The Perth Independent Theatre Festival is a month of shows at the Subiaco Arts Centre running from the 3rd of June to the 4th of July 2015. Independent artists, different works and experimental scripts. Read on for an outline of the shows running and a link to get tickets.
Are you one of those neat, tidy, organised people or do you struggle to remember where anything is let alone what you want to be when you grow up. This blog post is my opinion on the 2 types of people in the world. Column A or Column B.
Our “Place To Eat” of the season is Ootong and Lincoln cafe in South Fremantle. It is well known for the rainbow zebras which greet you as you enter but it also has delicious food, good coffee and lots of other great art as well. Read on for our thoughts and some photos.
A prose fiction piece written in 8 vignettes about Motherhood and the ever evolving relationship between mother and child. A succinct look at how the parent / child relationship changes as time marches on.
Photos from the Perth Comedy Festival 2015. Check out our photos of some of the comedians, venues and local people out and about!
Perth in Autumn is a pretty special place. Warm days, cool nights and amazing colours in the sky and on the trees. We discovered a few gorgeous spots that really showcase the Perth autumn season. Please enjoy our autumn gallery and don’t forget to notice the beauty that is all around us.
ANZAC biscuits were developed as a durable snack during the war. Wives and mothers would make them and send them to to their loved ones. Here is our recipe.
Your garden can be a peaceful oasis and place to relax and it can also be a source of food, especially herbs and vegetables which are fresh, healthy and organic. Rachel Sharp from Sharp Edge Gardening gives us some tips about gardens in autumn and edible plants.
New York is a pretty special place. There is an electricity in the air and an excitement on the streets. People walk fast, it seems like everyone is going somewhere in a hurry. Everything is big and grand and fabulous. Read on for some tips and hints in our travel article.
A guest post from psychologist Dr Isabel Fernandez talks about fighting in relationships without hurting your partner. We all have differences of opinion, that makes us human, the way we deal with the differences determines whether arguments can be beneficial or not.
The Perth Comedy Festival returns bigger and better than ever this year. It is on from the 24th of April to the 17th of May in several venues around Perth. We have listed our pick of the festival below. Lets all laugh together this season.
Do you ever wonder why the dates for Easter change each year? It is all to do with the moon and is explained further in this guest post from our favourite astronomer, Galaxy Girl. There is also a lunar eclipse on this weekend so grab your chocolate and settle in for a night of gazing upwards.
This recipe is easy, healthy and delicious. The perfect way to use up vegetables in your fridge and it is gluten free and dairy free. It has no added fat and can all be made in the one dish. Perfect for these autumn evenings! Enjoy.
As we say goodbye to the warmer months, how about a delicious and colourful cocktail to get your night off to a fabulous start. We have compiled an A-Z list of the most popular cocktails around. Enjoy!
Perth has recently been visited by Giants and Sculptures. The latest large pieces of art to grace our shores are huge, inflatable, illuminated rabbits. It’s all part of the South Perth Fiesta and is on every night this week. Get down to the foreshore to say hello to “Intrude” an art installation by Amanda Parer.
Sculptures By The Sea is an art exhibition run every March at beautiful Cottesloe beach in Perth, Western Australia. This year it goes from the 6th to the 23rd of March and is free to attend. Over 70 local and international artists have their work exhibited.
Last night an ad aired on commercial television in Australia which, in my opinion, was so ridiculous it seemed like a joke. Except it wasn’t. It was a real ad expressing views of real people in our society and I think that’s a scary thing. Read my opinion column here.
If you’re looking for somewhere different to go for a long, lazy lunch, then Millbrook Winery would be a great choice. Good wine, interesting food and a stunning view all make the 1 hour drive worthwhile. Check out our thoughts and especially our pictures below.
A beautiful fiction story from Australian writer Catriona McKeown. This evocative, well written piece was given a commendation in a WA short story competition recently. Make a cup of tea and spend 10 minutes with these memorable characters.
Local artist Rebecca Anne Lee is creating a crowd sourced experimental art project which promises to be interesting and colourful! Two of our favourite things. She needs your help please to make it as diverse as possible. Read on to find out more and discover how you can help.