slew of superheros, magic and King Arthur are just some of
the bait that movie studios are using to entice fans at this
year's San Diego Comic Convention as Warner Bros' DC Comics
franchise goes head-to-head with Disney's Marvel universe.
A Kiwi take on the age old Hans Christian Andersen tale of
The Emperor's New Clothes is on at the Fortune
Theatre. Rebecca Fox discovers the children's production has
a lot riding on it.
'Pokemon' is set for a live action movie makeover.
As Dunedin's only classical string ensemble performs its
first concert in the city this year, Rebecca Fox talks to one
of the recipients of Cellists of Otago's largess.
In this week's Art Seen, James Dignan looks at works from
Jon Thom, Charlotte Parallel, and Gallery De Novo's winter
Parker nearly turned down Sex and the City because she
was concerned about "nudity and language issues".
Richard Fairgray is legally blind, but he's one of New
Zealand's top-selling comic-book writers and artists, Dionne
'Battlefield 1' "pushes the amount of destruction".
The Waterloo Hotel in Dunedin has always been known for ...
Easy to find on the lower level of Arthur Barnett ...
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