Vol. 136, No. 48 // 9 December 2017

December 8, 2017



Jingle Bell Rock

Music is a big part of Christmas, and there is no shortage of different types to enjoy. But they all have one thing in common: the way they bring us closer to each other—and to God.



Denzel Washington’s career still on message

It’s no easy task portraying an eccentric civil rights lawyer in the midst of a midlife crisis, but in the new film Roman J. Israel, Esq, Denzel Washington steps into these fictional shoes with ease.



Expecting the unexpected

I love everything about Christmas—the carols, the decorations in the shops, and looking at the lights on people’s homes. Weeks before, I like to pick up inexpensive things that I might use on our table or around the house.



Robyn Brown was a shy child who loved to sing in choirs but would never have sung on her own in front of a crowd. That was before she fell in love with jazz, as Julie Houghton writes.



The Young Messiah (M)

Rating: 3.5 / 5



[ album ] A Touch of Blue by Robyn Brown

[ album ] O Holy Night by Silvie Paladino

[ preview ] Rooks at Dusk by Chick Yuill


Keeping cool in the heat of anger

It’s normal to feel angry, but what happens when it gets out of control? Lyn Beasy* explains how to take control of anger in everyday life.



Family Food Fight: In the family way

Sibling and family rivalry is as old as the Bible itself, and it makes for entertaining television. But Channel Nine’s recent offering, Family Food Fight, put a twist on this familiar theme. 



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