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      • Can I carry that for you?
        • 2 Apr 2013
        • Capital Times
        • The loud hammering coming from the old floating crane Hikitia is the sound of volunteers knocking rust off the steel lattice work on the old ship's crane. It needs repainting, which is just part of the big volunteer effort going on to ensure the old ship's
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      • Fell in love with the bassist
        • 2 Apr 2013
        • Capital Times
        • We listened to Being There that winter it snowed so much we could jump off the balcony. One summer, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot was the soundtrack at every barbeque. Sky Blue Sky took me to California and all the Mermaid Avenue volumes across the sea to N
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      • Bathing with friends
        • 2 Apr 2013
        • Capital Times
        • It was the world’s largest religious festival and no it didn’t take place at the Vatican. The Kumbh Mela held at Allahabad, India, in February, is believed to have been the largest human gathering ever. Wellington woman Renee Simpso
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      • Hats off to Japan
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • Two local businesses have caught the recycling wagon and have driven it all the way to Japan. Havana Coffee and Hills Hats have scored a deal with top Japanese head fashion retailer Ca4la to supply the retail chain with hats made fro
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      • Insiders Guide: George Havlic
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • Everyone knows the best way to spend Easter is eating chocolate, and George Havlic knows more about chocolate than most. Head Chocolatier at Bohemein Fresh Chocolate, he’s been handcrafting his chocolates in Haitaitai since 2005. </e
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      • Indian Ink doesn’t fade
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • Actor and playwright Jacob Rajan wears his culture lightly. His parents were from Southern India, but Rajan was born in Malaysia. The family moved to Wellington when he was four. “India is a very big country and Indians
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      • Ken Barlow is here
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • William Roache has lived with me all of my life.  He made frequent appearances in our family living room throughout my childhood and teenage years, and even now I might occasionally see him when flaked in front of the television
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      • You need serious clippers
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • Actress Melanie Griffith summed up what hair means for a woman in one phrase: “If you want to be taken seriously, you need serious hair.” Twenty-five years since she dropped that classic line in the film Working Girl, wom
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      • Take it from the heart
        • 26 Mar 2013
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        • The way Albert Dadon sees it, being a successful musician means being a good businessman. Fortunately, he’s both. “I’m a business musician. Music is part of everything I do,” says the man who plays jazz under
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      • Capital Times forever
        • 26 Mar 2013
        • Capital Times
        • This is the 22nd issue of our 38th year. It’ll be the third to last because we’re ending publishing with issue 3824, that’s two weeks away on April 10. We’ve had a good time. Advertisers, letter writers, contributors, be in
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