SARAH THOMAS 11:45pm Check out what's on in town this weekend.
DAVID PRESTIPINO Beer tasting
Sean Wilson and Tara Kenny Rock, jazz, theatre, circus and much more ... Melbourne to buzz with many and varied activities.
Richard Cornish This vibrant city in Melbourne's east is a cultural melting pot which blends Indian and Afghan influences and loves to celebrate its rural past and architectural heritage.
SARAH THOMAS From quizzes to gossip and crafting bow ties, this comedian has an interesting take on his weekends.
Richard Cornish From the beautiful Briar Hill to the glorious Clyde Park, there is much to enjoy in this sparsely populated part of Victoria.
From Australian thriller Son of a Gun to Bell Shakespeare's Henry V and the Marrickville Festival, we have the week covered.
LOUISE RUGENDYKE A morning run followed by a spin on the flying saucer at Luna Park and an evening at the theatre, makes for a perfect weekend for this film buff.
LOUISE RUGENDYKE Finding sunny spots in Darlinghurst and a sneaky gelato at night make for the perfect weekend for this dancer.
ANNABEL ROSS Three girls who began to make music in Grade Two, are still in shock about hearing their sound played on the radio twice.
Dave O'Neil You think something wonderful is happening in your neighbourhood but it all turns out to be nothing more than a set for a TV show.
CANDICE BARNES It has been a year since brother-sister pop duo Broods released their breakthrough single Bridges – and it seems the pair has wasted no time in building its overseas fanbase.
CANDICE BARNES Many artists strive for decades to secure an exhibition at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, but local youngster Tristan Goldsmith has already achieved his goal – and he’s just nine years old.
Sean Wilson and Tara Kenny Action or contemplation, culinary or aural feasts - it's all covered this week.
Richard Cornish Morwell's pleasures range from the art showcase of Latrobe Regional Gallery to bush excursions and scenic flights.
From the thrills of Gone Girl to the sounds of Stephen Sondheim and the tastes of Good Food Month, we have your week covered.
LOUISE RUGENDYKE From 'saucy' trips away to personally programmed movie marathons, this festivals manager likes to keep her weekends interesting.
ANNABEL ROSS It might be worth wearing your dancing shoes to work this Wednesday if your morning commute is in the vicinity of Federation Square.
Mik Grigg It doesn't matter so much today, you still have that grand final. But then the weekend will come ... and there's no footy. Months and months of no footy yawn before you.
Dan Rule ROBERT HAGUE: CRUSH
ANNABEL ROSS Home. It's a concept that means different things to different people, an idea that is not necessarily about geography, but a sense of belonging, comfort and safety.
LOUISE RUGENDYKE For the man behind Monkey, nothing beats time by the water and an afternoon at the movies.
Stephanie Marks Queen Victoria Market will be transformed into an amplified hub of live music to showcase an all-Melbourne line-up for opening night of Melbourne Music Week on Friday, November 14.
Mik Grigg If the shoe fits on Father's Day
CANDICE BARNES It’s one of the most ambiguous job titles in the entertainment industry, but for the right price, you could land yourself an executive producer credit on an upcoming Australian film.
ANDREW TAYLOR Its scenes of human defecation, anal penetration and animal disembowelment have divided and disgusted critics. Its six-hour length has tested the patience of fans.
From Joel Edgerton's new film, Felony, to Salmon Rushdie and Pussy Riot at the Opera House, we have the week covered.
LOUISE RUGENDYKE For this former So You Think You Can Dance Australia judge and choreographer, an egg and bacon roll on a Saturday morning can't be beat.
ELISSA GRIESSER I wanted to share something awesome I found online recently that relates perfectly to my youngest son, who's just about to turn four.
Rhys Muldoon Your faithful correspondent is writing this column in Venice, an almost unforgivable crime, I know.
DAVID PRESTIPINO When you think of great Australian inventions, the usual suspects come to mind - Vegemite, sheep shearers, Stubbies, the bionic ear, sheep shearers, dual-flush dunnies, budgie smugglers, zinc cream, Uggboots, the winged keel.
