Amore and magic!

We walked the red carpet and had VIP seats this week at two very different and exciting events! Lavazza Italian Film Festival 2016 launches in style Wow! Does the Lavazza Italian Film Festival know how to throw a party!   We were invited […]

Ten questions for Nelle

Brisbane actor and shake & stir Artistic Director Nelle Lee is about to take to the stage in Tequila Mockingbird. We put the spotlight on her! Have you always been ‘dramatic’ from a young age? I have always loved performing. I think […]

Operation ‘Use It Up!’

A few weeks ago I dug into the pantry looking for some vanilla paste and somewhere in the middle of pulling everything out onto the countertop, I realised I had a problem. There was a LOT of stuff in that pantry – […]

Carolina Kitchen = Happy BBQ Zombies

In a recent post I spoke about baking a housewarming present for a party hostess I didn’t know very well. We were merely acquaintances, but when I discovered the catering chosen for the party I knew that this was a woman I […]

Downward dog anyone?

When a star All Blacks player—Beauden  Barrett ( number 10)—is crediting yoga for his recent sensational form, you realise it must work some magic. Once thought of as a little alternative and a bit of a soft option in the exercise world, […]

Northside Conversations: meet David Gillespie

Don’t miss this entertaining presentation including morning tea. Seats are strictly limited. Presented by She Brisbane and Northside Meetings, join David for a conversation about being taken seriously as a lawyer who likes to tread on the toes of other professionals, being […]

Married? Then you must resign

It’s hard to imagine today that you would have had to resign your job once you got married. But, after all, you do now have a man to provide for you and family duties pending. Off you go and live happily ever […]

Over thinking and other vices

When people first meet me I think that the general consensus is that I am a pretty outgoing, confident person who makes conversation easily and feels at ease being in different situations. This is true somewhat of the time, particularly when I’m […]

Letters from home

I opened the box today – it had broccoli written on the side, so it was different to the usual cardboard shoe box that most people store their memories in.  Perhaps it once kept the broccoli fresh and in shape! It was […]

A girl, a ghost, and the many faces of Hanako

I was excited to attend the world premiere of Hanako: Desire & other Secret Weapons created by talented Brisbane team, Katherine Lyall-Watson (read our previous interview with Katherine – here) and Caroline Dunphy. It was inspired by Japanese plays, contemporary culture including […]

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