High Road took the long road to become a TV show. Now it's bigger and better than ever.
A normal Saturday night for Baz Raghib is DJ-ing for a crowd of a few hundred.
Promoter promises a concert "unlike anything anyone has seen" at Western Springs tonight.
Six60 are about to play the biggest show of their careers. They call it a stepping stone.
Music festival service AWOP is as useless as a leaf blower, writes Chris Schulz.
Broods bounce back from some troubled times with an album full of snarky fun.
It's not just Kiwis forced to watch Air NZ's awful safety video. And that's a problem.
You'll reassess your addiction to social media after watching Fyre burn to the ground.
Sick of the Netflix scroll? Finding another streaming service could be the answer.
Rapper's fourth albums includes a few surprising twists and turns.
Hip-hop crooner's highly anticipated headlining show should have been a summer stunner.
Nicki Minaj became a marriage counsellor at her first Auckland show since 2012.
Snoop Dogg's first cookbook is full of ridiculously extravagant rappers' delights.
Kiwi chef Morgan McGlone lives and breathes fried chicken. So when's he bringing it home?
Cardi B's the biggest artist of 2018, and she's heading to Tauranga. How did that happen?
A few signs of wear and tear but Shihad are still rocking hard at 30.
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A new addition to Mount Manganui's cafe scene has raised the game in a big way.
Is the end of the world nigh? A Kiwi producer's new movie asks the question.
The latest installment of Tomb Raider is equal parts stunning and stupid.
Having trouble with a snoring partner or neighbourhood dog? Here's your solution.
Matching outfits, co-ordinated dance moves and an acoustic ballad. Get ready for chaos.
You can choose any character from the Marvel universe - but which one?
Forget about tuning in at 9pm on a Tuesday. These three want you to watch TV differently.
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Tom Scott's got a lot on his mind. He talks to Chris Schulz.
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Marc Martel's version of Somebody to Love is so good he made Celine Dion cry.
Wondering what to see at the film festival? Chris Schulz makes his picks.