CANDICE BARNES It looks like Perth-based bachelor Blake Garvey could well be packing his bags in pursuit of love, after Western Australia’s final contestant on The Bachelor Australia was shown the door on Wednesday night.
CANDICE BARNES The lineup for next year’s Soundwave festival has been unveiled, though it seems Perth rock music fans will have to fork out for an airfare to see their favourite artists live.
CANDICE BARNES It's an internet phenomenon sweeping the world and now the ‘ice bucket challenge’ has landed on our shores.
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To celebrate the release of Predestination, Pinnacle Films is offering WAtoday readers the chance to win one of 20 double passes.
CANDICE BARNES Another local film is making waves overseas, with black comedy Kill Me Three Times slated to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
CANDICE BARNES She may have inadvertently revealed her reality television fate through an Instagram post, but it seems Alana Wilkie’s beau has also been flaunting their new relationship online.
CANDICE BARNES A host of Australian bands will take to the stage alongside international acts at next year’s Southbound festival.
CANDICE BARNES They waited for several hours, but Lady Gaga fans were rewarded with plenty of face time when the star landed in Perth on Sunday.
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Lady Gaga arrived in Perth on Sunday ahead of the first show of her Australian tour at Perth Arena on Wednesday. She wowed fans by stopping to sign autographs and have photos with them outside Perth's Crown Metropol Hotel.
Sean Wilson and Tara Kenny Event listings for 16th August
CANDICE BARNES "Crank it up, roll the windows down, go fast." That was how Isaac Hanson described the first track, titled Fired Up, from the band’s new album Anthem.
CANDICE BARNES Eating well has never seemed so hard. Paleo, organic, gluten-free, low-carb, calorie neutral - all complicated buzzwords favoured by the health food industry.
CANDICE BARNES Bodybuilding often conjures images of oversized meatheads and she-hulks grunting and hogging all of the good equipment at the gym - not anymore.
Love delivered the songs the fans wanted to hear with gusto, singing a number of her earlier hits before lending her gravelly vocals to her more recent releases. All photos: Court McAllister.
CANDICE BARNES Navigating the ebbs and flows of the entertainment industry is no mean feat, but it’s something Tom Gleisner has managed to do for the best part of two decades.
CANDICE BARNES The future of Fremantle’s Fly By Night Musicians’ Club is hanging in the balance after it failed to secure a renewed lease of its historic premises.
CANDICE BARNES The state’s best hotels were recognised at a New Orleans-themed gala event at Crown Perth on Monday night.
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Gym junkies, fitness freaks and wellness warriors will find themselves in healthy living heaven this weekend when the Fitness Show WA returns to the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre.
CANDICE BARNES It’s been eight years in the making, but finally the Northbridge Brewing Company is open for business.
CANDICE BARNES Dozens of Perth restaurants have committed to exclusively use produce from humane sources, as part of an Australian-first program launched in the Swan Valley.
ELISSA GRIESSER My friend Diane has a special place in her heart for the Miracle Babies Foundation.
GEORGE PALATHINGAL You join The Shortlist in unfamiliar territory. We are used to holding it together to talk to musicians who impress us – indeed, we’ve managed it on the several occasions we’ve spoken to one here with us, Tim “Urthboy” Levinson, also of the Herd.
CANDICE BARNES Walking into His Majesty's Theatre to see this much-anticipated production was an experience in itself. Incense wafted through the air, choral music played softly in the background and the audience took their seats in front of an impressive and imposing set.
PATRICK BEGLEY The people behind the museum's Jurassic Lounge parties have now set their sights on the aquarium.
CANDICE BARNES While some stars ignore the west coast on their ‘national’ tours (I’m looking at you, Rick Astley), Perth is preparing for an onslaught of international acts in the coming months.
CANDICE BARNES People working in television news are often asked two things - whether the presenters wear pants under the news desk (most of the time, they do) and how thick the makeup has to be.
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