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.
The Existential Expert is asked: has Doctor Who become too woke?
The stage adaption of the comical children’s book Thai-riffic! by Oliver Phommavanh is a modern take on multiculturalism and growing up in Australia, reports arts and entertainment editor Tahli Blackman.
As a young Australian born in a nation with strict gun controls post-Port Arthur, Tileah Dobson finds it surreal that in ‘the land of the free’, people aren’t free to live without gun violence.
As Australia marks National Volunteer Week, 18-year-old Joe Visser opines that despite volunteering being seen by many as an activity for old people, it’s also a great way for young Australians to make a difference to their community.
Visual artist Sama Cooper received her first professional commission in 2020 at the age of just 18 and is now majoring in painting at the National Art School. She brushed some time out of her busy schedule to chat with youth editor Corin Shearston.
The Australian Theatre for Young People’s new musical, The Deb, had the audience cackling and on their feet applauding, writes Tahli Blackman.
The Deb is a new Australian coming-of-age musical that almost everyone will be able to relate to. Tahli Blackman reports.
University students across Australia have spoken out after the recent National Student Safety Survey highlighted the shocking extent of sexual violence on Australian university campuses.
Several new online platforms are earning more than $20,000 per year for young Australians renting out their cars, wardrobes, storage spaces and other items. Youth editor Corin Shearston takes a closer look.
While it’s been a Sydney touchstone since 1978, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is still seen by many young people as a relevant and necessary celebration of LGBTQI+ pride.
Sydney’s King Street Carnival is gearing up to attract an estimated 50,000 people from 11 to 13 March, with public singing and dancing deemed legal once again.
The Sentinel profiles Daniel Hildebrand – the photographic wunderkind who’s on his way to becoming one of Australia’s top music industry photographers.
Queer Screen’s 29th Mardi Gras Film Festival is offering a range of youth-oriented films this year, headlined by the Australian premiere of Hetero, a film created by queer teenagers for queer teenagers.
The largest Lunar New Year celebration outside Asia has begun right here in Sydney. Tileah Dobson has the lowdown on the various events and activities.