Country music’s saviour

Since winning Male Vocalist of the Year at the 2004 Country Music Awards, NZ-born Keith Urban has cemented his place as country’s best and brightest new star with a series of sell-out gigs. In March he sold out a three-night stand at Nashville’s renowned Ryman Auditorium  the first modern performer to do so in the venue’s history. “With nary a pause or misstep, Urban’s career trajectory, though at times a mite slow, has been ever skyward and shows no sign of peaking.”


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Jane Campion Cinema Appeals for Autistic Cipher

Jane Campion Cinema Appeals for Autistic Cipher

“In the complex, full-formed characters of Jane Campion’s cinema, I found connections with my own recent autism diagnosis,” Lexie Corbett writes in an article published by bi-monthly magazine, Little White Lies. “I…