We feel like we know Leon, and we wonder if he will remember us...We saw him in Silo Theatre's Tribes last...
Whilst the All Blacks were guillotining the French, Anne Boleyn was playing to a full house at Q. Boleyn was Henry the VIII’s doomed second wife. He married six times, all up.
Childrenswear was not what designer Georgia Nicholson initially set out to do, but after 3 years of studying Fashion Design at AUT and a bit of soul searching, ‘G. Nancy’ was born with her first collection of children’s sleepwear in September 2012.
Marcus, are you named after the Roman God Mars?
We'll put the question under the magnifying glass.
Are you courageous, a battler, a warlord?
Or do you shiver at the sight of a drawn sword?
A guardian of agriculture, were you misled
We feel like we know Leon, and we wonder if he will remember us...We saw him in Silo Theatre's Tribes last year and loved it.
I hopped into this hyped gym a skeptic, mainly because I find nothing dorkier than those Les Mills Warrant of Fitness decals stuck on the back of 5% of cars in Auckland. This aside, I thought that Les Mills would be an overpriced, pretentious place to earn buns of steel. Man, I was wrong.
On our first visit to Best Ugly bagels, Al Brown showed us around. We were star struck and nervous about getting sesame seeds in our teeth, but we were also sold on the story.
Even though the days are still pretty warm (I have been rather unimpressed that I've not yet needed to don my hat, scarf & mittens for work) it is definitely red wine season - whether it’s a glass at home snuggled up on the sofa watching TV, accompanying your meal when out for dinner or a cas
This week we went to the Gus Fisher Gallery and checked out the works by artists exhibiting with the Auckland Triennial - Tahi Moore, Anri Sala and the Claire Fontaine collective from Paris.
Allow us to introduce you to Chantal Dey. She's currently completing her Bachelor of Science with a double major in health and nutrition, sport and exercise science.
I've been calling Auckland home for a year and half now but the hour I spent at Q Theatre last night taught me a lot more about the infamous K'Rd than the rest of the (roughly) 547 days I've spent living in close proximity to it.
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