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THE NEW YORK TIMES: It’s only a few weeks before the Fourth of July, the time of year that the thinking person — or at least the type of thinking person who likes to hear things go whoosh and ka-blam — begins to consider how best to spend the holiday.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Think the only way to see a big-screen movie is while slurping a 64-oz. soft drink, eating a $5 candy bar and shushing the wannabe film critic behind you?
THE COURIER MAIL: THE man who added flavour to the f-word, chef Gordon Ramsay, is back in Australia, amusing, offending and giving us all something to talk about.
THE GLOBE AND MAIL: Police official says theft discovered this morning at the Picasso Museum, but it is not clear when or how it took place
ALARAB ONLINE: France and the United Arab Emirates formally launched the "desert Louvre" project, bringing the iconic cultural name and its tourist pulling power one step closer to the oil-rich Gulf.
ALARAB ONLINE: “Design and Fashion of Carthage” is the very new event which will be organized from the 10th of June to the 25th.
THE COURIER MAIL: A NEW breed of playwright is on the loose. Richard Jordan, 26, of Brisbane, is one of them, bringing a fresh young voice to theatre and with it an insight beyond the stereotypes of Generation Y.
Malthouse Theatre’s art-form development and consistent excellence in production have been recognised in the 24 nominations it has received for the 2008 Green Room Awards.
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN: Perth’s Anglican Cathedral’s $500,000 international search for a public art installation inspired by the legend of St George and the Dragon is nearing the end.
Tom Wright's adaptation of 'Karamazov' and vision are unique and unsettling.
Sometimes art just mimics a weird, mashed up version of life that appears in dreams. Such is the case with the June shows at the Platform Subway Gallery.
Welcome again to the future - 'Terminator Salvation' - a grim gritty vision of one originally created by James Cameron.
THE AGE: PETER Houghton is one of Melbourne's most accomplished theatre practitioners, and normally he would be completely focused on tonight's opening of his play, A Commercial Farce, at the Malthouse
THE AUSTRALIAN: IT pays to be careful in conversation with novelists. They have a very particular relationship with truth.
David Williamson's latest play - Let The Sunshine - tells the story of Toby, a documentary film maker, and his wife Ros, a publisher, who have left Sydney behind for the sunshine of Noosa.
AT OPERA Australia, they are calling it a "renewal process" but maybe it's a rebirth. Since Dr Ziggy Switkowski took over as OA chairman last year, the company has, in his words, "embarked on a process of engaging with the community" and is "seeking fresh perspectives".
The Age: Electricity is the new paint for artists illuminating our city streets this winter.
THE AGE: Television pays his bills, but Daniel Frederiksen really tests his skills on the stage. Michael Lallo talks with the Red Stitch stalwart.
A global gathering of indigenous artists, The Dreaming was held in a lush valley in southern Queensland, on the lands of the Jinibara Nation – and is one of Australia’s most unique arts festivals.
THE AUSTRALIAN: WHEN Geoffrey Rush won a Tony award for his Broadway performance in Eugene Ionesco's Exit the King this week, he was anointed as acting royalty. He is one of only 16 actors - and the first Australian - to win the so-called triple crown: an Oscar, an Emmy and a Tony.
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