If you are on social media you’ve probably seen various videos of people throwing buckets of iced water on their heads. Well, there is a lot more to it than that. It is raising money for MND and this is a cause very close to my family’s hearts. If only I could see my Uncle again, I would love to talk to him…..
One of our favourite spots for breakfast is The Naked Fig in Swanbourne. Delicious and interesting food, cocktails, juices, smoothies and a colourful art filled café all against the backdrop of the Indian Ocean. Heaven on a lazy Sunday morning.
Part 2 of Questions Over Coffee with Jo Morris; fantastic Perth actress and advocate for the arts in Perth. Here Jo talks about what is coming up in her future and her favourite season.
Today we heard the sad news that the great Robin Williams had passed away and we are reminded that sometimes those who smile the most and those who cause the most laughs are not necessarily the happiest. Today our hearts are sad.
This column is designed to be for opinion pieces and I actually had another nice introductory piece all ready to go but then I was wide awake last night at 4am so I slipped down to the computer and started typing…
An hour away from Perth in the Bickley Valley is a family run property called Belara Springs. The Forest Chalet can be rented out for a truly relaxing stay amongst the trees. Unwind and take a break from the noise of the city and allow Mother Nature to recharge your batteries.
This winter for the first time ever we had ice-skating in the Perth cultural centre for the first 2 weeks of July. It was a huge success and ended up booked out for all sessions. As a result Big Bang Productions and The Event Agency are bringing it back again next year!
Questions Over Coffee with Jo Morris; fantastic Perth actress and advocate for the arts in Perth. Jo has been in some wonderful productions lately and her future looks just as exciting.
She makes beer, she co-owns and runs a successful brewing company, she is passionate about her industry and is president of the ‘Pink Boots Society: an organisation which empowers female beer professionals. Introducing Jayne Lewis, our first fabulous person!
There is a new bar on the Perth scene that is seeing people queue up to revel in its novelty. The cocktails are flowing as patrons head to Scarborough for a night out in a pastel paradise! Our first bar of the season is Matisse Beach Club.
Masks have long been associated with mystery and intrigue. The Venetian carnival is approximately 2 weeks of sophistication, colour and beauty as tourists flock to be a part of this magical, masked world. In February each year, Venice in Italy comes alive with the drama and history of this ancient tradition.
The first piece in our Creative Notebook is some fiction writing from our editor Tania Giorgetta. She has written a piece which is aptly named “Waltz of the Seasons.” Check out our Creative Notebook Contributions section if you would like to see your work published.
Chefs and restaurants are all buzzing about the latest taste category to hit our tongues. We all know about sweet, salty, sour and bitter, well according to scientists there is a new taste joining them: the more complex, tasty, delicious taste of Umami! Read on to find out what it is….
As part of the Perth Comedy Festival ‘The Famous Sharron’ teamed up with renowned chef Sophie Budd of Taste Budds cooking school to present several nights of cooking, comedy and dinner for the lucky audiences.
The Comedy Festival this year starred local and international talent who made people laugh at many venues around Perth. The retro Mount Lawley Bowling Club played host to many of the comedians this year.
In March each year, Cottesloe Beach is home to Sculptures by the sea. It has been running for 10 years now and features over 70 artists. It is free to attend and the beautiful Indian Ocean provides the perfect backdrop for an art exhibition.