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Keeping the kids entertained during lockdown? Here’s what you can do. 

As Greater Sydney hits the middle of our projected lockdown period, many parents are stretching for things to keep the kids busy. It’s no easy task. If you’re working from home, with your kids bouncing around, this might seem almost impossible.  We have a list of some of the best things you can get your […]

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French Exit

A confused tone and inconsistent pacing leave Azazel Jacobs’ absurdist comedy, at times, a little too absurd for its own good. French Exit follows the trans-continental exploits of widowed New York socialite Francis Price (Michelle Pfeiffer) and her adult son Malcolm (Lucas Hedges) on their not-so-temporary sojourn to Paris after Francis is walled off from […]

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Midnight Drags – Bad Business

Melbourne rocker Midnight Drags is set to drop their latest album, Bad Business, tomorrow and it is overflowing personality and rock goodness. Bad Business is far from that as it delivers classic rock elements fused with glam-rock, and pop-rock all with a modern twist. For fans of bands such as Cheap Trick, Catfish And The […]

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Italian Film Festival 2020

This year the 21st Italian Film Festival will only screen 18 feature films and one short, due to the COVID-19 interrupted  selection process. Owing to social distancing requirements, there will be no after parties or other large-scale events but the opening and closing nights will feature a celebratory drink on arrival before an excellent film. […]

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Casino gift turns nightmare

By WENDY BACON NSW police have charged a 30-year-old man after an investigation into his gambling transactions at The Star casino in July. He was searched while he was at the casino and more than $10,000 in cash, $50,000 in casino chips and documents were seized. A search of his home resulted in police seizing […]

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Giant Dwarf Left Homeless

By Madison Behringer After operating as a vibrant and thriving venue in the heart of Sydney for six years, Giant Dwarf Theatre is being forced to relocate due to a massive rent increase. Co-founders Nikita Agzarian and Julian Morrow set up shop at 199 Cleveland Street in Redfern in 2014 after signing a lease with […]

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Honey Boy

Honey Boy portrays a young boy, Otis (Noah Jupe & Lucas Hedges), struggling to reconcile with his father’s unpredictable behavior while attempting to create a future for himself. The film is directed by Alma Har’el, while Shia LaBeouf wrote the script based on his own childhood, and plays the father. Honey Boy takes the audience on […]

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Baboons bid for freedom in Camperdown

by ALEC SMART On Tues 25 Feb three baboons on route to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Camperdown escaped and went roaming around the grounds of the hospital. A 15-year old male baboon scheduled for a vasectomy, accompanied by two females, managed to open the rear door of the truck transporting them and made […]

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REVIEW: Don Giovanni

Mozart’s classic opera Don Giovanni takes on added resonance in the wake of the Me Too movement. Don Giovanni translated into Spanish means Don Juan. The libretto tells the timeless tale of a licentious lord who seduces, entraps and manhandles a host of women. This season’s production of Mozart’s masterpiece casts the Italian Baritone Luca […]

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Tiny Moving Parts

Typically when we think of family bands we jump to siblings or parents with their children. Minnesota trio Tiny Moving Parts though are a family band of a different kind. The band consists of brother Matthew and William ‘Billy’  Chevalier alongside their cousin Dylan Mattheisen. Despite this slightly unconventional family lineup, Mattheisen told City Hub […]

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