Gorgeous! The Famous Spiegeltent

Story by Sunday Francis-Reiss The Famous Spiegeltent is coming to Sydney, to host a cavalcade of contemporary performances on the Opera House Forecourt. A fittingly … Read more


  By Lawrence Gibbons   Following the collapse of the banks this black October, not many people would be willing to launch a magazine on Halloween. And … Read more

The blogging revolution that’s changing the world

BY PAM WALKER Few would now deny the growing power of the internet and its appeal to younger readers who are turning their backs on … Read more

Freedom of speech: Australia remains silent

By Reuben Brand In the wake of the Bill Henson fiasco that divided the nation, robust discussion on Australia’s censorship laws and freedom of speech … Read more

Leichhardt’s new full time mayor

BY PAM WALKER Leichhardt’s longest serving councillor has made it to the top and is now mayor. Greens councillor Jamie Parker, first elected to Leichhardt … Read more

Brighter future for Indigenous art

By Reuben Brand The Australian Government has replied to a Senate inquiry into the Indigenous arts sector, outlining the importance of the internationally acclaimed art … Read more

Busting the myth of carbon capture

BY JEREMY BROWN Last month the Rudd Government announced a $100 million Global Institute grant to speed up the development of carbon capture and storage … Read more

Art Groupie launch party

The TAP Gallery in Darlinghurst was the place to be last Friday night, with a series of collective art exhibitions featuring musicians, producers, DJs and … Read more

10/10/100: Planning for a better NSW?

by Roger Hanney Gary Blashke is a plain-spoken brain-storming surfer with a fierce love of community, Sydney’s natural beauty, and the fair go. For the … Read more

NSW Planning: Right Wing and a Prayer?

Given growing distrust over the nexus between decision making and political donations, the meteoric downfall of Frank Sartor, and public disdain for nearly every major … Read more