6 books to read prior to the movie

You'll inevitably hear "the book was better" no matter how great the movie, so be your own judge and add these titles to your...

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exhibition: nz sculpture onshore

Set to see its highly anticipated 10th biennial return to Auckland’s picturesque North Shore, is the beloved outdoor sculpture exhibition - NZ Sculpture OnShore. With the striking...

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15 halloween costumes you already own

Dressing up for Halloween needn't necessitate a time-consuming venture to the Look Sharp store. We offer some ideas using what's already residing in...

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win: tickets to halloween at 46 & york

Initiating the hocus pocus of the all hallowed eve, Parnell's well-loved watering hole, 46 & York, is seeing to your predilection for all that...

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short and sweet

Commandeering cinemas all over the country from the 6th - 23rd of November, the 9th annual Show Me Shorts Film Festival is set...

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listen: heal

By Andrew Reinholds

Often the first step to salvation is to confront your demons head-on, and on this - his third album as Strand of Oaks,...

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stroke of genius

Christened the forefather of Cubism, pioneer of abstraction and master of modernity, the most recent delve into the diverse works of Pablo Picasso...

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10 apps to enhance your iphone

Rekindling our relationship with productivity, these applications have made getting down to business a pleasure. From a better version of the standard Apple...

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rock & ressurection

Based loosely on the Gospel account of Jesus’ final week in Nazareth, audiences have been left spellbound by the musicality of tracks like ‘Everything’s Alright’ and...

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pop-up exhibition: max patté

Responsible for fabricating oeuvres spectacular enough to have become the collectable preference of Sir Ian McKellen, Sir Michael Hill, and Charles Saatchi, British born...

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film: st vincent de van nuys

The latest comedic instalment from the famed Weinstein Company and director Theodore Melfi, entitled St Vincent de Van Nuys, portrays the heartwarming yet...

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sheer magnetism

Arguably the most suave iPhone accessory destined for the market, the SPIRA wireless charging station is leading the way for a new generation of...

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light show

In a multi-sensory experience that resulted in a sell out season at London’s Hayward Gallery, a series of cutting-edge lighting technologies have been...

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rialto channel: october film round up

Actresses have for years lamented the lack of quality lead roles for women in Hollywood. While it’s been an issue for dramatic roles,...

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auckland artweek 2014

Celebrating the ever-increasing talent surfacing on Auckland's creative frontier, this year will chart the city's fifth annual art week with a series of events...

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paradise found

From mythical castles like Villa Feltrinelli on Lake Garda to Mediterranean pensiones with old-world flair, whether choosing your next paradisiacal holiday or simple buying into...

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going under the radar

For the uninitiated, the notion of running into an ex or colliding head-on with your superior during your ‘mental health’ day, is just...

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a whale of a time

Catering to the taste of both design lovers and musicians, Whaletone is a bespoke musical instrument taking its visual reference from whales breaking...

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exhibition: rebecca baumann

Art isn't always a joyous affair, but it seems that Perth-based artist Rebecca Baumann has no qualms in giving her subject a celebratory sentiment. Currently exhibiting...

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the impossible instant lab

Stuck with a never-ending backlog of images in your camera roll that will most likely never see the light of day? Fear not budding photographers....

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This Month On Denizen | October 2014