Author: OutInCanberra

Canberra comes alive

A star studded line-up of Aussie musicians are set to perform right here in our nation’s capital for Australia Day Live ’08. The line-up promises to get crowds on the lawns of Parliament House grooving on Friday 25th January 2008.

Australia Day Live will bring together the Australian of the Year Awards 2008 with a celebrity concert featuring some of Australia’s hottest performers.

The live acts confirmed for the concert include Blue King Brown, Katie Noonan, Thirsty Merc, The Basics, Ben Lee, Gotye, Richard Clapton, Ricki Lee and The Veronicas.

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Causing a Le Spectacle

A sassy minx causes a spectacle for all the right reasons. So fabulously dressed, people can’t help but stare in envy at the sheer sophistication she exudes.

She’s wearing a pair of oversized hot pink sunnies and they make her strut like a catwalk queen holidaying in the Bahamas.

Sunglasses have been around since the ’50s and many style icons have used them as part of their signature look. Jackie O’s famous oversized sunnies can now be seen cool again on the likes of Nicole Ritchie, who revels in the vintage style.

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Coolest party on the block

Summer love in a car park? No, it’s not in the back of a Camira, it’s dancing under the sizzling sun to a mammoth line-up of musical talent from around the globe. The boys at Lexington Music haven’t forgotten about us. Post...

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Lior gets more Divine

Graceful melodies and reminiscent lyrics make Lior one of the best male solo artists in our nation, while intimacy and mood make Canberra’s Tilley’s Divine Café such a gem. You may wonder what a café/bar has to do with Lior’s...

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Flying Food

Grilled prawns at a restaurant may sound delightful, but how about catching them in your mouth as the cook throws it at you? This may not be your idea of an intimate dinner but teppanyaki doesn’t claim to be that, instead, the Japanese style of cooking serves as a dinner-show and is truly an entertaining experience.

This unique style of cooking uses an iron griddle to cook food such as prawns, beef, omelette and rice. The word ‘Teppanyaki’ is derived from ‘teppan,’ which means ‘iron plate’ and ‘yaki’ which means grilled.

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