Article Archive

November 23, 2014

Champagne Dame Comes to Canberra

21/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

Imagine living a life touring, drinking and talking about Champagne. Kyla Kirkpatrick (a.k.a. The Champagne Dame) lives this dream, and is bringing here incredible experience and knowledge to Canberra in a one-off event for those who are truly passionate about their bubbles. OutInCanberra talked to the Champagne Dame about her life with Champagne, emerging styles and what you can expect from her sensational Masterclass on Saturday 29 November. The Masterclass at Canberra Centre looks amazing. What’s in store for the lucky 50 champagne fans?

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Sunday by the Lake is Back!

18/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

Canberra is blessed with almost unfettered access to the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. Certainly, there is nothing better than spending an lazy Sunday down by it’s sparkling waters. This year – the second edition of Sunday by the Lake – you have the opportunity to kick back with friends as you relax in the safe hands of the Hyatt Hotel as funds are raised for the SnowyHydro SouthCare helicopter. What’s not to love?

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Night Market Canberra - A Sparkling Evening of Design

18/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

There’s nothing better than wandering a few market stalls, armed with a delicious morsel or while sipping on a cool refreshing drink. On Friday 12 December from 4.00pm until 9.00pm, you’ll have the opportunity to do just that as Night Market Canberra debut within the Hotel Realm precinct, albeit with a decidedly sophisticated touch.

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Film Review - The Drop

18/11/2014 by Sam Tremayne

Most people get scared off when they hear the words ‘independent film’ (admittedly, I was like that once). But when my job became seeing movies of different lengths, genres and languages, I started to realise that big budgets don’t mean good stories in the same way small budgets don’t mean bad ones. The Drop is James Gandolfini’s last movie and deserves to be seen. It is dark, thrilling and surprisingly swirling with mystery.

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Husky - Live at Transit Bar

18/11/2014 by Jen Taylor

Melbourne’s Husky finally decided to make their first visit to Canberra, touring their latest album Ruckers Hill, and they set up in Transit Bar to a rather diverse audience. They were supported by the lovely Ali Barter - a very talented artist, whose rich vocals were teamed with ethereal keyboard riffs, strong rhythms and dark musical undertones. Influences of a range of different contemporary acts came through in her music, and she successfully provided a perfect introduction to the night.

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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.

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Movie: MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN - Win A Double Pass

17/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

To celebrate the release of MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN starring Ansel Elgort , Jennifer Garner, Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson, Kaitlyn Dever, Rosemarie DeWitt, Judy Greer and Dean Norris, we are giving you the chance to WIN a double pass! “MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN” follows the story of a group of high school teenagers and their parents as they attempt to navigate the many ways the internet has changed their relationships, their communication, their self-image, and their love lives.

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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

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La De Da Turns 3!!

12/11/2014 by OutInCanberra

"The word for “ambition” in Chinese is “ye-xin”. It literally means “wild heart”. How freaking cool is that? What better way to describe an ambitious person than saying they are wild at heart? Funnily enough, in Chinese culture having a wild heart used to carry negative undertones of savage abandon and absurd expectations. At La De Da we believe a wild heart is a symptom of a creative heart."

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Hustle&Scout X The Forage present the 'Mo-Bros Edition' - Next Weekend!

11/11/2014 by Carly Devine

Our favourite local food and fashion markets, Hustle&Scout and The Forage are back on again at Hangar #47 on Saturday 22 November. This time there will also be a charity drive for Movember. Movember, if you haven’t heard of it already, is a campaign which aims to raise awareness and money for men’s health with a competition for Men around the nation to ‘grow the best mo’ and encourage their mates to either do the same, or simply make a donation.

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