COMA Gallery’s latest exhibition by Marc Horowitz will move you

Marc Horowitz COMA 3

Sydney is littered with such a fruitful art scene, hosting numerous galleries in a perfect inner-west proximity, that a crawl through some of the finest contemporary creations can be indulged instead of pubs from time to time. Among them stands COMA, a space with walls bleached so white to ensure you’re not distracted from the […]

Neil Perry’s new day-night menu at Sake Jr. will change the way you eat out

Neil Perry Sake Jr Urban Purveyor Tofu Chilli Miso Ramen

Neil Perry doesn’t do things in halves. He saw an opportunity to change the menu at Sake Jr. by the Rockpool Dining Group and took it, changing their menu up like never before and giving it a new dual-approach feel. Strategically placed around Sydney and Melbourne, the Sake and Sake Jr. name has become something […]

Why you need to see the Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour production of Carmen

Handa Opera Sydney Harbour Carmen THE F big dress

Few things in this world as an adult can leave you dumbfounded, but the forthcoming production by Opera Australia of Georges Bizet’s ‘Carmen’  is definitely one of them. And that’s being said without even having seen it yet. Sure, we saw the interpretation of the romantic, saucy, firey, spicy (etc.) story of love and flirtatiousness come […]

Like drama? You’ll love ‘Tosca’ by Opera Australia

Teodor Ilincai Tosca Opera Australia THE F 4

If there’s one thing to know about Tosca, is that she never knew what she had coming to her. She’s part femme fatale, part manipulator whose conniving and playing of the waif all come crashing down on her and you’re left feeling overwhelmingly final at the crescendo of Opera Australia‘s production of this season’s Tosca by […]

Vincent Van Gogh is coming back to the NGV

NGV Vincent Van Gogh in Van Gogh and the Seasons THE F 5

The National Gallery of Victoria, in partnership with Art Exhibitions Australia, is bringing back the great works of Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh in Van Gogh and the Seasons for the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces series in 2017. The exhibition has been curated by Sjraar van Heugten, independent art historian and former Head of Collections at the […]

What a date night at the Sunset Cinema in North Sydney is like

Sunset Cinema North Sydney THE F 3

There are few things in life that are as sacred as going to the cinema, and getting a choc top to merrily munch on during the previews. There is also nothing quite like sitting under the stars on a warm summer’s night and feeling the breeze in your Maybelline locks. Put the two together and […]

Rudimental is performing at this year’s Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix

Heineken Grand Prix melbourne

Heineken is popping the virginity on the Melbourne International Formula 1 Grand Prix at Albert Park Lake this year and doing so in great style with news UK band Rudimental will join them in their massive undertaking, trackside.  The much-loved band will be supported on the day with a stellar line-up including rising star Hayden James. […]

Australia’s burgundy wine celebration is on again

Couple toasting with wine in cafe

Love wine? Love Burgundy; it only makes sense. For those with the nose and the palette to accompany, the ultimate celebration of all things wine is on again this month in yet another iteration of Australia’s Burgundy Wine Festival, from 26-30 March. Inspired by New York’s renowned La Paulée de Meursault, and brought to Australia […]

How to eat for autumn according to Brick Lane chef, Joey Ingram

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Summer’s over. Gone are the backyard barbecues, beach sessions and fresh, light, ‘summertime vibes’ menus we’ve learnt to love over the past three months as the weather changes and so to do the food offerings in our favourite restaurants. There’s sometimes a stark difference between what goes on in the kitchen when the sun’s pelting […]

Make a racquet at Social Serve End of Summer rooftop party

Social Serve tennis

Charity is turning it out at the end of the summer season this year with the Rose Bay’s Lyne Park Tennis Centre transforming into the ultimate social tennis event Social Serve’s the End of Summer event. The charity event is all about great drinks, gourmet eats, beats and a giant serving of social tennis to support people […]

Holden is taking on Mardi Gras in the greatest way

Holden Sydney Gay Lesbian Mardi Gras 'Mardi Cars', THE F

Holden Australia is this year taking-on the Sydney gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade down Oxford Street with its own motorcade of ‘Mardi Cars’ and hot muscled men to adorn them. You’d better turn-up. MORE: Score a fabulous night’s stay at the QT Sydney here The rainbow-painted utes will lead the parade carrying stars including US […]

PUMA is sending you to Tokyo!

People crossing a busy street with colorful signs in front of Shibuya 109 store during sunset in Tokyo, Japan. 2014. Artistic motion blur.

Platypus Shoes and Puma are making all sorts of sartorial magic for their customers at the moment, offering a seriously incredible deal for a lucky one. Along with Sneaker Freaker and Platypus Shoes, Puma is now offering one lucky sneaker-loving customer from anywhere, and their BFF, the shopping trip of a lifetime to the tune […]