On my stereo this week: ‘Star City’ by Olympia.

Here in Australia, pop music is going through a new renaissance and in the forefront dominating the scene are an […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Cemetery’ by Missy Higgins.

There are some artists who have difficulty switching between genres or they simply just often choose to stay in a […]

Today in History: The Women’s March events take place in Washington and around the world.

Peaceful demonstration and the freedom of assembly are arguably one of the central principles established in most democratic countries around […]

On my stereo this week: ‘Warhol” by Lisa Mitchell.

Lisa Mitchell and her indie pop folk vibe and in particular her soft girly vocals hit an accord with me […]

Today in History: The Coronation of Elizabeth I.

Elizabeth’s rise to the throne of England may be likened to a roller coaster ride with its emotional highs and […]

The Beatles painting Images of a Woman, Tokyo, 1966.

Images of a Woman, also known as The Tokyo Painting is one of those rare Beatles memorabilia pieces that not many […]

History Painting: Ivan the Terrible and His Son by Ilya Repin, 1885.

Although the Grand Prince of Moscow, Ivan IV had already effectively ruled Russia since 1533, he decided to raise the […]

Today in History: High Speed World Record Attempt Ends in Tragedy.

Briton Donald Campbell lost his life doing what he loved best on January 4th 1967. He lost control of his […]

Ernest Hemingway: A man with nine lives.

Have you ever heard of the saying ‘a cat has nine lives’? Well, picture a cat that walks effortlessly along […]

The Paul is dead rumour.

I found myself, as I often do, looking over my vinyl collection of Beatles records the other day, in particularly […]