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Social Seen: Sydney does Melbourne Cup

Social Seen: Sydney does Melbourne Cup

Even with the torrential downpours, there was no place like Melbourne on Cup Day - but the next best thing was Barangaroo's Cup Day Festival.

  • by Amy Croffey

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From Russia with love, Masters of Modern Art from the Hermitage at AGNSW
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From Russia with love, Masters of Modern Art from the Hermitage at AGNSW

Regardless of what Canberra thinks of Vladimir Putin, or what he thinks of us, we can all agree on the merits of Matisse and Picasso.

  • by John McDonald
Toby Schmitz happily reunited with Judy Davis for miserable marriage

Toby Schmitz happily reunited with Judy Davis for miserable marriage

The first time Toby Schmitz was directed by acting great Judy Davis was in 2000 for Sydney Theatre Company's The School for Scandal.

  • by Nicole Elphick
What's on in Sydney from November 11 to 17: Dappled Cities, Mandy Patinkin and more

What's on in Sydney from November 11 to 17: Dappled Cities, Mandy Patinkin and more

From music with Dappled Cities at the Newtown Festival and Broadway hits with Mandy Patinkin and an exhibition by fashion illustrator Kerrie Hess, plus food festival Taste of Sydney Collective, we have your week in Sydney covered.

  • by Nicole Elphick
What's on in Sydney: November 4 to 10

What's on in Sydney: November 4 to 10

From comedy with Bossy Bottom Zoe Coombs Marr to a book launch with Maeve O'Meara, music with Sneaky Sound System and the opening of Spartacus, we have your week in Sydney covered.

  • by Nicole Elphick
Betty Grumble is a sex clown on a mission at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Betty Grumble is a sex clown on a mission at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Nudity, vulva variety, idealistic dancing and grumbling are just a few of the things audience members should expect in Sex Clown Saves the World.

  • by Nicole Elphick
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Julias Caesar's Kenneth Ransom on keeping Shakespeare relevant to modern politics

Julias Caesar's Kenneth Ransom on keeping Shakespeare relevant to modern politics

The actor can see timely parallels between the ruthless ambition of Shakespeare's characters and Trump's populism Canberra's leadership spills.

  • by Nicole Elphick
What's on in Sydney: October 28 to November 23

What's on in Sydney: October 28 to November 23

From a screening of classic film The Wizard of Oz, to new Australian musical Evie May and some spooky Halloween parties, we have your week in Sydney covered.

  • by Nicole Elphick
What's on in Sydney: October 21-27

What's on in Sydney: October 21-27

From garage sale bargains and the Marrickville Festival, to music with You Am I's Tim Rogers and the British Film Festival, we have your week in Sydney covered.

  • by Nicole Elphick
Zoe Carides "bares her soul" in self-penned tunes

Zoe Carides "bares her soul" in self-penned tunes

"I'm not going to go quietly. I still get around with hair that's probably too long and skirts that are probably too short, but hey, I don't care, I feel comfortable."

  • by NIcole Elphick
The real people who 'clean' Facebook content revealed in documentary
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The real people who 'clean' Facebook content revealed in documentary

In cramped cubicles in Manila, workers view tens of thousands of images daily - some of them traumatising.

  • by Jake Wilson