John Caruso discovers the history behind our summer ’19 cover and the bold, colourful images often displayed as nose-art on many bombers in the second world war.
It’s 1943 and the B-25 Mitchell bomber is flying sorties over the South Pacific against the Japanese. Cheekily displayed
They say a stitch in time saves nine, but for the Eumundi community, their stitches will help save the lives of local wildlife burned in the recent fires.
For two weeks, sewers and volunteers from Eumundi have gathered at the PlayShed to sew and knit mittens
Providing care and support for a loved one with a terminal illness is not something that most of us think about often. The ‘circle of life’ means we’ll all have to consider the options at some stage and if the cold, clinical, institutional operation of
Have you ever wondered how the great fashion designers and labels got started?
What if I told you that from humble beginnings at the Eumundi Markets, in the Noosa hinterland in Queensland, Dui Cameron has seen her colourful Boom Shankar fashion label grow into a super
Juan Ford is IN Noosa Magazine’s spring issue cover artist. We met at the official opening of Floating Land at Boreen Point. He went from studying engineering to the fine arts and his discipline and approach to creating his work are unique.
If you think life has dealt you a bad hand, then this next podcast is a must-listen for you. Helen Peel is a successful artist who’s known for her sense of colour and dedication to her work. She’s also the kind of person who no
Noosa prides itself as a foodie destination but are we looking after our chefs enough? Matt Golinski shares his insights into the pressure-cooker environment and a national program that is leading the conversation.
It’s 5.45 on Friday evening.
There’s about 100 people booked for dinner, and in
A famous songwriter once said, “life is what happens while you’re busy making other plans”. John Caruso meets a performer who’s been inspired and driven by the Liverpudlian who uttered those words many decades ago and discovers an album where domestic bliss forms the centrepiece