Grace Knight. Photo: Supplied
When Grace Knight became a household name in her 20s as the frontwoman for Perth band the Eurogliders, it was thanks to two significant albums. Knight talks to Jane Rocca about fame, storytelling and letting jazz lead the way. ... >>MORE
The Weekly Review launched in Melbourne’s inner east four years ago and has now expanded to nine editions across Melbourne and Geelong. So we are celebrating by giving one lucky reader a chance to win a David Jones voucher worth $4000! ... >>MORE
Viv Benjamin. Photo: Julian Kingma
Viv Benjamin was 17 when she organised the Make Poverty History concert. An enthusiastic crowd of 15,000 crammed into the Sidney Myer Music Bowl to see headliners Bono and Pearl Jam and send a pointed message to the leaders of the G20 – that extreme poverty is extremely preventable. ... >>MORE
He is a genuine spirit in a fickle business in which some designers can get too big for their boots and shun the media. He’s less about small talk and more about getting on with business, and always has time for those around him. ... >>MORE
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Prix Fixe
Kendall Hill
"A little bit cabaret, a little bit bistro." Kendall Hill reviews Prix Fixe in the city. ... >>MORE
Bev Brock.
Life without limits
Peter Wilmoth
Six weeks before he died, on September 8, 2006, Peter Brock phoned the woman who had shared his life for 28 years and from whom he had recently separated. “He called me to say, ‘Bevo, I want to tell you I’ve finally retired’." Bev Brock talks to Peter Wilmoth about loving, and losing, a racing legend
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Kin Collective launches 2014 season
Kin Collective launches 2014 season
The Kin Collective celebrated the launch of its 2014 Season on Monday night at The Toff in Town with performances by The Chantoozies, Alinta Chidzey and The Dan Hamill Band. St. Patrick's...