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Criss Angel has cancelled his show for the first time in seven years to be with his ill son. The illusionist flew from Vegas to Australia after his 20-month-old boy Johnny Crisstopher Sarantakos was diagnosed acute lymphoblastic leukemia. The 47-year-old native Long Islander, whose real name is Christopher Nicholas Sarantakos, …

AUSSIE Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Robyn Lawley has shared an intimate photo of her post-baby stretch marks in a get-back against hurtful web bullies. The magazine’s first plus-sized model, who welcomed daughter Ripley in February with boyfriend Everest Schmidt, has spoken out after a gossip page falsely claimed she had …

AWARD-winning Australian filmmaker Jocelyn Moorhouse makes a triumphant return to the director’s chair with The Dressmaker. The adaptation of Rosalie Ham’s novel, which Moorhouse describes as a spaghetti western with a sewing machine, has already received widespread critical praise ahead of its national release on Thursday. The Dressmaker is Moorhouse’s …

Aerosmith frontman Steve Tyler has demanded that Donald Trump stop using the band’s song “Dream on” in his campaign. It’s the third time a rock musician has filed a lawsuit against Trump during his presidential campaign. Tyler has sent Trump a cease-and-desist letter, saying that the use of the song …

Last week, Auburn Deputy Mayor Salim Mehajer announced that he plans to ride the weird trajectory of his viral fame all the way to Kirribilli House, and given our fair nation’s revolving door policy when it comes to Prime Minsters, he may even get his wish. Thanks to the recent …

So, farewell, Henning Mankell, the creator of Kurt Wallander, the melancholy Swedish detective who has charmed millions on page and on screen with his gloomy reflections on life, corruption and immorality. “The fundamental driving force for me is to create a change in the world we live in… It’s about …

In Euripides’ The Bacchae, the women of Thebes have been driven into frenzy by the god Dionysus, who arrives in mortal guise to secure his cult and punish those who will not submit to his rites. In the mountains, the bacchants revel and rave, and the city’s king, a priggish …