The Sentinel explores the cultural phenomenon of 28 hairy Australian blokes singing traditional Russian songs at the Sydney Opera House.
“This production of Priscilla is as good as you will see on any stage, anywhere in the world”: Danny Waterson on the Willoughby Theatre Company’s new show.
John Moyle profiles New Zealand singer Theia and her landmark song and video, ‘Celebrity’.
Want know what it feels like to be different? Paint your nails for a day and you’ll soon find out, explains #NAILit4IDAHO founder Travis de Jonk.
Nancy Denis and her band are performing at Darlinghurst Theatre’s new cabaret style space – and they are red hot, writes Rita Bratovich.
The NSW Government has been accused of forcing poor people out of the inner city at a rally against plans to redevelop social housing estates.
The NSW Government has announced the locations of two new Sydney Metro stations.
Despite calls to see it closed or relocated, Australia’s first medically supervised injecting centre is still going strong.
Richie Black reflects on grief, trauma and suddenly feeling at odds with home, after the death of his rescue greyhound.
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney will recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians during National Reconciliation Week with Indigenous cultural events.
A new cohort of NSW residents – those aged aged 40 to 49 – are now eligible to register their interest for the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
Covid-19 restrictions imposed on Sydney, after two locally acquired cases were detected on Wednesday, have been extended by a week.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
Rosie Waterland has a new show, a newish conservative commentator boyfriend and is about to break into fiction, writes Gary Nunn, who interviewed her for the Sentinel.
Vegan editor Elizabeth Usher speaks with Rodney Todd ahead of his Sydney Comedy Festival show “Good Morning Kebab”.