Mel W is a single mum, working from home and putting two kids through remote learning during Lockdown 2.0. Here’s how she’s coping …
John Moyle profiles New Zealand singer Theia and her landmark song and video, ‘Celebrity’.
Each week, John Moyle explores exceptional examples of Australian songs and music videos. This week: ‘You Might Think’ by Sons of the East – a Sydney band that’s bigger overseas than at home.
Facebook will restore news content on the social media app for Australians “within days”, the tech giant and the federal government have confirmed.
Despite being a small, local publication and a newcomer to the media landscape, the Sydney Sentinel has not avoided the wrath of Facebook, which today blocked a raft of media outlets in protest at the federal government’s Media Bargaining law.
Controversial mural painter Scott Marsh slams fellow artist Sid Tapia for participating in Graffiti Removal Day, as Tapia’s commissioned mural of Shane Fitzsimmons is vandalised.
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.
Satirical artist Scott Marsh has painted a wall mural of George Michael in Erskineville. It replaces a mural that was defaced by fundamentalist Christians in November 2017.
The owner of a vegan restaurant, who quarrelled with vegans and taunted the LGBTQI community, has vowed to start serving bacon and non-vegan dishes.
Elizabeth Usher reviews the Newtown store famous for their succulent, all-vegan souvlakia.
The Sentinel talks to a panel of imbedded experts about how Covid-19 has changed Sydney’s dating scene.
Sustainable fashion will be the focus of workshops held at a Paddington boutique in conjunction with Woollahra Municipal Council.
Elizabeth Usher reviews the popular Khamsa Cafe, which serves up vegan Palestinian fare in Sydney’s Inner West.