Righteous Rightie -290

September 2, 2016
Despite constant attempts to silence him, Righteous Rightie vows to keep speaking truth to ‘oppressed group’ power Dear RR –  I yearn for the old Australia, the one where a man could down 10 schooners […]

The Italian Connection

August 19, 2016
Growing up, I wanted to be Italian. I still do in some respect. My dad worked at an architectural firm in Leichhardt and he’d always come home with boxes of cannoli, packets of prosciutto, olives […]

Movies – 285

June 25, 2016
Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2016 The poster for this year’s Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival suggests we’re in for more Nordic Noir, or maybe a dose of existential angst. Both are there (The Pusher Trilogy, Absolution, […]

Latte Leftie – 285

June 24, 2016
Latte Leftie wonders when the Left will get over its juvenile hero-worshipping of the salt-of-the-earth working man Dear LL – What is it with hi-vis-vest-donning politicians and their long-running love affair with tradies? Surely anyone […]

Latte Leftie – 281

April 29, 2016
All that is required for another generation of bogans to be formed is that civilised men do nothing, argues Latte Leftie Dear LL: A decade ago I married a second-generation migrant of Eastern European stock. […]

Rant: What not to say on Mother’s Day

April 29, 2016
Mother’s Day is tricky and I’m not just talking about where to put the apostrophe. You see, I am not a mother. Mainly due to the fact that I do not have children. Yes, I am […]

What’s On – 281

April 29, 2016
A Man Walks Into A Bar David Greary’s internationally acclaimed play A Man Walks Into A Bar will premiere in Sydney this April. An absurdist comedy that will strike a chord with anyone who has […]

War for Leisure

April 14, 2016
Some people used to believe that war makes a man, thankfully you can now make your own wars with miniature men. Emma McConnell ventures into peaceful military-inspired hobbies. Miniature Wargaming This social hobby is perfect […]

Freedom from Youth

April 1, 2016
Age is still considered by many to be limiting, yet retirement often emerges as the most liberating period of life. Hannah Craft spoke to two Inner Westies who have embarked upon extraordinary journeys in their […]

What’s On – 279

April 1, 2016
12th Annual Sydney Comedy Festival It’s that time of year again – the Sydney Comedy festival is back, delivering over 200 comedic performances to have you clutching your sides and weeping with mirth. There are […]
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