Blame game with trains

MELBOURNE’S railway system came to a standstill last week. Excessive temperatures that caused massive service cancellations, the blame game is in full force as to who bear’s most or any …


Gen Y views on Greek school

Thomas Andronas and a group of 20-somethings reflect on their experience at Greek school.


Glykeria here for Antipodes Festival

2009 is a big year for the Antipodes Festival


Summer reading

Reading is something to be encouraged, particularly when we are so obsessed by the immediacy of the digital world. We asked some of our contributors to recommend their favourite books …


A review of the concert by Andonis Psarandonis at the Regal Ballrrom in Melbourne in January 2009.

Cretan musician Psarandonis was in Australia as part of the All Tomorrow Parties series of concerts along Australia’s east coast. Chris Fotinopoulos reviews his concert


A Socratic attempt to redefine Woyzeck

Socratis Otto as Woyzeck possibly one of the most difficult roles yet.


Baghdatis on song in Open

Marcos Baghdatis produced a stunning performance to knock 23-seeded American Mardy Fish out of the Australian Open in their third round match on Friday night.


Twist of luck for university applicants

THE release of university offer results can make or break a student’s dreams. When 2008 Alphington Grammar Captain Elizabeth Voulgaris could not locate her name in the first round tertiary …


Pardon the last chance

HARRY’S legal team lodged a pardon application last Wednesday with the Thai royal palace. After his conviction on Monday 19 January to six years in prison, that was reduced to …


Greeks at home and abroad – the Spice year that was 2008

What a year it has been on the Greek entertainment front both here in Australia and all over the globe. Spice has had the privilege of attending numerous Greek nights …