Exuding charisma by the truckload, a few Braidwoodians may have spotted the world famous Italian chef, Antonio Carluccio in local shops last week. As one half of the ‘Two Greedy Italians’ TV show, he enjoyed a quiet week outside Braidwood.
In the seventy-five years since the film debut of The Wizard of Oz, countless children have watched (and watched again) Judy Garland and her three inadequate henchmen battle the Wicked Witch of the West. PHOTOS
Last weekend a lively new exhibition began at The Left Hand. Called Eccentrics, the show includes five artists, three of them from Canberra - Colin Edgell, Clinton De Vere and Eadie Newman - as well as local, Sam Kidd, and former Braidwoodian, Phil Day, who now lives in Melbourne.
There seems to have been an end of financial year flurry of activity around town. Not only has the Heritage Paver footpath in Ryrie Park nearly finished, but a lot of footpath grinding down has also been happening in Wallace and Duncan Street.