American style burgers, shakes, and more at this new venue in Grange.
A fascinating look at the vital inter-dependencies between we humans and all aspects of the natural world.
When we discovered that world-renowned cartoonist Tim Whyatt helped some random guy in the US to improve his sex life, we had to share the story...
Although this film appears to be haphazard it has a definite message: don’t be complacent.
Jodie Picoult's 25th novel looks at abortion in America, pro-choice vs anti-choice, but through the narrative of a hostage situation at an abortion clinic.
Part cookbook, part travel guide, celebrate the diversity of New York city with something sweet, something savoury and something soothing from one of the many cultures that thrive in the city.
Soon enough Australians will have a whole new range of superstores to choose from!
This is a moving true account of the incredible journey through mental illness and back by neuroscientist Barbara Lipska when she discovered she had three tumours on her brain.
Award-winning author, social commentator, and political activist, Barbara Ehrenreich, investigates how ‘wellness’ has replaced ‘health’ (ie not being sick), persuading us that we need to have regular check-ups and tests in spite of little or no scientific evidence to show there are any real benefits.
One in a series of illustrated children's books about inspirational women. In this edition, the highs and lows of Ella Fitzgerald's life and singing career are brought into focus to inspire young girls.
The size of people in the 'Lifeanddeathworld', written as one word, is dependent on how much money they have. To move from being the size of rats, the ‘littlepoor’ people need to accumulate ‘munmun’ which will allow them to Scale Up - perhaps becoming ‘middlepoor’.
Written and performed by Joanne Hartstone this cabaret show is fabulous – it’s entertaining, moving, amusing, has some great songs but more than anything it is thought provoking. There really was a woman who jumped off the Hollywood sign. Peg Entwistle jumped off the Hollywood sign in 1932. Although a successful performer on Broadway after less than a year in Los Angeles she was dead.
David Neiwart presents an eminently readable exploration of the rise of the Alternative Right in America, which culminated in the election of Donald Trump in 2016.
An enjoyable collection of previously published pieces from award-winning author and historian Don Watson, who is also a humourist and was Paul Keating’s speechwriter and biographer.
A children's activity book that explores the achievements of women through history, from Sacagawea, an American Indian in 1804, to Rosa Parks in 1955.
This show is a sequel to Eleanor’s Story: An American Girl in Hitler’s Germany and continues the story of Eleanor Ramrath Garner after she returns to America after 7 years in war torn Berlin. It is written and performed with great feeling by Eleanor’s granddaughter Ingrid Garner.
John Hinton is a talented performer, seamlessly changing character through body language and accents. For most of the time he portrays Marie Curie wearing a 19th century style black and glowing green dress – in honour of her discovery of radium.
It’s no surprise this one woman show, written and performed by Ingrid Garner, has won accolades and awards around the world. This is our review on this must see show.
The biography of Lisa Jura, Jewish a child prodigy as a pianist who lived a comfortable life in Vienna until the Nazis came to power in the 1930s.
A relaunch of Australian-born Gael Elton Mayo’s 1983 memoir who, at the age of 8, was sent away to school and never again lived at home with their parents.