Vol. 137, No. 5 // 3 February 2018

February 2, 2018

 

FEATURE

SOL3 MIO: For the God who sings 

It’s family and faith, not a desire for fame, that lie at the heart of Kiwi band SOL3 MIO’s success, writes Julie Houghton.

 

CELEB BUZZ

You can say many things about Russell Brand, but you could never accuse him of being boring. The English comedian, actor, radio host, author, and activist has careened from controversy to controversy like a hyperactive pinball.

 

INNER LIFE

A new thing

I’m an avid traveller. There’s nothing I enjoy more than packing my suitcase (which I have down to an art form), swiftly moving past people at the terminal and hopping on an aeroplane. 

 

PROFILE

Concert pianist Arthur Athan has won countless awards in Australia and overseas. At just 25, this multi-talented musician is also a graduate lawyer and director of music at Donvale Presbyterian Church in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs, as Julie Houghton writes.

 

MY STORY

Always faithful

Even in the midst of illness and uncertainty, God has always been there for Barry Tippett and his family.

 

REVIEW

The Post (M)

 

MINI REVIEWS

[ film ] Darkest Hour

[ film ] Sweet Country

 

UPCYCLE

A milk bar of memories

They say that everything old is new again, and Callum Preston has proven this to be true with a quirky art installation of a ’90s milk bar, writes Jessica Morris.

 

COUCH POTATO

The Coronation: Crowns, carriages and class

Whether you are an ardent monarchist or a fervent republican, one fact is undeniable—crowns and those who wear them have been part of history since biblical times.

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