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Film - Brendan Cowell on Ruben Guthrie

With two plays on Sydney stages and big-screen directing debut Ruben Guthrie in cinemas, actor-playwright Brendan Cowell exposes his demons... and his...

Music - Laura Marling

Tue 20 Oct The UK folkie will be in Sydney for her first concerts since 2013 to support her latest studio album Short Movie. Marling has a wide clutch of fans around...

Shopping - Potts Point Vintage

This boutique opened in late 2014, transposed by owner Arnold Kieldgaard (pictured) from his former Katoomba digs (you'll notice some mountain themes...

Around Town - Japanese Night: Eat, See, Drink

Your Japanese night in Sydney, sorted: where to eat, see and drink.

Music - Jenny Lewis

Wed 22 Jul Ahead of her appearance at this year's instalment of Splendour in the Grass, Jenny Lewis – late of Rilo Kiley and a perennial contender for the title...

Music - Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour

19 Mar 2016-20 Mar 2016 The 23-year drought is over. After a notorious string of cancellations and broken promises, Madonna is making her long-awaited return to Australia as...

Nara deer and Johnny's Fried Chicken, Japan

Japan's fondness for deer goes beyond simple affection. According to Shinto religion, deer were sacred and divine messengers from god. Today they're emblematic of the city of Nara, where the wild deer population of 1,200 freely roam the sprawling public grounds of Nara Park. Show More Summary

Theatre - War Crimes

15 Jul-01 Aug 2013 Patrick White Playwrights Fellowship recipient Angela Betzien wrote War Crimes back in 2011 for a regional tour with her company Real TV – the...

EXCLUSIVE: THE HOLY TRINITY OF STUPIDITY

Above: A face that says “I am sad” and also “I will kill…

Bars & Pubs - Barrio Cellar

Barrio Chino owners Nicole Galloway and Peter Lew have expanded the fiesta to Elizabeth Street and taken over the old Spice Cellar location, reinventing...

Bars & Pubs - JB and Sons

This quiet pocket of the Northern Beaches has long boasted an amazing surf beach, a local pub that does a mean roast roll with gravy, and more recently,...

Music - Kevin Parker interview

Tame Impala’s frontman tells us about the benefits of being yourself and not bottling stuff up

Restaurants - Coco Chocolate

Coco Chocolate prides itself on making “real chocolate,” meaning chocolate with higher cacao content, cacao butter and real vanilla. This relatively...

Clubs - Bag Raiders

Sat 11 Jul Off the back of the release of their new track ‘Vapour Trails’, Bag Raiders will celebrate their first non-club release in five years with an Australasian...

Bars & Pubs - Supper Club at the InterContinental Sydney

You may have walked past the imposing and elegant InterContinental Hotel on Macquarie Street, and you may have even ventured inside for a fancy staycation...

Film - Man Up

Lake Bell is one of the coolest women in Hollywood. She writes, she directs and she manages to be funny and clever even in lame hot girlfriend parts (It’s...

Film - Women He's Undressed

Gillian Armstrong’s 2006 documentary Unfolding Florence told the life and murder of Sydney wallpaper designer Florence Broadhurst. Lacking footage of...

Ramen at Chaco Bar, Darlinghurst

It takes fifteen kilos of chicken meat, bones, necks and whole carcasses to make the ramen stock each day at Chaco Bar. Everything gets tumbled into Chef Keita Abe's 70-litre stock pot, a new kitchen purchase that has effectively doubled the number of ramen bowls he can produce each day. Show More Summary

Film - Tribute to Technicolour Film Festival

Sun 05 Jul For three consecutive weekends in July, the Oz Silent Film Festival will be revving up remastered versions of Hollywood classics to mark 100 dazzling...

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