Andy Dexterity of The Voice Australia fame speaks to the Sentinel about art, creativity, sign language and his next move.
Sydney’s Inner West and Randwick local councils have announced support packages for local artists struggling in the time of Covid-19.
As Covid-19 brings upheaval to life in Sydney, the Sentinel examines previous existential changes to hit the Emerald City.
The City of Sydney Council is distributing more than 20,000 free face masks to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Covid-19 has been tough but it’s also an opportunity to improve our world, particularly our environment, writes Clare Hennessy.
Lentil As Anything, the not-for-profit restaurant chain famous for its ‘pay what you can afford’ policy, is in a fight for survival.
Covid-19 be damned – Trevor Ashley is bringing Showqueen back to Sydney, with a little help from Bob Downe and other famous friends.
Richie Black takes an existential look at the remarkable NextDoor app.
Sydney artist, author and provocateur Guy James Whitworth weighs in on that sacred cow of the art world, the Archibald Prize.
A scaled-down version of Sydney’s New Year’s Eve fireworks will go ahead, Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore has announced.
City of Sydney Councillor Christine Forster says Sydney’s New Year’s Eve fireworks should go ahead despite Covid-19.
The face of Sydney’s second CBD, Parramatta, is set to change dramatically under new plans released this week.
Covid-19 and the rules it’s brought about have ushered in new societal behaviours and brought others – such as ‘patriarchy chicken’ – into high relief, writes Sunny Grace.
Student activists at the University of Sydney are fighting for the right to protest, following draconian police clampdowns.
Rita Bratovich previews Van Gogh Alive, now showing at the Royal Hall of Industries.