Events

Thriving In The Hive

Gavin Smith is an inner city beekeeper with a difference. He wasn’t always a beekeeper and was for many years an art teacher. After Smith retired from teaching he found a renewed interest in the world of insects. Something that had fascinated him as a child. Before long he found his specialty, bees. Smith has […]

Australia’s Largest Cocktail Mixer Truck Hits The Road For World Cocktail Day

While current restrictions have seen a decline in Sydney’s usual bar scene, cocktail lovers are in for a treat in the coming weeks. Monkey Shoulder is a world famous premium whiskey company, and has partnered with Sydney bars including The Roosevelt, Maybe Sammy, Donny’s Bar, and The Unicorn. They are launching as a celebration of […]

I Do Drive Thru

“Would you like vows with that?” COVID-19 restrictions mean a lot of couples have had to postpone or cancel their dream weddings, but I Do Drive Thru offers a novel solution to help couples tie the knot. Inspired by the drive-in movies popular in the 1950s, the company launched their service in Melbourne. Now drive-through […]

World Record BBQ Attempt

There is perhaps nothing more Australian than a good old fashioned BBQ. However, in the age of COVID-19 and social distancing the beloved pastime has essentially become outlawed in the traditional sense. Bearing this in mind Cure Cancer have come up with an ingenious way for all Australians to come together for a BBQ, raise […]

ANZAC Balcony Watch

'We’re All In This Together’  is the catch cry now on social media and it was the catch cry also for two world wars when families, friends and lovers stood on their front porches or in their front yards to farewell young soldiers in their smart uniforms marching off to war. It was the same […]

Digital Earth Day

Not only does 2020 mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day but it will also be  the first time ever that it will be a solely digital global event. “Whether it be coronavirus or our global climate crisis, we cannot shut down,” said Earth Day Network President, Kathleen Rogers. “ Instead, we must shift our […]

What To Do When You Need The Loo… And Have No Toilet Paper

Over the past month it has been nearly impossible to find toilet paper anywhere as a result of COVID-19 and the panic buying that ensued. Have you become a terrified victim of the toilet paper shortage? Are you tired of that sinking feeling of dread each time you turn your trolley into the toilet paper […]

Biennale Of Sydney Goes Digital

Just last week the Biennale Of Sydney was determined and confident that would be able to proceed safely in the face of COVID-19. Sadly, as of Tuesday morning it became clear this would no longer be possible. The nearly 50 year long tradition will now be closure the doors to all of its public exhibitions […]

Sydney Biennale – NIRIN

The 22nd edition of the Sydney Biennale, which recently opened at six cultural venues across the city, challenges us to think about the world from a refreshingly alternative viewpoint. Curated by the internationally acclaimed, multi-disciplinary Indigenous artist Brook Andrew, it brings together 100 artists and collectives from 36 countries. Andrew has named the exhibition NIRIN, […]

Hellfire Club Burns Out

Sydney’s Hellfire Club, one of the longest running fetish party nights since 1993, has closed its doors after 26 years and 10 months, with the venue blaming the closure on the city’s lockout laws. Hellfire Club opened for more than 20 years ago, as a refuge for those who originally didn’t fit in with mainstream society […]