Ahead of the highly anticipated World Pride 2023, Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras invited the community to create a giant human Progress Pride Flag, writes queer editor Brandon Bear.
In his memoir, All Mixed Up, ABC TV journalist Jason Om shares his extraordinary journey from childhood to today. He recently spoke with Gary Nunn about the memoir and his experiences as a gay, Asian Australian.
Ahead of the release of his new book, Kylie: Song by Song, Marc Andrews explains why Kylie Minogue – whose pop career has lasted an incredible 35 years and counting – is as relevant as ever.
While the iconic parade is behind us, this year’s Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festivities are continuing well into April – with the Paradiso Pool Party still to come.
National treasure Marcia Hines sits down with The Sentinel to talk life, love, showbiz – and her exciting new project.
The City of Sydney Council hopes to revitalise Oxford Street, the traditional home of Sydney’s LGBTIQA+ community.
Vanessa Amorosi is back with a brand new sound and renewed passion on her new album City of Angels, writes Danny Waterson, who interviewed the singer for The Sentinel.
In an unprecedented commitment to the health of LGBTIQ communities, NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has announced the state’s first ever LGBTIQ Health Strategy – which will include the establishment of a dedicated LGBTIQ health centre.
Half a century ago, Australia’s first commercial gay magazine, William & John, was launched. Now, Gary Nunn reveals the riveting story behind the publication and its trailblazing publisher, John Baker.
The post-Mardi Gras blues are real and they are being felt more than ever this year. Travis de Jonk reflects on why.
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.
Hamish Macdonald opens up to The Sentinel about coming out, journalism, leaving Q+A and his big Mardi Gras hosting gig.
The Sentinel meets the people who grease the wheels of Australia’s largest and best-known pride event, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.
It’s one of the largest pride festivals in the world and one of Australia’s largest events of any kind – but how is Mardi Gras coping with the Covid curveball? Gary Nunn finds out.
Whether you know him as Mark Trevorrow or Bob Downe, he’s an icon of Australian entertainment. The Sentinel gets up close and personal with the man himself ahead of his new Sydney shows.