The Sentinel profiles WestWords – an organisation dedicated to championing the incredible – and often unheard – stories of Sydney’s Western Suburbs.
A rapidly changing world has inspired the new theatrical season of the Australian Theatre For Young People (ATYP).
Corin Shearston shines a light on the work of the Mountains Youth Services Team (MYST), the youth support group changing young lives in the Blue Mountains.
Young Penrith-based duo Sean and Marley are smashing stereotypes around disability, finding online fame with their debut song, ‘Oh Yeah’.
Youth editor Corin Shearston profiles the important work and achievements of Youth Action, the peak body for youth in NSW.
Emerging musical director Mitchell Old chats to the Sentinel about the debut performance from his exciting new company.
The Blue Mountains City Council is adopting a landmark gender equity strategy, building on related moves towards equality in Western Sydney and elsewhere.
Professional Sydney drone pilot Zephyrin Jaros-Grilli takes time out to talk to the Sentinel about his fascinating day job.
Young singer, songwriter, model and artist Lulu Ilanda takes time out from her life as a creative powerhouse to chat with the Sentinel.
Young author Justine Cooke has channelled the pain from her medical condition into two new books, which were completed within two months of each other this year.
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.
After enduring a chaotic share house, a reckless punk band, and major knee surgery, Quinlan Cementhead has made his presence felt as a solo artist.
Pairing modern songwriting with retro rock vibes, Sydney trio Large Mirage have released their debut single.
This light, enjoyable movie, filmed entirely in Sydney, is refreshing for its genre, writes Rita Bratovich.
The Redfern Legal Centre has revealed NSW Police continue to strip search children despite public demands to desist, and that strip searching of Indigenous kids is on the rise.