The once-lively “Capital Life” column that Helen Musa used to write for the Canberra times has plumbed a new depth today, with arts editor Diana Streak taking the opportunity to devote 20 lines to the sale of a coastal property, someone’s “family beach house”. Streak uses the excuse that the property had a gallery attached some ten years ago. Oh, and she mistakenly refers to Bill Henson as “aged 79 and lives in Canberra” and “creates portraits with syringes”, rather than Richard Larter whom the story is actually about. If Streak concentrated on appropriate content for the column she might do a better proofreading job!
- Food & Wine