Poet of Kings Cross, Charles Freyberg, spoke with the Sydney Sentinel about his book of 45 poems, The Crumbling Mansions.
Despite a narrative which contends that HIV is ‘under control’, the pandemic still rages across the globe and the quality of life for many people living with HIV remains poor, writes James May.
Editor-at-large Gary Nunn meets Shauna Jarrett, the conservative candidate who has thrown her hat in the ring to run the City of Sydney.
The 20-year-old founder of The Mitchell Old Company plans to stage his second show, Heathers: The Musical – and then conquer the theatre world.
Alanis Morissette’s iconic 1990s album inspires the consummate 2020s story – isn’t it ironic?
Tim Chappel was catapulted to the world stage in 1995 when he won an Oscar for his costumes in the cult film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. 26 years on, he is as relevant and in-demand as ever, writes Travis de Jonk.
Comedian Michael Shafar lost a testicle due to cancer but not his sense of humour – and while his Movember moustache might look like a gag prop, he’s serious about raising money for men’s health.
Sylvie Ellsmore, City of Sydney Lord Mayoral candidate for the Greens, speaks to the Sentinel ahead of the 4 December NSW local government elections.
Technology and literature meet in Story Week 2021 – a unique, exciting program where the whole world is the venue.
Australian photographer Kelsey Hannah speaks to the Sentinel about her contribution to the groundbreaking book HIDDEN: Animals in the Anthropocene on the anniversary of its publication.
The Sentinel meets Sydney Deputy Lord Mayor and impassioned Clover Moore Independent Team member, Jess Scully, to talk politics, Instagram, ‘YIMBYism’ and effecting change.
Individually, they are extraordinary artists. Together, Abby Dobson and Lara Goodridge, AKA Baby et Lulu, are magnifique.
Three University of NSW climate scientists have revealed how they talk to their children about climate change, in the wake of the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
The Sentinel speaks with writer Kendall Feaver and actor Emily Havea about Wherever She Wanders, a new play tackling university rape culture.
Small Business Party founder and leader Angela Vithoulkas on losing her business – and why she changed her mind on running for a third council term at the City of Sydney.