06/07/2015 by Jason Perelson

With so much talk about just how many places in Canberra are amazing, wonderful, ingenious and the next best thing to Betty White; we’ve finally gone and found the Worst Place in Canberra.

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Win tickets to Nunchukka Superfly at Transit Bar!

06/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Three amazing bands for a wintery Canberra - NUNCHUKKA SUPERFLY, BENT HEN and YOKO OH NO.

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Bicicletta - an authentic Italian experience.

06/07/2015 by Brian Tam

As Bicicletta celebrates its first year under the management of the Peppers Gallery Hotel in New Acton, it’s a perfect time to pay them a visit and see what’s new. Stepping into the restaurant, you’ll notice that its updated interior seamlessly combines rustic and modern elements, with the long wooden tables and soft pendant lights creating a warm, cosy atmosphere. There’s a bit of fun thrown in too, with a feature wall that’s splashed with Italian-inspired graphics and placemats that show off Bicicletta’s iconic bicycle logo.

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Canberra’s Best Kebabs

06/07/2015 by Brian Tam

It’s 3am, your pick-up lines haven’t worked, your new dance moves haven’t done you any favours, and you’re down to your last $10. Having been there once or twice, I’ve learned that the only thing you can do is to call it a night and seek comfort in the warm arms of a kebab. But while we often think of kebabs as a late night consolation prize, there’s no reason why we can’t enjoy them when the sun’s up. After all, what’s wrong with a bit of fresh bread, grilled meat and salad?

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10 Things for the Weekend

03/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Crisp mornings and sunny days are forecast for the weekend... perfect! And there's plenty happening this weekend, so you've got no excuse to get out and enjoy the many different experiences Canberra has to offer! Enjoy! ___________________ 1. True Burner Vibes: at Transit Bar Friday at 8.00pm

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21 thoughts that run through your head during Dry July

01/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Here are 21 thoughts we just know are running through your head right now for the first day of Dry July. 1. No one likes being sober on Saturday night. 2. What happens on Sunday mornings when I'm not hungover? 3. Maybe I’ll start running 4. Pfft, who am I kidding 5. Maybe I’ll start doing “breakfast” on Sunday’s... 6. Where will I go? 7. I’ve actually never been sober at Sunday breakfast. 8. Will my friends think I’m weird 9. Maybe they think I’m an alcho? 10. Do I need to go to AA’s 11. OMG, I’m actually an alcoholic

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What does your shoe choice say about you?

01/07/2015 by Styled By Francesca

Ok, I am a self-confessed shoeaholic. But there is some truth to my madness.

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A guide to doing Winter in Canberra

30/06/2015 by OutInCanberra

Are you struggling to think of a place to holiday this winter? With a mix of educational and fun places to take the kids, Canberra is one of the easiest and most accessible places to take a family. With a brilliant network of bike paths, well-located national institutions and some of the best sports facilities in Australia means this is a great city to nourish both body and mind. Around Parliament House

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