New Zealand welcomed a steady stream of global stars in the "golden age" of touring entertainers.
The stars were out and on the stage to mark Pat Snoxell's 90th birthday.
Writer's suggestion Kiwi kids were the worst brought up in the world are taken seriously.
Centrepoint's first show of the year takes a step into the 1970s.
Female Kiwi singers will be celebrated in a new show by Manawatū band Quiet Storm.
Lesley Perkins' story began on New Year's Day 1920. Her NZ chapter began more than 50 years ago.
It can reflect a city's soul and capture its energy. Street art has come a long way.
Shakespeare is alive and well in this exploration of the historical Roman tragedy from 1607.
Our four-legged vacuum cleaners can hoover anything up, with disastrous results, writes Malcolm Anderson.
OPINION: Turns out Greer Berry's children aren't the only ones obsessed with the George Ezra earworm.
MEMORY LANE: The sun is out, smoking is healthy, and Ben-Hur is on the way.
After months of planning and rehearsing, Summer Shakespeare is set to open.
OPINION: Wayward performances and script ruin the yoke of Kiwi black comedy.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Don't forget about your friend on the back of the ute, just look at poor old Sid.
Claire Aramakutu felt the fear, but wrote a book anyway.
A new cabaret concept from Ian Harman brings out not just his alter ego, but his friends as well.
MEMORY LANE: Indian captain fumes about the Wellington cold, Jaws scares movie-goers and Manawatū women are encouraged to look sharp.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Working as a vet in Townsville was an adventure every day.
A Feilding woodworker has made a name out of using imperfect and blemished wood.
Memory Lane: A clearer picture of the people and processing at Elmar Studios takes shape.
A mother and daughter are practitioners of the same healing practice in different parts of the world.
MEMORY LANE: Photographic memory bank lacks a few vital details - names, places and events.
Andrea Hopkins believes in the power of dance as she makes her way through life with a shimmy and a shake.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Evil little demons can end up in all sorts of hiding places in your friend's fur.
Two Horowhenua artists decide to keep each other company in a new exhibition.
Every old advert has a back story, and a reward it seems, writes Tina White.
In the last of Carly Thomas' series on opening her large garden to the public, the day finally arrives.
PAWS AND CLAWS: Kittens and puppies can sometimes take all the energy for themselves.
Taylor-Jensen Fine Arts opens its changing exhibition programme for 2019 with an exhibition of naturalistic paintings by Jayeta Valentine.
Their garden has been 59 years in the making and Ngaire and Bruce Cheetham have enjoyed every minute.