After enduring a chaotic share house, a reckless punk band, and major knee surgery, Quinlan Cementhead has made his presence felt as a solo artist.
City of Sydney councillor Angela Vithoulkas momentarily flagged her resignation, and blasted Lord Mayor Clover Moore for allegedly disrespecting her, in a bombshell email obtained by the Sentinel.
Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live is coming to Sydney.
Nagging ghosts and fighting spirit are on offer at this year’s Irish Film Festival.
The ErskineVillage Community Garden looks set to be redeveloped into affordable housing, after a motion to preserve the site was defeated at last night’s City of Sydney Council meeting.
Classical pianist Kathryn Selby invites you to share the stage, a chat and a glass of wine.
Sydney’s Hale & Hearty vegan diner, whose manager Mark Da Costa attacked vegan and LGBTQI clientele on social media, has announced its impending closure.
Indie-pop identity Brendan Maclean on the importance of nurturing queer musicians, and his involvement in the upcoming Express Yourself – Queer Discovery showcase.
A skywriter was derided on social media after he wrote a supportive message for Donald Trump above the skies of central Sydney – a week after Trump lost the USA election.
Alan Rosendale still looking for answers about who attacked him 31 years ago.
Sydney community radio station 2RSR, on 88.9FM, is facing financial crisis as the annual funding they receive from the Community Broadcasting Foundation has been cut to zero.
Pairing modern songwriting with retro rock vibes, Sydney trio Large Mirage have released their debut single.
Sydney fitness business owner Susie Purcell speaks to the Sentinel about her holistic approach to fitness, and how veganism and fitness can go hand in hand.
While 60,000 people languish on the NSW social housing waiting list, the Sydney Sentinel has discovered apartments are being boarded up and left untenanted in Surry Hills.
Richie Black outlines our worst examples of bureaucratic bungling and infrastructure-related idiocy in this humorous piece for the Sentinel.