August 24, 2018

On her way to Australia, Dionne Warwick counts her blessings

With a chart record surpassed only by Aretha Franklin, the septuagenarian survivor seems mostly content to let her hits do the talking.
August 24, 2018

Soprano Jessica Pratt prepares for the tears as Victorian Opera’s Juliet

Shakespeare's doomed lovers will be played by two of Australia's most acclaimed female opera stars.
August 24, 2018

A hundred years on, can Germany learn to love Bauhaus?

The inter-war movement that revolutionised art and design has always been more popular abroad.
August 24, 2018

Sorry, James. That conversation-killer behind you has caught my eye

I want to drink in a bar without a TV. I want the unsullied intertwining of sullied minds as we travel, laughing, from sobriety to that other place.
August 24, 2018

Exhibition digs deep into the remarkable gardens of Gordon Ford

Horticulturalist Annette Warner says there is still much to uncover.
August 24, 2018

Circus tradition and experimentation make a seductive mix in Lexicon

A 250-year-old art is made new again as NoFit State joins this year's Melbourne Festival.
August 24, 2018

Top five films: best of the big screen

Our pick of what's showing on the big screen this week.
August 24, 2018

Shhhh! How to talk TV in the spoiler age

With TV series streaming, networks releasing blocks to binge and multiple screening times for favourites, when is it OK to talk about what you’ve see?
August 24, 2018

Trump investigation grants Australian journalist Dylan Howard ‘immunity’

The National Inquirer had a cosy relationship with Donald Trump during his 2016 presidential campaign.
August 24, 2018

Julia Morris says she lost work following Logies backlash

The comedian, who's gone viral in the UK this week, says her controversial #MeToo performance at last month's Logies cost her a hosting gig.
August 23, 2018

Good Weekend’s great Father’s Day book round-up

Haven’t got him a present yet, have you? Fear not. Everyone loves a book.
August 23, 2018

Social Seen: Social climbers make annual pilgrimage to Whitsundays

It's that time of year when Sydney's usual suspects flock north to Hamilton Island Race Week – the Melbourne Cup of yachting.