sag award dresses and the foods they reminded us of

At the recent Screen Actors Guild Award, as each starlet glided past the cameras, their fancy get-ups reminded us of beautiful produce, recipes...

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artistic pastures

Kicking off on 23 January 2015, the renowned showcase, Headland Sculpture on the Gulf, has become one of both Auckland and New Zealand’s...

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midday meal muse

Peter Miller’s much-loved Seattle architecture and design bookstore is where he and his team unfailingly congregate daily for their lunchtime meal. 'Lunch at...

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new dimensions

In a futuristic take on illustrative creativity, the world’s smallest 3D printing pen is poised to take the art of doodling to bold...

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nature’s bath

Harking back to a time when wallowing in a natural spring was an idyllic way to cool off, the concept of a natural...

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band of brothers

Following their first collaboration on stage in 2013 for the Robin Hood Foundation benefit, long-time friends Sting and Paul Simon developed the concept...

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win: with rialto channel and mini

Throughout January, Rialto Selection brings you a series of star-studded films about identity. Keep an eye out for the following films and read...

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5 must reads: summer fiction

Most likely the only time of the year when one gets around to picking up a book, choose your material wisely and in...

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wide open cinema

There’s an undeniable allure to experiencing cinema in the wide-open air. Come the long and balmy summer evenings, an increasing number of venues are setting up...

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top 10 albums of 2014

By Andrew Reinholds

Here are ten of my favourite albums from 2014. Never easy compiling a list of just ten, but it has to be done. Caribou:...

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round up: the best christmas lights

There's something magical in the appreciation of festive lights leading up to Christmas. No matter how slow the crowds are or OTT some residences' lumière decor...

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album release party: latinaotearoa

Harbingers of rhythm and expert derriere movement, a troupe of Latin Americans are launching their follow-up album with local 'Aotearoan' finesse. Brazilian Bobby Brazuka, Venezuelan...

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listen: jenny lewis ‘the voyager’

By Andrew Reinholds

Life is a journey, hence the title of Jenny Lewis’ third solo album, which finds the former Rilo Kiley frontwoman deliver her strongest...

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rialto channel: december film round up

There’s always something to talk about in the New Zealand film industry; one minute it’s in better shape than it’s ever been, the...

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to market, to market

Best Inner City Market for Foodies - Parnell Farmer's Market There's good reason for why the New York Times raved about this market. A...

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tv shows: what to watch next

While our TV show thirst is currently quenched by weekly episodes of Walking Dead, Scandal and Gotham, the scary fact remains, the year...

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cable bay: a night at the opera

If you're an enthusiast for opera, fine dining and spectacular views, then we've certainly got the ticket for you. In hearing that Waiheke's Island's...

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film: nightcrawler

Careening into cinemas later this week, is a thriller of sorts that has us grossly intrigued in the increasingly depraved ways of the...

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a show about somersaults, slapstick and striptease

Inspired by the vintage days of vaudeville, the nightclubs of the East Village, and the eccentric characters of Times Square comes EMPIRE -...

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listen: the juan maclean

By Andrew Reinholds

It’s been over ten years now since John MacLean began releasing dance floor friendly singles on the indie label DFA Records, just started...

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This Month On Denizen | January 2015