Reviewer: RON CERABONA This time, the storyline is a little bit different.
Ron Cerabona Don McAlpine will be 80 next year, but shows no signs of slowing down.
Ron Cerabona It's been about a decade since the full Sydney Symphony Orchestra came to Canberra.
Ron Cerabona Is it better to be forced to be good, or better to choose to be bad?
Reviewer: RON CERABONA Some of the dialogue is a bit clunky on the exposition and emotion and a few story points seem incongruous.
Ron Cerabona Congratulations to Canberra glass artist Klaus Moje who was awarded the Pilchuck Glass School's Libensky-Brychtova Award.
Ron Cerabona Here's a way to beat the cold-weather blues on Wednesdays - for six weeks, at least. The Winter Film Series ranges from a documentary about a controversial performance artist, to celebrations of...
Ron Cerabona George Huitker and Junk Sculpture pay tribute to Aussie legends with their show Burning the Midnight Oil.
Ron Cerabona The Land Development Agency (LDA) is holding a music festival at Norgrove Park on the Kingston Foreshore. The free event, 3pm-6.30pm on Saturday, is part of the Canberra International Music Festival.
Ron Cerabona Things to do this weekend.
Ron Cerabona Satirical musical duo to present portraits in song of the 27 Australian prime ministers, from Edmund Barton to Julia Gillard.
Ron Cerabona "If it ain't broke, I ain't going to fix it," says new director of the Canberra International Film Festival, Lex Lindsay.
Reviewer: RON CERABONA One of the saddest experiences you can have at a movie is when it's loaded with talent and potential, and it's a dud.
Ron Cerabona The shortlist for this year's Miles Franklin Literary Award features five books by Australian women.
Ron Cerabona What's on in Canberra this weekend.
Ron Cerabona There's a lot that's new about Carl Rafferty's production of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's opera The Magic Flute.
Ron Cerabona Baby possum Hush may have become invisible, but the book she's in shows no signs of disappearing. Mem Fox's classic Australian picture book, Possum Magic, turns 30 this year.
Ron Cerabona Some stories that you hear about the dubious ethics of Hollywood appear to be true. Alan Tudyk was up for the plum part of voicing King Candy in the Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph.
Reviewer: RON CERABONA Movie review: The stuntwork and special effects are impressive, while there are some good lines and interesting reversals.
Ron Cerabona Applications for the 2014 National Library Fellowships close next Tuesday, April 30.