Superstar entertainer Sir Elton John is following the Yellow Brick Road to Wellington.
How delicious it was to see storey-high letters blazing the word FEMINIST on stage at the MTV VMAs this week. When Beyonce performed her song
Were I a struggling novelist, shopping my manuscript around and praying to
Boyce Avenue Powerstation, Auckland You may not have heard of Boyce Avenue, but at some stage you have probably stumbled over one of their covers.
Comedian Joan Rivers is reportedly on life support after suffering a heart attack during throat surgery. TMZ, citing “sources”, said Rivers’ family would decide in the coming days whether to keep the 81-year-old on life support.
Steamy affairs, embarrassing one-night stands, epic love stories: these are things that capture our imagination. But often it’s the friendships that are more interesting
A generation ago, it was unthinkable that we might see magicians once again on prime-time television. The old rabbit-in-a-hat brigade were hardly cutting-edge entertainment.
Tracy Farr is an Australia-born writer who has lived in Wellington since 1996. Longlisted for the Miles Franklin Award, her debut novel was published last year; the fictional biography of Dame Lena Gaunt: musician, octogenarian, junkie.
Australian actress Jacki Weaver electrified audiences and revitalised her career in Animal Kingdom. She tells James Croot about moving from crime family matriarch to the magic of working on Woody Allen’s latest project.
Be the first to listen to Robert Plant’s new album, Lullaby And…The Ceaseless Roar before it will be released next Friday The album features 11 new recordings, nine of which are original songs written by Plant with his band, The Sensational Space Shifters.