Film: The Leisure Seeker

    For a poignant picture of a devoted and long-married couple you would be hard pushed to find a more perfect match than acting doyens Donald Sutherland and Helen...
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Win Heavenly Bali Massages

  Using rain drops and circles of energy, monster hands and butterfly hands, thumbs in golden triangles and cat shampoo, I’m connecting, tapping, gripping and saying hello....
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Film: Disobedience

  Sebastián Lelio’s Disobedience explores the relationship between Ronit (Rachel Weisz) and Esti (Rachel McAdams) in a strict Orthodix Jewish community. It is a tale of...
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Revelation Film Festival Set to Thrill

The Revelation Perth International Film Festival showcases a selection of the world’s best contemporary independent films and is now in its twenty-first year. There are...
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Barking Mad Over Ringbarking

    What would possess someone to hack at two gorgeous Tuart Trees, more than a century old? The Starfish was appalled to discover two ancient trees – now a...
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Streisand: A Date with a Diva Divine

Streisand: A Date with a Diva Divine

    I didn’t expect to see Barbra Streisand in Vancouver this week.  But see her I did; along with 12 000 other new best friends in a packed hockey stadium. And she was fantastic.  It happened when, in Canada for business, I overheard my cab driver mention... read more
Ananda Designs: Jewellery with a Heart

Ananda Designs: Jewellery with a Heart

    Meet Christina Zipperlan, a talented and creative jewellery designer with a generous heart. Four years ago, Christina, a native German who divides her time between Perth and Bali, established her jewellery line, Ananda Designs consisting of unique pieces... read more
Film: The Master

Film: The Master

    This film stars two actors at the pinnacle of their careers. Philip Seymour Hopkins and Joachim Phoenix inhabit their parts as Lancaster Dodd, an intellectual and charismatic charlatan, and Freddie Quell, an alcoholic World War Two veteran. They are... read more
Guest Chef: Matthew Parker

Guest Chef: Matthew Parker

    My Family’s Favourite Angel’s Food This is a recipe that has been passed down from my great-great grandmother to my great-grandmother, my grandmother, my mother and now me. I first had it when I was four years old and since then I’ve had a... read more
Tom Percy: A Case for The Killers

Tom Percy: A Case for The Killers

    I don’t usually review records. Though I was tempted to ghost one last year, about my band’s new CD, until a couple of reputable people came to the party and spared me the ignominy. But every so often a new release comes along that leaves you with no... read more
Tim Maguire – A House of Art

Tim Maguire – A House of Art

    A grand old lady of Peppermint Grove will be farewelled next week, swathed in funky new finery until her demise. The old dame, is, of course, the century-plus old mansion at 19 View Street Peppermint Grove, and she’s being decked out for her last... read more
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