• Still playing with dolls

    From the streets of New York to a remote campfire deep in the Northern Territory, ventriloquist David Strassman has faced some tough crowds. But even though he’s now a world-famous comedian, his toughest critic is still himself. Writer: Ben Cameron Ventriloquist visionary David Strassman should have been a stockbroker. After shelling out $90 for a [...]

  • Family Business With The Lot

    Everyone’s given a chance to contribute to the eclectic and evolving menu at Boris Murgers, and for family man Paul Morris it’s the only way to go. Writer: Sue Turpie – Photographer: David Field The eclectic menu at Boris Murgers is thanks to Paul Morris’ family and their passion for food. It’s only natural that [...]

  • Connecting The Dots

    Arkeria Rose Armstrong is one of Australia’s youngest Indigenous artists making waves in the art world with her powerful works, celebrating family and Country. Writer: Paula Hubert – Photographer: David Field When the Australian ambassador opened Arkeria Rose Armstrong’s first major exhibition at the Aboriginal Art Gallery in Rotterdam, he was so impressed that a [...]

  • Setting The Trend

    This spring, Bendigo is further cementing its reputation as a style centre for designers, with Toni Maticevski’s innovative exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery, Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee adding their unique splashes of colour to the Living Art Space, and the city’s own retailers and fashion students taking to the runway for Bendigo Fashion [...]

  • Tunnel Vision

    What lies beneath? Chances are it could be a vertical drop, the vestige of the early miners who worked Bendigo’s goldfields. Grab a rope, we’re going in. Writer: Sarah Harris – Photographer: David Field As a stonemason Raymond Shaw might be expected to have an affinity with the underground, but his compulsion goes way deeper [...]

Still playing with dolls

Still playing with dolls 0

From the streets of New York to a remote campfire deep in the Northern Territory, ventriloquist David Strassman has faced some tough crowds. But even though he’s now a world-famous comedian, his toughest critic is still himself. Writer: Ben Cameron Ventriloquist visionary David Strassman should have been a stockbroker. After shelling out $90 for a [...]

Family Business With The Lot

Family Business With The Lot 0

Everyone’s given a chance to contribute to the eclectic and evolving menu at Boris Murgers, and for family man Paul Morris it’s the only way to go. Writer: Sue Turpie – Photographer: David Field The eclectic menu at Boris Murgers is thanks to Paul Morris’ family and their passion for food. It’s only natural that [...]

Connecting The Dots

Connecting The Dots 0

Arkeria Rose Armstrong is one of Australia’s youngest Indigenous artists making waves in the art world with her powerful works, celebrating family and Country. Writer: Paula Hubert – Photographer: David Field When the Australian ambassador opened Arkeria Rose Armstrong’s first major exhibition at the Aboriginal Art Gallery in Rotterdam, he was so impressed that a [...]

Setting The Trend

Setting The Trend 0

This spring, Bendigo is further cementing its reputation as a style centre for designers, with Toni Maticevski’s innovative exhibition at the Bendigo Art Gallery, Linda Jackson and Jenny Kee adding their unique splashes of colour to the Living Art Space, and the city’s own retailers and fashion students taking to the runway for Bendigo Fashion [...]

Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision 0

What lies beneath? Chances are it could be a vertical drop, the vestige of the early miners who worked Bendigo’s goldfields. Grab a rope, we’re going in. Writer: Sarah Harris – Photographer: David Field As a stonemason Raymond Shaw might be expected to have an affinity with the underground, but his compulsion goes way deeper [...]