Australian film producer and director, Martin Fabinyi reviews Baz Luhrmann’s latest film, Elvis.
Ahead of their show in Sydney, associate editor and special writer, John Moyle sat down with Australia’s beloved comedy duo, Colin Lane and Frank Woodley to talk about their show, Moby Dick.
Ahead of the highly anticipated World Pride 2023, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras invited the community to create a giant human Progress Pride Flag, writes queer editor Brandon Bear.
As the Albanese government is committing themselves to enshrining a First Nations Voice into parliament, a survey conducted by CQUniversity and Griffith University reveals what Australians think and feel on the issue, writes Jacob Deem, Adrian Miller, AJ Brown and Susan Bird.
Having been elected as the new mayor for the North Sydney Council, Zoë Baker reveals exciting news for cyclists to editor-at-large, Gary Nunn.
Lynda Stoner remembers her remarkable friend, animal rights activist and arts lover Susanne Briggs.
Here are the ten things writer Sunny Grace misses the most about Sydney; yum cha, different cuisines, public transport, theatre, ocean pools, walking, Vivid and other events, the Inner West and anonymity.
The biggest coal mine in NSW is set to close in 2030. But what will happen to the workers, writes Liam Phelan and Kimberley Crofts.
Since its opening, Refettorio in Surry Hills has aimed to provide quality, comforting meals to those in need, reports John Moyle.
Travis de Jonk chats with extraordinary Australian electronica duo Mass Experience about their fantastic new album ‘Pleasure and Purge’ and signing a multi-album record deal.
Welsh indie artist Cate Le Bon performed a tranquil Vivid Sydney set at Carriageworks, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
HipHop festival 4ESydney is back after a three year hiatus to highlight some of Western Sydney’s most talented artists, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
Weeks after this year’s federal election, Gary Nunn looks back at the political satire during the era of the Morrison Government.
Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Linda Burney is adamant that the Indigenous Voice to parliament can happen now and not wait on a referendum, writes Emma Lee.
#MehToo: while its premise is worthy, sexual politics are explored in a banal, predictable way in this Bevloir St Theatre production, writes Richie Black.