Television's night of nights, the honour roll of the very best television has to offer, or simply a crapshoot that the studios, this year in particular, have started to cynically "game"? Depending on your perspective, the 66th annual Emmy Awards could be one of those, or all three.
Rupert Penry-Jones, sometimes described as “the thinking woman’s Hugh Grant”, is willing to contemplate the notion that he might be too good looking.
Fashionista Lizzie Renkert sends Daisy Dumas across the road to sample Pasta Emilia.
With Woody Allen's phenomenal work rate there will be slip-ups. But for Craig Mathieson this year's model is the director's worst effort, ever.
Great actresses have gained much more freedom since Lauren Bacall's day, but have their options, and their choices, really improved all that much?
We wondered at what point did your life begin to surpass your dreams?
Melbourne-born Geoffrey McGeachin has been a photographer in Australia and the US, and now teaches photography and writes fiction in Sydney.
TV personality and media commentator Ita Buttrose tells Kate Waterhouse about her career surprise, grandmother duties and where she got her fashion sense.
The Joel Edgerton thriller Felony is among the finest Australian films to come along this year.