The Wayne County Fair in the US state of Pennsylvania already has its share of attractions, from GET-R-DONE Lawnmower racing to Rosaire’s Royal Racing Pigs. Now it also has its own viral superstar in the boy who has become known as the “apparently kid”.
After the concert, Ashley Brown spent the night in his hotel room fretting, nervously parting the curtains each time a car idled outside his window. He expected to see men in dark coats silently tread inside to take him and his band mates away
Twelve minutes. It’s not a long time, is it Long enough to boil bronze-extruded spaghetti, send a few emails – or ensure that, like the Mounties, you will always get your man
Dreams of launching pirate radio in Auckland made a breakthrough once the station was able to be broadcast out on the water. “The key moment was getting a boat,” explains David Gapes, one of a group of men in their 20s who, in 1966, defied the New Zealand government and launched a pirate radio station in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf.
American Sol LeWitt has been called one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. Ahead of a documentary on the artist this week in the New Zealand International Film Festival, John McDonald saw the some of his works in Sydney
This week Christchurch band Doprah was announced as the “Next Big Sound” on Billboard.
Cast even a casual eye over the entertainment news circuit and you could be forgiven for thinking that Katherine Heigl was the only “difficult” person in Hollywood. Yes, in a town filled with prima donnas, wildly unchecked egos, drug fiends and general lunacy, evidently Heigl’s transgressions are so immense that it’s still open season on the sometime rom-com queen, who this week finds herself front and centre in another screed about the evils of Katherine Heigl.
A Kiwi band has created a stir with its colourful new music video inspired by Japanese pop culture. Christchurch duo Doprah, comprised of Steven Marr and Indira Force, premiered their video for Stranger People in the United States on SPIN Magazine’s website on June 25.
The seasonal gods having rammed home the point that it’s well and truly winter, we can once again cheer up in the face of the expertly curated New Zealand International Film Festival which begins in Auckland this week, before making its annual expedition around the country. Here are some of the treats in store
The Young New Zealander of the Year is tapping a bright orange nail against her cut-off jeans. “It was pretty cool; I mean, it wasn’t all magical