Author: Emily Mathison

The Hunter Culinary’s annual Food Fight is back for 2016 (Hunter Valley)

April 8, 2016

Hunter Culinary is holding it’s 7th annual Food Fight, which will bring selected master chefs  together to go head to head in a high stakes cook off.  The event will also see Sydney’s formed three-hatted Banc restaurant revived, as four of it’s former chefs reunite as a competing team. With two teams competing in the […]

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Singapore Airlines introduce new wholesome meal range to refresh their food offerings

April 8, 2016

Singapore Airlines have launched a new selection of wholesome food choices, catering to a wide variety of nutritional needs of their customers. Curated by the airlines International Culinary Panel, which includes renowned chef Matt Moran, the new Deliciously Wholesome range features a range of healthy, gourmet dishes. The refreshed airline food range will be available […]

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Vivid Sydney adds more acts to stacked music program

April 8, 2016

Vivid Music has announced a handful of new artists that will feature on the 2016 line-up. Joining previously announced acts like Bon Iver, New Order and Hiatus Kaiyote will be Sydney locals Bag Raiders, singer-songwriter Don Walker and punk rockers The Hard-Ons. This will mark Bag Raiders’ first Australian tour in 5 years, presenting them with a […]

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Furies Theatre calls women to the front in upcoming play Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

April 2, 2016

Furies Theatre are presenting their third production, swapping genders and bringing women to the front of Tom Stoppard‘s Rozencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. The Kings Cross theatre will be particularly looking at the role of women in the sidelines of the theatre industry, and exploring the characters they are often cast as. The play tells the […]

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Katherine Sabbath teams up with Mövenpick to create an exclusive dessert (Sydney)

April 2, 2016

Australian dessert connoisseur Katherine Sabbath has teamed up Swiss ice cream brand Mövenpick to launch their new Sydney CBD store on George Street, which features a coffee lounge, modern booths, communal banquettes, and of course, Mövenpick ice cream. Sabbath has created a dessert for the brand to celebrate their first few weeks of operation in […]

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Western Australian artists Pony Express are bringing their Ecosexual Bathhouse instalment to Melbourne

April 1, 2016

Western Australian based collective Pony Express will be heading to Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens this May to present Ecosexual Bathhouse, an instalment that will explore the social and psychological boundaries between ecology, evolution and sexuality. The event will turn the gardens into an immersive and interactive performance area, intertwining elements of human sexuality and the […]

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New York’s Upper East Side welcomes The Met Breuer to its rich cultural scene

April 1, 2016

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on the Upper East side has recently opened

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Centenary Park set to be taken over by ten street artists

March 12, 2016

Over the next two weeks, Centenary Park will be turned into an outdoor art studio as street artists are let loose throughout Parramatta Square development as part of the Live Walls Project. Funded by the Parramatta City Council and the Walker Corporation and in partnership with Work-Shop, the Live Walls is an organisation based on […]

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Nominees for WAM Song Of The Year have been announced

March 11, 2016

The nominees for the Western Australian competition WAM Song Of The Year have been revealed, with 16 different categories covering a wide range of genres. Featuring acts like Joni In The Moon (who are in the lead with 4 nominations in total), Pat Chow, The High Learys and Riley Pearce, just to name a few, […]

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Bat For Lashes shares haunting new single “In God’s House”

March 11, 2016

Natasha Khan, who more commonly goes by Bat For Lashes, has shared her new single “In God’s House”, following the release of single “I Do” which debuted only a few weeks ago. Both releases will appear of Khan’s forthcoming album The Bride which is scheduled for a July release. The Bride is said to follow […]

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The Morrison’s annual Crab Carnival is returning to Sydney for its third year

March 11, 2016

The Morrison’s 2016 Annual Crab Carnival is back for its third year, which will see Executive chef and owner of The Morrison Sean Connolly deliver crowd favourite crab dishes, as well as a handful of new additions. This year’s event will introduce Salt & Pepper Crab Legs and bite sized Crab Hush Puppies, alongside some old favourites […]

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Melbourne’s ART-Town event returns to the Chapel Street Precinct next month

March 4, 2016

Melbourne event ART-Town is back for 2016, making an appearance for its seventh year. Taking place over two weekends in April, the event will see artists working in public spaces throughout the Chapel Street Precinct, where painters, illustrators, photographers, street artists, sculptors will come together to celebrate the history and diversity of the Chapel Street […]

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Madonna announces intimate club show for the Forum Theatre in Melbourne

March 4, 2016

Ahead of Madonna gracing our shores for the first time in 23 years for her Rebel Heart tour, an intimate club show, Tears Of A Clown has also now been announced. The show will be an exclusive fan club show that will combine music, art and comedy, and will be taking place at the Forum […]

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Live Review: David Le’aupepe + The Button Collective + Nothing Rhymes With David + Spencer Scott + Allison Gallagher – Black Wire Records, Sydney (31.01.16)

February 1, 2016

After the atrocious weather Sydney copped leading up to the weekend, it wasn’t shaping up to be the ideal time to hold an afternoon courtyard event. But come Sunday morning, the rain decided to play nice and blue skies and sunshine were welcomed, just in time for the crowds to start pouring into Sydney’s Black […]

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