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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exhibition: hye rim lee

Sharing her time between the creative pastures of Seoul, New York and Auckland, inter-media artist Hye Rim Lee has once again landed on...

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rural talent

Built out of artistic necessity to house the insofar nomadic oeuvres of Matakana’s prolific art scene, The Vivian provides a location whereby the...

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the sound of wireless

As the smallest wireless headset on the market, the Earin earbuds are a game changing audio accessory that involve no tiresome untangling of wires...

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This Month On Denizen | October 2014