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July 28, 2015

Sneak Peek: Joe's Bar at East Hotel

28/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Very few bars in Canberra are conceived with an idea of heritage. This week, Dan and Dion Bisa of East Hotel are tipping their cap to their Italian heritage with a new venue named after their father and drawing inspiration from his home near Venice. With a solid marble bar, rich wooden tables and an eclectic collection of lighting fixtures, Joe’s Bar is set to be a great addition to the Kingston drinking scene.

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Movie Review - Ant Man

22/07/2015 by Sam Tremayne

You literally have to go out of your way to not know something of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s a billion dollar juggernaut that started Hollywood’s obsession with superhero movies in the last decade, and has crafted its own unique series where all their characters and stories intertwine within the same world. As a result, outcomes of one story can have ramifications for another film, and character development may be furthered a one movie that doesn’t even focus around that particular hero.

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11 Warm Desserts

21/07/2015 by Alexandra Abbott

We brought you the Top 10 Warm Desserts back in June, and now we’re back with 11 more! Get your fix at one of these sweet places in Canberra. SAN CHURRO 8 Bradley Street, Woden This place is known for you… you guessed it, CHURROS. Hot, toasty tubes of deliciousness covered in sugar and made to dip into hot, sweet choccie dipping sauce. A must visit during winter and beyond! VIA DOLCE 108 Bunda Street, Civic

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10 Things to Do this Weekend

17/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Have you suffered through this week’s chill? The good news is the weekend is looking pretty good, and there is plenty of hot action across the city to get involved in. ___________________ 1. Scandinavian Film Festival at Palace Electric Cinemas Various sessions all weekend Right now, across Scandinavia, it’s delightfully warm. Cosy up with a friend or two in Palace electric and take in some of the amazing films that make up this year’s programme.

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The Scandinavian Film Festival is here!

15/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Last night (Tuesday), Palace Electric Cinemas welcomed a huge crowd of movie-lovers for the opening night of the 2015 Scandinavian Film Festival. Over 12 days, 22 films from across the Nordic countries will showcase a region with a long and proud history of storytelling.

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The Best Places for Date Night Under $50.00

14/07/2015 by Sage Velvet

Let’s face it. Dates Night can become expensive, but I have a roundup of some of the best date nights for under $50.00! Grab your lover and get out of the house for one of these romantic mid-week winter treats. _______________________ 1. Get your skates on! Winter is certainly here, which means Garema Place has again been turned into a magical open air ice-skating rink. Ice-skate under the stars (or just fall over - if your anything like me) then, when food calls, grab a burger from Mooseheads. It’s here all for just $25.00!

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Movie Review - Magic Mike XXL

14/07/2015 by Sam Tremayne

As probably the first male in the world to see this film I’ll probably be attacking this review in a much different light to most of the audience. Beating the opening weekends of Sex and the City and The Notebook is Magic Mike’s sequel XXL - marketed heavily on a bunch of ripped and toned strippe… I mean, male entertainers.

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What will you discover during a Night at the Museum - Mystery?

14/07/2015 by OutInCanberra

Things aren’t always what they seem after dark at the National Museum! The National Museum of Australia invites you to experience a night of mystery, art, DJs, bars, talks and the unexpected, in the latest instalment of their blockbuster Night at the Museum series on Friday, 31 July. Start your evening by surfing rough seas to locate missing persons; get creative and make your own mystery disguise; or share your deepest secrets, which will stay locked in the museum … Or will they?

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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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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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