Dylan Concert: Why Bob, Why?

  By Ronnie Goldberg Bob was his usual arrogant self at his Perth show last night. I didn’t enjoy his concert at all 15 years ago in Centennial Park, Sydney, but thought I’d give...
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Book Review: Finding My Place

    By Suresh Rajan In the interests of proper disclosure it must be said that I am a big fan of Dr Anne Aly and I have been a friend of hers for the better part of 20+...
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Film: Glenn Close and Jonathan Pryce excel in The Wife

After a sleepless night of anticipation for Jo Castleman (Jonathan Pryce) and his wife (Glenn Close,) a phone call from Sweden announces Jo is to receive the Nobel Prize for...
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Recipe: Stephane Reynaud’s Ultimate Apple Tart

  Magnifique! Here’s a French classic if you are at a loss as to what to serve at your next high tea or dinner party. It’s from a wonderful new book by Stephane...
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Film: RBG

  In 1993 Bill Clinton nominated Ruth Bader Ginsberg as a judge in the United States Supreme Court. At 85 years old she is a cultural icon who has earned the name of “the...
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Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips

Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips

  Deni Hines, soon to hit Perth for her The Very Best of Dusty Springfield,  Live In Concert tour, shares the recipe for her favourite snack with us. Deni’s Devilish Kale Chips are “very yummy and very good for you,” this sexy songbird enthuses.   Ingredients 1... read more
The King is Dead

The King is Dead

    The King is Dead is a darkly humorous film that almost everybody can relate to:  if you have not had the neighbors from hell,  you will know someone who has. Rest assured that they could not be worse than the King and his associates! Max  (Dan Wyllie) is... read more
Howard Park: Enduring Consistency & Quality

Howard Park: Enduring Consistency & Quality

  Howard Park Wines has been in the vanguard of top WA wineries for over a quarter of a century. While the winery has won numerous accolades and awards during this time, excellence in winemaking is not judged in sporadic triumphs, trophies and medals alone. The... read more
Premier Colin Barnett Interview – Part Two

Premier Colin Barnett Interview – Part Two

  In Part Two of our interview with WA Premier Colin Barnett, he talks about how it feels to be criticized – he can even sympathise with embattled politician Craig Thomson – his future as Premier, secession, and WA’s relationship with China. What’s the... read more
Anna Chandler: Colouring Our World

Anna Chandler: Colouring Our World

  “Come in,” designer Anna Chandler smiles, resplendent in a multi-coloured silk kaftan (an Afghan wedding gown) as she throws open her antique Indian wooden doors to The Starfish. We’re here to enjoy a cup of tea with the vivacious founder of Anna Chandler... read more
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