Vol. 137, No. 12 // 24 March 2018

March 23, 2018



Salt and light in funny places 

This group of performers is determined to prove that producing great entertainment doesn’t have to come at cost of damaged lives.



A country and western duet

You probably haven’t heard of Russell Dickerson yet, but don’t worry—you will. He’s been heralded as country music’s ‘next big thing’ and peaked at #1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artist chart, but the truth is that the 30-year-old has been on this journey for most of his life.



Be specific, or be misunderstood

I had to pop into the supermarket the other day to purchase a few essential items to make a cheat’s version of birthday cake for my son’s special day. I collected a few decorating items to turn the pre-baked mud cake into a celebratory masterpiece, as well as a couple of unrelated objects.  



The Portrait of Molly Dean is former veterinarian Katherine Kovacic’s debut novel about the discovery of a painting that unearths an unsolved murder mystery in 1930s Melbourne. Katherine also trains dogs to ride skateboards and has an impressive family history in church music, writes Julie Houghton.



The kindness of strangers

Seeing Christ’s example in the kindness he received from Christians convinced Abolfazl Amiri (Kevin) he should find out more. 



C’est la vie! (M) 



[ book ] The Portrait of Molly Dean by Katherine Kovacic

[ book ] The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin



Trashing your tech treasures

Technology seems to become obsolete faster every day, but what do we do with our old devices?



A matter of perspective

Now that the dust has settled, and the Winter Olympics are over for another four years, we can turn our attention to far more important sports—well, perhaps to many Australians, anyway—and the approach of Aussie Rules season.


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