Sharon M. Wolf’s ‘The Best Streets in the World’.

Every now and then I will invite a special guest to write about their five favourite streets (or places) in […]

Singer Songwriter Lisa Mitchell has still ‘So Much To Say’!

I am here today to talk about the very talented Lisa Mitchell. Last week she released her new album Warriors and […]

Sean Munger’s ‘The Best Streets in the World’.

My friend and fellow history blogger Robert Horvat has started a new series of features on his blog where he […]

Paul McCartney’s School of Rock

On October 8th, 2013, arguably my favourite Beatle, Paul McCartney, made a surprise visit to the Frank Sinatra School for […]

Amazing Women Who Inspire Us: Turia Pitt.

This weekend I will be watching with great interest the Hawaiian Ironman. The race itself, a test of endurance, mental […]

The Burning Blogger of Bedlam’s ‘The Best Streets in the World’.

Every now and then I will invite a special guest to write about their five favourite streets (or places) in […]

Forgeries, hoaxes and just plain humbug! (Part 1)

The Donation of Constantine (c.750-800) Some have called the Donation of Constantine the greatest forgery in history. For six centuries, […]

Henry Hopwood-Phillips’ ‘The Best Streets in the World’.

Today, I am honoured to have Henry Hopwood-Phillips, aka The Byzantine Ambassador, as my first guest in this brand new […]

Alexandre Cabanel’s The Birth of Venus (1863).

Inspiration often comes from my daily grind. I’ve said it many times before and today is no different. I bought […]

Degas: A New Vision at the National Gallery of Victoria.

Last week, I made my way to the National Gallery of Victoria, in Melbourne, to experience possibly a once in […]