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Samantha Lee

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6 January 2009


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  • Famous authors and warrior Mums are taking back Mother’s Day

    Mother's Day means acknowledging what a Mum is.

  • "Who will fight for us now?" Also known as Another 'Save Campbell Live' Blog

    The potential axing of Campbell Live has been the hot topic of conversation with family and friends this week, and in the blogosphere.

  • This Girl Can

    There is a certain day, somewhere between the end of the previous year and about four weeks into work in the new one, where something goes horribly wrong with my body.

  • The Smile Experiment

    The amount of woe in my life has reached gargantuan proportions.



    I haven’t been in the best of moods lately. It really hasn’t been my fault.    

  • Review: The Heat

     Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy in a cop-comedy sounds like a great idea in theory.

  • Review: White Rabbit, Red Rabbit

    So, I saw this play that you should go and see.

    What’s it about?

    ... See, the thing is, I can’t actually tell you.

    What happens is, there’s an actor. And they’re told two things before they perform:

  • Review: The Great Gatsby

    If you think The Great Gatsby is another Baz Luhrmann spectacle...

    ...Well, you’d be right.

  • Smart Girls At The Party - Three websites I’d tell my daughter about*

    *I don’t actually have a kid.

    Let me tell you why I wrote this. I went to go get a birthday present for my friend’s kid, who I am an honorary Aunt to and as such really don’t want to stuff up the present-getting.

  • An Evening with Julie Andrews - don't miss out!

     Julie Andrews is currently gracing Auckland with her presence, as the star and subject of An Evening with Julie Andrews, on tomorrow night at The Civic.

  • Review: The Glass Menagerie

    I went to The Glass Menagerie at the Selwyn Theatre knowing three things about the production: it’s a play by Tennessee Williams; theatre doyenne Elizabeth Hawthorne was cast in it; it was potentially about hope.