RECIPE FOR HAPPINESS
As part of Fremantle's extremely talented and creative Gare family, Anna Gare and her siblings Sophie and Adam were a beloved fixture in our weekend entertainment routine in the Jam Tarts and Nansing Quartet. But there have always been many more strings to the bow of the talented Ms Gare.
Published: Scoop Magazine 051 Autumn Edition 2010
WHAT LIES BENEATH
At first glance, Helen Norton's paintings appear vibrant and lighthearted but look a little closer and it's clear there's more to them than meets the eye – much like the intriguing artist herself.
Published: Insite Magazine Winter 2005
DAY BY DAY
It's the biggest neonatal ward in the southern hemisphere, yet to most of us, King Edward memorial Hospital still remains a closed door. Sarah Szabo spends a day in the heart of it all.
Published: Scoop Magazine Summer 2008
Kids driving you crazy? Send in the supernanny. Wardrobe meltdown? Hire a personal stylist. Forgotten how to laugh? Dial H for a happiness coach. It seems there's nothing that someone else can't help you fix – for a price. But is all this outsourcing actually helping or have we gone too far?
Published: Scoop Magazine Summer 2006
THE NEW FOOD FIGHT
With children as young as six being diagnosed with eating disorders, it has never been more important for parents to be alert to the dangers, discovers Sarah Szabo.
Published: HBF Everyday Magazine Summer 2008
THE MOD SQUAD
Why waste a good youth cult on the young asks Sarah Szabo as she discovers Perth's re-emerging and redefined Mod scene, the epitome of the 60s youth movement.
Published: The West Magazine June 24, 2000
How Australian preppers are bugging out and hunkering down.
As global anxiety takes hold, an increasing number of people are preparing for the worst-case scenario
Published: The Guardian Online 2018
BLUEPRINTS FOR A GREENER PLANET
Going green may save money in the long term, but who will fund those first steps? and who will pay if we don't? Sarah Szabo looks at the cost of environmentally sustainable design, both to the hip pocket and the planet.
Published: Scoop home and design series, WA's best commercial designs 2009 annual
THE WOWHAUS MOVEMENT
From ‘hot' desks to sensuous storefronts, office and retail design is undergoing change as architects embrace the mantra that the customer (and office worker) is king.
Published: Insite Magazine Spring 2007
ART & MUSIC
SEASONAL SMORGASBORD CELEBRATES THE OUTDOORS
WA's physical attributes set the tone for the state's art agenda.
Published: The Weekend Australian Nov 7-8, 2009 (Special Report – culture and education)
Maybe there's something in the water, or perhaps it's just our geographical distance from mainstream influences. Whatever the cause, there is no doubt the nation is dancing to a distinctly West Australian beat. (Music feature on WA's best and brightest - John Butler, Little Birdie, The Waifs. )
Published: Scoop Magazine
What distinguishes a star artist in the making? Which art prizes carry the most weight? We talk to the experts to find out how and where to spot artistic promise.
Published: Insite Magazine (Homes, antiques, art) Winter 2008
Despite the introduction of photography in the mid-19 th century, portraiture has remained a medium close to our hearts, as the unrivalled fame of the Mona Lisa will attest.
Published: Insite Magazine
TWO_FISTED TALES; UP FOR THE COUNT
Rai Fazio is used to being in the media spotlight. However, recently it's not been for gym fires or alleged underworld tiffs, it's been for one of the most talked about feature film productions in WA's history. We step behind the ropes as Rai pulls on the gloves for the fight of his life.
Published: Scoop Magazine Autumn 2008