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Saturday September 19, 2009THE serene greens of the Oakleigh Bowling Club are a far cry from the streets of the city, scenes of so much late-night violence recently. In the clubhouse, roots bands play most weekends to peacefully seated crowds of up to 250 middle-aged music enthusiasts, sharing hampers on gingham tablecloths while Queen Elizabeth surveys the room from her frame on the wall.
Saturday December 13, 2008There are some addictive, memorable tales in the latest offerings, writes Angie Schiavone.
Thursday November 27, 2008The latest in five-star bedding will make restless nights in the great outdoors a thing of the past.
Monday November 17, 2008Dan Warne huffs and puffs his way through the latest gizmos designed to help you trim up for summer.
Monday November 17, 2008Here's a real bonus as Martin Scorsese hits his 66th year, writes Maria Nguyen.
Wednesday November 12, 2008LINDEMANS Winery at Pokolbin is the latest venue to sign up big acts such as Ziggy and Stephen Marley as well as Chris Isaak for a bit of booty shakin'.
Sunday November 9, 2008City Recital Hall, Angel Place
Saturday October 18, 2008The Drones declare war on the human condition on their latest record, Havilah.
Friday October 17, 2008IT'S the embargo the fans rejected. Rock fans have flagrantly ignored legendary rockers AC/DC's determination to keep their latest album off both legal and illegal download services.
Saturday October 4, 2008Demand drop Shellharbour City Council's latest Shell Cove quarterly report tells us there were 39 lots released in four different stages between February and September.
Tuesday September 30, 2008MICHAEL Hope admits his latest project at his Pokolbin winery is a huge punt but it's one he believes will pay off, thanks to the region's evolving tourism industry.
Friday September 12, 2008Danny George Wilson's latest album was as simple as drinks with mates.
Saturday July 12, 2008The Melbourne-born poet tackles the unpopular and forgotten in his latest collection.
Tuesday July 8, 2008Michael Evans wouldn't pay a dollar for his own life's work.
Wednesday July 2, 2008The provocative director wants to stage big new operas in his latest role, he tells Bryce Hallett.
Wednesday June 18, 2008THE broadcasting giant Alan Jones is on a downward slide, Deborah Cameron has silenced her ABC critics, and the octogenarian Bob Rogers is Sydney's third-most popular morning presenter in the latest Nielsen Media audience survey.
Thursday June 12, 2008BORIS BERMAN Australian National Academy of Music, June 7. anam.com.au AUDACIOUS Australian Chamber Orchestra. Hamer Hall, June 8. aco.com.au
Sunday June 1, 2008They thought their latest recording was low-key, writes CHRISTINE SAMS.
Saturday May 3, 2008MADONNA Hard Candy (Warner)
Saturday April 26, 2008SAY what you will about Madonna's music; she continues to be a master - or perhaps that should be mistress - semiotician from the Benny Hill school of innuendo.