Ron Cerabona, Canberra Times

Ron Cerabona

Canberra Times

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  • Daily Liberal
  • The Advocate
  • The Sydney Morning Herald

Recent articles by Ron:

Circus of Illusion will bring magic and marvels to the Canberra Theatre

Circus of Illusion has jugglers, a strong man and more. → Read More

ACT Libraries' most borrowed items for 2021 have been announced

Libraries ACT executive branch manager Vanessa Little with some of 2021's most borrowed books. Picture: Sitthixay Ditthavong Murder was on the minds of many Canberrans this year. → Read More

A deep dive into submarine movies: from Das Boot to Yellow Submarine

Submarine movies can be funny, dramatic or speculative. → Read More

How September 11 impacted and changed media and pop culture

No event has changed the media and pop culture landscape as immediately, if not as drastically, as September 11. → Read More

Pretty Woman producer Gary W. Goldstein has plenty of advice for Hollywood hopefuls

Here's an eight-week course for aspiring filmmakers. → Read More

What should I buy dad for Father's Day? Canberra Father's Day 2021 gift ideas

1 The Father of All Tea Parties: QT Capitol Bar and Grill and Capital Brewing have joined forces for a Man Tea ($89 per adult), with brews and prime meat cuts instead of cakes and scones. Since lockdown has been extended, Man Teas can be picked up from QT Capitol Bar and Grill,1 London Circuit, Canberra, or the cost refunded. qthotels.com. → Read More

The new Queanbeyan Civic and Cultural Precinct is coming in 2023

Sarah Wrightman, performing arts and cultural coordinator, Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council, at the site of the development of a new cultural precinct. Picture: Keegan Carroll A green space, a new library and new multi-storey office buildings will be part of a $74 million development in Queanbeyan. → Read More

Canberra's fried chicken joints include Baby Su and Grease Monkey

Ron Cerabona goes in search of Canberra's best fried chicken. → Read More

Urban art festival Surface will celebrate graffiti in Braddon and Civic

There's more to street art than unsightly graffiti. → Read More

Soprano Lorina Gore will perform a varied recital on Sunday

Works by Schubert, Lehar and Mozart are included in the program. → Read More

Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes is coming to the National Museum of Australia

The exhibition features 180 objects exploring the theme of competition. → Read More

Lost in Transit at Tuggeranong Arts Centre is an original trans musical

The cast and producer Kat Reid put this show together. → Read More

Mamma Mia!, full of ABBA songs, comes to the Q after 18 months

Most of the actors remained through the delay caused by coronavirus. → Read More

Rep presents Louis Nowra's Cosi, a classic Aussie comedy

What happens when a young university graduate tries to direct a Mozart opera in a mental health facility? → Read More

Good Folk: A Folk Experience in Queanbeyan has 22 concerts over the weekend

Fanny Lumsden, Omar Musa and other performers will be featured. → Read More

The 32nd Alliance Francaise French Film Festival at Palace Electric has 37 films

The 32nd Alliance Francaise French Film Festival. Palace Electric. March 4 to 31, 2021. More information: affrenchfilmfestival.org and palacecinemas.com.au. → Read More

Watch an iconic Aussie film this Australia Day

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Picture: Supplied Australia's film history goes back to the earliest days of cinema - The History of the Kelly Gang (1906) was the world's first feature film. Here are some of the many Australian movies worth a look. → Read More

What books Canberrans were reading in 2020

Crime and Michelle Obama's autobiography were popular. → Read More

The Croods: A New Age, a sequel that's unambitious but entertaining

Good voice work and colourful animation are among the assets. → Read More

Wonder Woman, A Call to Spy and Boxing Day movies to get excited about

Despite coronavirus delaying the release of many films this year, there's still a variety of Boxing Day offerings for filmgoers. → Read More