What's inside Metro's March/April 2019 issue?by Metro
The March/April issue of Metro
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Honours have piled up for New Zealand Poet Laureate Selina Tusitala Marsh. The “Fast Talking PI” talks kickboxing, family, and performing for the Queen.
Prepare to be dazzled by the galaxy of local and international artists at the 2019 Auckland Arts Festival. Metro spots some of the brightest attractions.
Man on fire
Hungarian-born artist Peter Panyoczki, who escaped Eastern Europe as a small child, and came to New Zealand in the 90s, experienced déjà vu and inspiration during a residency in Russia.
The Korean Demilitarised Zone separates a nation of conspicuous consumption from one of labour camps and famine — and military might still bristles.
Top 50 wines
Metro’s Master of Wine selects the year’s most delicious options.
People to watch
Alt Group co-founder Dean Poole and musician Annabel Alpers.
Pacific cultural events are more than song and dance.
The view from Shortland St
National should focus on adding moderate-green votes to its own tally.
Lowbrow in Queen’s Rise and Andiamo in Herne Bay.
My life in clothes
Broadcaster/event director Ulalēmamae Te’evā Matāfai.
Rappers Church & AP on their nascent careers going into overdrive.
The Guerrilla Girls: art activism since the 80s.
Reviews of Destroyer, Celia, The Price of Everything and Daffodils.
Five new releases, including from Broods and Beat Rhythm Fashion.
A clever Carl Shuker novel; Kim Workman examines our treatment of prisoners; prose and verse collide in Gregory Kan’s second book.
A stunning dining experience isn’t just about food and wine. Water plays a big part too.Read more
Facebook came under fire for its response to the live-streaming of the Christchurch terror attack, but it's digital nudging that's also concerning.Read more
Countries around the world have put on a show of solidarity for the victims of the Christchurch terror attack.Read more
Ms Ardern pledged the day after the terrorist massacre that "gun laws will change" and would be announced within 10 days of the attack.Read more
There is not one specific mention of the threat posed by white supremacists or right-wing nationalism in 10 years of security agency documents.Read more