Theatre: A Powerful Take on Medea

      While Euripides’ Medea isn’t the cheeriest play in the ancient Greek canon, it is an enduring classic because it touches on human issues that have resonated...
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Perth’s Architectural Gems – Yes, We Still Have A Few!

    What do St George’s Cathedral, Fremantle Prison, and Cottesloe’s controversial Indiana Teahouse have in common? Answer: They’re among 50 Perth architectural icons...
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Marjorie Coleman: Life Through Beautiful Threads

    Marjorie Coleman has spent much of her life stitching and weaving beautiful things. For decades the Western Australian master quilt maker and doyenne of thread has...
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Recipe: Orzo & Feta Stuffed Peppers

Here is a wonderful recipe from John Gregory-Smith’s colourful new book featuring the most-loved recipes from Lebanon, Saffron in the Souks (Kyle Books). For thousands of...
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Crime: “The Pretty Girl Killer” Christopher Wilder

      Handsome and charming, surfer Christopher Wilder had the world at his fingertips. But the Sydney-born son of a naval hero became a serial killer. He ended up...
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Gourmet Escape: Witchettys And Other Fine Grub

Gourmet Escape: Witchettys And Other Fine Grub

    “How do I eat it?” enquired restaurant critic supremo, Scotsman A.A. Gill excitedly, referring to the podgy white grub pursed betwixt his thumb and forefinger. “Grab its spiky head bit and bite off the body, mate,” rejoined an aboriginal culinary... read more
Here’s Lucy: Annabelle Gordon, Paper Queen

Here’s Lucy: Annabelle Gordon, Paper Queen

    The first time I saw Annabelle Gordon’s unique paper cuts I was amazed at how intricate and delicate they are one wrong move and the whole work could be ruined. “All these paper cuts are hand cut  -sometimes painstakingly – from beautiful acid free... read more
Film: Liberal Arts

Film: Liberal Arts

      Elizabeth Olsen has a smile that lights up the screen. In Liberal Arts, she lights up for Josh Radnor, who plays the role of Jesse Fisher, a jaded admissions officer at a New York college. Jesse hasn’t done much with his life since he graduated in... read more
The Woman Who Changed Her Brain

The Woman Who Changed Her Brain

    Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, Canadian author of bestseller The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, had a miserable childhood. Born with severe learning difficulties, she read and wrote everything backwards, and was uncoordinated. But Barbara was also possessed... read more
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