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REVIEW: Sirius

It’s Brutal. Our heritage is on The Rocks. Over-development is getting Sirius. The puns come easily, but it really isn’t a laughing matter. While developers appear to slash and burn across the city without impediment, activists have come out in force and proverbially chained themselves to the trunk of the 1980s brutalist social housing building, […]

Gould’s Book Arcade

Sometimes, you’ve got to go big or go home, and Gould’s Book Arcade is as big a bookstore as you’ll find this George Street. Shelves upon shelves are stacked high with books of all shapes and sizes, with every genre and author you can think of represented somewhere inside the immense store. Each square foot […]

REVIEW: JACK GREGSON & THE FORGOTTEN PORTAL BY PETER WILSON

The first book in a planned series, Jack Gregson & The Forgotten Portal is an enchanting and fast-paced children’s novel that will grab your imagination and leave you wanting the next instalment immediately. The series starts in the stately Gregson Manor, owned for hundreds of years by the Gregson family. The family has a magical […]

Food News – Craft Spirit World

Craft spirits long predate hipsters, Emily Miles, is quick to point out in Craft Spirit World [RRP $39.95]; though our friends boasting “skinny jeans, statement tattoos, and a luxuriant beard” are certainly responsible for their recent resurgence in popularity.