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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona 48 Hours
Ron Cerabona When I was five years old, I made a recording. No, I wasn't some prepubescent Justin Bieber.
Ron Cerabona From a 'clear desk policy' to ceramic teacups, new exhibition to reflect the history and personalities of Old Parliament House.
Ron Cerabona The winner of the 21st Bald Archy Prize will be revealed on Friday at Watson Arts Centre.
Ron Cerabona Looking for something to keep you occupied this weekend? We've got you covered.
Ron Cerabona Two of Australia's most popular authors for young people have a strong Canberra connection.
Ron Cerabona The eerie sound of the theremin is familiar from many science fiction movies and TV shows.
Ron Cerabona We look over some of the best ways to make the most of the weekend.
Ron Cerabona Canberra Rep may be heading into its 82nd season, but the emphasis at Friday’s launch was firmly on youth.
Ron Cerabona A film by 15-year-old Daramalan College student has made it into the finals of the Trop Jr short film festival.
Ron Cerabona Christmas carols, festivals and outdoor movies. All here in your weekend guide to Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Everyone has family, and every family has its problems and challenges as well as the ties that bind its members.
Ron Cerabona In an increasingly online era, books and handwriting are often looked on as old-fashioned, if not verging on obsolete.
Ron Cerabona What happens when the creations of a group of would-be writers come to life? Alan Ayckbourn explores the possibilities in his comedy Improbable Fiction, which opens at Theatre 3 on Friday.
Ron Cerabona The Canberra Philharmonic Society should not have anything to fear from the film of Les Miserables that opened on Boxing Day.
Ron Cerabona Ickle Pickle Productions artistic director Justin Watson said, ''Anecdotally, I've heard Oliver! is the show done by the most individual companies around the world.''
Ron Cerabona During the day, Tamina Koehne-Drube is a graduate lawyer at King & Wood Mallesons. After hours, though, she swaps the business attire for something a little more colourful as a Latin dance...
Ron Cerabona Dalgety was a leading contender; Wagga Wagga was also considered. We are celebrating Canberra's centenary in 2013, but it was by no means inevitable this place would be the national capital.
Ron Cerabona These ladies are fully clothed. If you want to see them bare (almost) all, you will have to buy a ticket.
Ron Cerabona Canberra Repertory Society's production of Under Milk Wood begins with actors sitting on a row of chairs on a bare stage.