C - Arts, Theatre, Food & Travel
Photographers of Perth piece together an MOSAIC artwork based on one day in the city - There's no beef and nothing fishy at this year’s Vegan Festival, the event is in Subiaco this weekend - One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest is on stage in Hamilton Hill - A slap in the face for beauticians as new facial treatment tempts customers to pay $1000 for some biffo
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Everyone has a different view of Perth, whether it is exciting, boring, a small city, beautiful views or just home.

Propel Youth Arts WA has created an art project displaying the many different sides of Perth.
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The 2012 Cruelty Free Festival will attempt to change Australians’ perceptions of the vegan lifestyle when it is held this Saturday November 3.

Perth-based Animal Rights Advocates (ARA) founded the festival, which is now in its third year.
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Phoenix Theatre is the venue for Ken Kesey’s classic One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest to be brought back to life. Director, Jane Sherwood, caught up with 3rd Degree to discuss the stage play and community theatre in WA. read article »
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Australian consumers could pay between $350 and $1000 to get their face slapped in a bid to look more youthful.

Bangkok-born and San Francisco-based masseuse Rassameesaitarn Wongsirodkul, who goes by the name of Tata, is hoping to introduce the skin-firming procedure into western culture.
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