Arts & Culture

Book Review: Words Don’t Come Easy

Andrew Rumbles unearths a self-published kiwi talent. Author Miriam Saphira's story is one that inspires. Having worked in prisons she fought for child abuse to...

Reaching For The Moon – NZ International Film Festival 2014 Top Picks

The New Zealand International Film Festival 2014 has many a treat in store as it makes it’s way around Aotearoa.  express top pick | Reaching For The...

Book Preview – Feminine Lost Why Most Women Are Male

A fresh take on ‘Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus’ In her ground-breaking new book, Feminine Lost (Weinstein Books), author Jennifer Granger argues that...

Risque Cabaret at Matariki Festival 2014

Matariki is well underway! check out the fun you can have! Original club-kid of cabaret and "Māori Queen of Scots" (THE SCOTSMAN) Mika will use...

The Boys Are Back

Season 3 of the award winning gay web series, “Where The Bears Are,” will premiere online August 11. It’s “The Golden Girls” meets “Murder, She...

La Traviata opens with acclaim!

NZ Opera’s production of La Traviata opened in Auckland on 19 June to enthusiastic acclaim from a full house at the Aotea Centre. Verdi’s tale...

Any Day Now Wellington

The 2012 film “Any Day Now” is to get a limited theatrical release in Aotearoa. Set in the 1970’s the story revolves around Marco (Isaac...

Book Review: For Today I Am A Boy

A Chinese born Canadian author, Kim Fu now lives in Seattle. Her writing is very personal in that it tells of the tremendous efforts immigrants...

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