Rosebank Mall is the total package this Easter long weekend

Rosebank Mall has everything you need this Easter long weekend; from the hard to miss screenplay 'Breaking News in Yuba County' at Cinema Nouveau to the much-anticipated release of Karen Peterson’ Coming Out, Coming Home at Exclusive Books and all things authentic for those community-conscious shoppers who never want to miss the opportunity to 'support local' by visiting the Rosebank Sunday Market - you name it!

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Fancy spoiling yourself with a fresh Easter look or simply enjoying a safe luxury dining at one of Johannesburg’s leading shopping and entertainment centres – Rosebank Mall’s fashion / décor stores and vibrant Covid-friendly restaurant community have got that covered!

While you can choose to dress to impress by visiting In Vogue Boutique (Level 2 opposite Truworths), or with the new season’s must-have items at Nicci Boutiques – not to forget a quick stop at fashion accessory favourite Lovisa’s new store opposite Foschini, it’s mainly these two major attractions that took our fancy here at NOWinSA; a must see dark comedy ‘Breaking News in Yuba County‘ at Cinema Nouveau and  Karen Peterson’s new book ‘Coming Out, Coming Home’ at Exclusive Books. 

Breaking News in Yuba County

Inspired by the small California county, this maverlously dark and humorous dissection of America’s fixation on fame, notoriety, and victimhood, is written by Amanda Idoko, a young Bronx-born screenwriter, and daughter of Nigerian immigrants, and visionary director Tate Taylor. It stars Allison Janney, Mila Kunis, and Awkwafina. 

The movie, which premiered in select theaters on February 12, follows Sue Buttons (Allison Janney), an underappreciated suburban wife, who gets a taste of being a local celebrity as she embarks on a search to find her missing husband.

According to an official synopsis, she quickly finds herself in over her head, dodging cops, criminals and local reporters all aiming to uncover the truth. After being overlooked for so long, Sue goes to exaggerated lengths to prolong her “15 minutes of fame” and keep the truth from coming out.

Coming Out Coming Home

This brand new meimor by the Johannesburg-based Karen Petersen is now selling at Exclusive Books. 

This is her debut as a writer and the must-read memoir covers her life and the story of how after starting a church in KwaZulu-Natal, struggled to fit into the role of a pastor’s wife.

Author and businesswoman Karen Petersen now coaches women who find themselves trapped in life.

Hell broke loose when Petersen, who now coaches women who find themselves trapped in life, fell in love with a woman. “Through my natural optimism I came out of the dark tunnels to find reconciliation, contentment and peace,” she says about her journey.

Also available on Amazon, this a great read – with a 3.8/5 rating on goodbooks – and a good idea for a gift. 

* Plus you can come to Exclusive Books at Rosebank Mall  can get – this Saturday (April 3) – for a chance to meet author Muzi Cindi in person, along with a copy of his book, ‘Jesus For A Digital Age‘, personally signed. 

A visit to the Rosebank Mall Sunday Market will be a good idea this Easter weekend for community-conscious shoppers who never want to miss the opportunity to ‘support local’.