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Back to the big screen

Breanna Inferrera AFTER more than three months, Ace Cinemas in Midland finally welcomed keen moviegoers back to the big screen on Thursday. On March 23, the cinema was one of many across the state forced to close immediately as part ...

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Sculptures return home

By Claire Ottaviano AS this year’s Sculpture by the Sea closed its metaphorical doors, local artists reflected on the impact the annual exhibition had on visitors during its time this year. On March 19 staff and volunteers stopped all interaction ...

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Bright future for Darkest Age

By Claire Ottaviano PERTH’s east is turning out some extraordinary talent as a 19 year-old Kalamunda director and a 25-year-old Guildford actress prepare to put their home on the map when filming for Darkest Age starts in the coming months. ...

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Burger binge on the menu at Bistro

IN 1926, Pasadena teenager Lionel Sternberger dropped a slice of cheese on a sizzling hamburger, creating the first cheeseburger in history. Since that day, one question has plagued mankind – exactly how many cheeseburgers can one person eat in 30 ...

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Sculpture in Symphony

By Claire Ottaviano THE bigger the sculpture, the bigger the reward, said Johannes Pennekoek as he prepared to shift his 2.8m high by 3m wide sculpture from Gooseberry Hill to Cottesloe ahead of this year’s Sculpture by the Sea exhibition. ...

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Bushfire relief concert at Stirk

By Breanna Inferrera A CHARITY concert will take place at Stirk Park in Kalamunda this Sunday to help raise funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service. Firefighters Fundraiser, organised by local brothers Brandon and Trent Poletti, will run from 4.30pm ...

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A.B Facey’s life recreated in WA first

TICKETS to the dual theatre performance and cinematic experience of A Fortunate Life, by Australian writer, World War II veteran and Midland local A.B Facey, are already selling out. The 6.15pm session on Thursday, February 20 at Ace Cinemas Midland ...

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Theatre suffers shock loss

By Mike Peeters COMMUNITY theatre company Kalamunda Dramatic Society (KADS) is more than $5500 out of pocket after the sudden collapse of WA online ticketing company, What’s On. KADS, much loved in the Kalamunda community, is in damage control as ...

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