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Review: Mary Poppins

Review: Mary Poppins

For God’s sake go and see this production.

That is all.

LATE at the Museum: Sloth

LATE at the Museum: Sloth

 Feeling lazy, Auckland? A little bit...idle? Lacking energy, enthusiasm, drive? Do you know someone that needs three and a half cans of Red Bull poured down their throat and a firm kick in the proverbial before they do anything remotely productive?

Mary Poppins Arrives in Auckland

 “Winds in the East - there’s a mist coming in...like something is brewing, about to begin...”

Kiwis vote for actual Hot Birds - Bird Of The Year 2012

Kiwis vote for actual Hot Birds - Bird Of The Year 2012

 You all know how much I like an underdog. Taking this into consideration, I really think you should vote for The Royal Spoonbill.

Must-See Theatre: Private Lives

Must-See Theatre: Private Lives

Private Lives is one of those plays you leave feeling considerably more cynical yet somehow much more hopeful about love. Plus your face kind of hurts from laughing so hard.

The worlds largest marine park is in the Cook Islands

During the opening of the Pacific Island Leaders Forum last week; Cook Island's Prime Minister announced the creation of the Worlds Largest Marine Park that will pro

LATE at the Museum: Lust

LATE at the Museum: Lust

What do you lust for? Sex? Deviancy? Power?

The September LATE at Auckland Museum looks set to be one of the most-talked about sessions of its Seven Deadly Sins 2012 season, as it focuses on one of the most talked about Sins.

Auckland Museum: Calling All Sinners

 What’s your sin? Gluttony? Pride? Envy? Lust? Wrath? Sloth? Greed?

 

WTF, New Zealand?

WTF, New Zealand?

WTF. We all know what it means – or do we?

The Man Drought - Again. Can It Really Make The Difference For Men Dating?

The Man Drought - Again.  Can It Really Make The Difference For Men Dating?

The recent story in the Nelson Mail about the "man drought" in Nelson to some extent plays on the statistics that are pretty much evident everywhere in New Zealand - and in many other countries - that there are 22 per cent more single women than single men.  The reasons for this, i