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IT is a rare occurrence for me that while I am watching a film I forget that I am sitting in a cinema, observing projected images. more »
AFTER 25 years, “an eclectic, attractive film program is absolutely essential” in keeping the Alliance Francaise French Film Festival fresh and exciting for audiences, according to new Perth director Carine Bougnague. more »
ABOUT to embark on their biggest national tour to date, Jonathan Notley, more commonly known as MC Bliss of Bliss N ok Eso, said their upcoming show could be seen as more of a mini festival. more »
PIPE organist Dominic Perissinotto started his Pipe Organ Plus concert series with a determination to revolutionise how audiences viewed the instrument and on the eve of his 14th season, it seems the musician has been successful in his mission. more »
COMMUNITY theatre company ARENAarts celebrates the end of 25 years of drifting with a madcap stage version of the Sherlock Holmes classic The Hound of the Baskervilles. more »
A YOUNG dancer from Kelmscott has been announced as a nominee for The Australian Ballet’s highest honour – the Telstra Ballet Dancer Award. more »
AN Indian influence with a modern approach is what new kid on the culinary block Chik and Kent are hoping to bring Perth diners. more »
A DREAM of opening up a neighbourhood cafe in Subiaco four years ago has proven a success for The Little Pantry owner Aleks Kesic. more »
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Sarah Motherwell with this week's Dog Refuge update.