With the new Dungeons & Drag Queers show set to take the stage, the driving force behind it – AJ Lamarque – sat down with the Sentinel to discuss the blending of nerdiness, gaming and queer culture.
The Sentinel sits down with Anthony Venn-Brown ahead of an awards ceremony where he will receive an OAM for his work in bringing communities together.
Dyan Tai opens up to the Sentinel about ‘Freedom’, community and the intricacies of creating multi-faceted art.
Skateboarding has been dominated by straight, cisgender men since its inception in the 1950s – but that’s all changing, thanks to a new generation of skateboarders.
The SALON78 forum is returning for its third year to collect oral histories and enshrine the work of our early LGBTQI activists.
Indie-pop identity Brendan Maclean on the importance of nurturing queer musicians, and his involvement in the upcoming Express Yourself – Queer Discovery showcase.
Alan Rosendale still looking for answers about who attacked him 31 years ago.
Pop idol Montaigne talks lockdown, connecting with fans, and re-entering music with a new mindset ahead of her ‘Express Yourself – Queer Discovery’ showcase.
The Sydney Kings Supper Club is back after a Covid-19 induced hiatus, reports Mike Hitch.
Footage has emerged of a police officer dislocating a legal observer’s wrist during protests at the University of Sydney.
Following re-investigations of Sydney’s historic gay hate crimes, Alan Rosendale is still trying to solve his 31-year-old cold case.
Andy Dexterity of The Voice Australia fame speaks to the Sentinel about art, creativity, sign language and his next move.
Student activists at the University of Sydney are fighting for the right to protest, following draconian police clampdowns.
There are concerns that the introduction of Mark Latham’s ‘Trans Erasure Bill’ in NSW could see a spike in hateful rhetoric towards vulnerable young people.
Amnesty Portrait Award-winning artist, socio-political author and environmental activist Guy James Whitworth sits down with the Sentinel.