Featured Arts & Entertainment

Sailing Solo

By Madison Behringer Sydney is home to some of the best opera and live theatre venues in the world, with companies such as Opera Australia and Sydney Theatre Company offering audiences brilliant performances and experiences time and time again. In companies such as these their subscriber base often stretches far and wide, however outside of […]

The Voice Of Australia

By Madison Behringer This year’s NAIDOC Week runs until July 14 with the theme ‘Voice. Treaty. Truth. Let’s work together for a shared future’. NAIDOC Week celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and showcases the work and lives of Indigenous Australians with a new theme curated each year. […]

Shore Delights

By Madison Behringer In its sixth year running, Bondi Feast returns to Bondi Pavilion for another smashing year of theatre, comedy, cabaret, circus and so much more. With the entire two-week long festival based at the Pavilion, punters are encouraged to wander down, pull up a pew and settle in for as much entertainment, food […]

Vision For The Future

By Rita Bratovich A lot of people in this world are near-sighted - and that’s not figuratively speaking. The incidence of myopia and high-myopia (extreme near-sightedness) globally has increased dramatically over the past few decades and is predicted to reach epidemic levels by next year. Estimates suggest that by 2050, more than half the world’s […]

Cosy Up Your Cave

By Rita Bratovich ANNADALE INTERIORS Winter is the season where designers can fully stretch their canvases and lay out all their colours. It’s when “more is more” - more texture, more hues, more volume; layering and accessorising, enjoying the feel as much as the look. Home becomes a retreat. Outdoor activities are replaced with the […]

Food For Thought

Food is one basic commodity nobody can live without. There are, however, some interesting challenges which orbit around the food industry. Two new innovative programs are looking to alleviate two of these challenges in two very different ways.   ADDISON ROAD COMMUNITY CENTRE - WOW FOOD! INNER WEST Challenge number one is food security. According […]

Grand Reopening?

As tourists and locals alike flock to the inner city to take in the delights of Vivid Sydney’s night economy appears to be vibrant and thriving. However, come into the city at any other time of year and you realise that this is actually far from the case. In order to reinvigorate the late night […]

Make It Australian

By Mark Morellini The prestigious Sydney Film Festival (SFF), which is regarded as one of the most prominent and diverse in the world amongst filmmakers and festival attendees alike, celebrates its 66th presentation and audiences should be mesmerised by the alluring program showcasing 307 films from 55 countries. This year there has been a resurgence […]

Pacing Through Pyrmont

By Rita Bratovich The unique shape of the Pyrmont Ultimo peninsula, coupled with an idyllic outlook, rich history, and proximity to the City of Sydney make it one of the most desirable precincts in which to live and work, and one of the most fascinating to explore. Its lively character is the result of a […]

Forever Young

By Rita Bratovich The 1960s were one of the most impactful decades in modern history: pivotal, subversive, expressive, transcendent. It was a time when artists superseded politicians as the influencers of collective ideas - and no artist effected this more than Bob Dylan. His lyrics and music were the voice and soundtrack of revolution, free […]