Bar pops up for sixth time

SUMMER nights will once again be filled with live music thanks to the return of the popular Kingston Arts Pop Up Bar for a sixth consecutive year. The newly renovated Kingston Arts courtyard in Moora...

Third Eye ‘Elbow Deep’ A Night of Tool

TOOL tribute act, “THIRD EYE’’ from Melbourne, Australia have been praised for not only the musical likeness of TOOL, but also for their re-creation of TOOL’s live show. The band incorporates breatht...

ELVIS – AN AMERICAN TRILOGY

The legendary Elvis Presley has been celebrated worldwide – he was one of the biggest and most important stars of the 20th Century pop culture. A cultural Icon who was often referred to as the ...

Australian Beach Games heads to Frankston

LOCK in your family for the Australia Day long weekend, January 26-28, and get down to the Frankston Waterfront where entry is free for a mammoth festival of live music, food trucks, sporting fun and...

Readers kept in suspense

THE top 10 books borrowed from Frankston libraries last year reveal local readers have a passion for suspense thrillers. Frankston Council revealed library members are thrill seekers when deciding to...

Elvis to hit Frankston

ELVIS is on the way to Frankston in the form of Ben Portsmouth, officially crowned the king of The King tribute singers by Elvis Presley Enterprises six years ago. Portsmouth, from Berkshire in the U...

Log lady carves art

WOMEN and chainsaws are not usually mentioned in the same sentence – except when the woman is chainsaw artist Angie Polglaze. The Hastings resident carves timber into eye-catching shapes and has won ...

BLUES AT THE BRIARS BACK FOR 2018

Fresh off the back of 2017’s epic festival, Blues At The Briars returns on February 24 for its sixth celebration of blues and roots music on the Peninsula. A combination of great music, amazing food ...

Big turnout expected for exhibition

THE Peninsula Woodturners Guild’s  “Woodturning in the Park” Exhibition will run from 18-23 January 2018 10am to 4pm each day. Entry is free, as is parking in the grounds of the McClelland Gallery an...

Sand sculptures tell tales

THANKFULLY it took less than 1001 nights to build the latest attraction on Frankston’s foreshore telling the tales of Aladdin, Sinbad the Sailor, Ali Baba and the forty thieves and other Arabian Nigh...