Music
cub scouts band
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Join the Cub Scouts at Alhambra

Brisbane has been the birthplace of a worthy crop of bands, from The Go-Betweens to Powderfinger and Last Dinosaurs. One of the latest additions to Brisbane’s musical family is Cub Scouts – a five-piece indie-pop-making group of youngsters. more

Literature
Lifeline Bookfest
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Rummage for beautiful bargains at Lifeline Bookfest

Bookworms at the ready, the Lifeline Bookfest returns to the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre at South Brisbane this weekend. Rearing its dusty, full-to-the-brim head each January and June, Brisbane Bookfest allows you to restock your dwindling bedside table book pile with the heartfelt knowledge of helping the community at the same time. more

Exhibitions
World Press Photo exhibition at Brisbane Powerhouse
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World Press Photo exhibition returns to Brisbane Powerhouse

On October 15, 2011, the people of Yemen’s capital Sanaa protested against the rise of President Ali Abdullah Saleh resulting in nine deaths and dozens injured. Inside a mosque being used as a hospital for the injured, a woman held a wounded relative in her arms. It was this scene that Spanish photographer Samuel Aranda stumbled upon while working on an assignment for The New York Times in Yemen, and one he chose to capture. more

Film
Get creative with your canine at The Good Dog! Film Festival
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Get creative with your canine at The Good Dog! Film Festival

When a young Liz Taylor took to the screen with her furry companion in the 1943 classic Lassie it cemented the start of a new kind of movie star – the dog. Fans of this genre can now take inspiration from flicks like Red Dog, Air Bud and Beethoven and transform it into their own directorial debut, thanks to this latest film festival. more


Markets
Say ciao to Italian Week
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Say ciao to Italian Week

Calling all Signors and Signorinas, Italian Week 2012 is upon us – from May 23 to June 2, Brisbane will become a hub of Mediterranean celebrations thanks to numerous events held in the name of Italia. more

Theatre
Storytime turns sour with Twisted Tales
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Storytime turns sour with Twisted Tales

The thought of a fairytale might conjure up images of sweetness and light, but if you take a peek into the pages of a Brothers Grimm or stick to the original Hans Christian Andersen, you’ll find that fairy tales were originally a combination of wickedness, magic and intrigue. more

Music
Avant-garde Edward Guglielmino takes to the stage with The Show
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Avant-garde Edward Guglielmino takes to the stage with The Show

Edward Guglielmino has just arrived back from what some would call a musical holiday – after the release of his first album Late At Night, he took some time off. Now he's back with a vengeance – you can catch his quirky musical musings as he takes to the stage with his new band The Show on Saturday May 19 at the Judith Wright Centre. more

Markets
Party with the hellenic crowd at Paniyiri
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Party with the hellenic crowd at Paniyiri

The Greeks are known for being loud and proud when it comes to their culture, and why wouldn’t you be when you descend from the birthplace of Socrates, baklava and ouzo. Paniyiri, the festival that celebrates Greek culture in its most rambunctious form, is back on Saturday May 19 for a two-day food and dancing overload. more

Exhibitions
Discover Down South at Brisbane Powerhouse
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Discover Down South at Brisbane Powerhouse

The first Australian expedition to the icy wilderness of Antarctica was led by Sir Douglas Mawson 100 years ago. The Brisbane Powerhouse's latest exhibition Down South is a celebration of the centenary of this epic voyage, as well as Australia's involvement in the country in the decades since. more

Music
Stringsations Quartet plays at Music in the Gallery, QAG
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Stringsations Quartet plays at Music in the Gallery, QAG

There is something romantic about the image of a beautifully dressed woman walking down the streets of Paris, stopping to indulge in powder-puff boysenberry meringues, while the sweet sounds of an accordion wafts gently in the crisp morning air. It is so familiar and so novel – the croissants and cafe au laits, the cobbled streets with perfectly lined trees, the white terraces that stand tall on either side of the road. more