As 2020 comes to a close (hurrah!) Guy James Whitworth wraps up the year we’d all rather forget in his own inimitable style.
Satirical artist Scott Marsh has painted a wall mural of George Michael in Erskineville. It replaces a mural that was defaced by fundamentalist Christians in November 2017.
There’s ‘fake news’ – and then there’s ‘not news’. Stories about women’s bodies – such as reports on Rebel Wilson’s weight loss – fall into the latter category, writes Lauren Clair.
Will a simple apology do? Gabrielle Scawthorn explores the question in her new play, The Apologists.
After eighty-one years, the landmark Kings Cross theatre, the Metro/Minerva, is finally on the NSW Heritage Register.
Gary Nunn reveals the inside story of the battle to save the Green Park, including previously secret machinations, and the united push from across the political spectrum to save the venue.
‘All My Friends Are Dancers’ is a yule-be-cool track by Sydney-based Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys.
It’s been a tough year – but 2020 also had its positive aspects, Richie Black helpfully reminds us.
Young author Justine Cooke has channelled the pain from her medical condition into two new books, which were completed within two months of each other this year.
The silly season is underway – and it appears Mother Nature is in on the act, with a ‘hum from the sky’ disturbing Inner West residents.