For those with an urge to know more about the people behind The West Australian and how they put it together, here is your chance to find out.
The West Live is a three-day exhibition that takes a journey through the newspaper complete with interactive experiences.
Tickets for the October 11-13 event went on sale on Saturday and will give the public a taste of the energy that goes into their daily newspaper.
Two pavilions at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre will be divided into seven sections with more than 80 exhibitors.
Four stages will host demonstrations including cooking with Rob Broadfield, photography workshops with Stephen Scourfield, cartoon classes with Dean Alston and meet and greets with the editors of WA's biggest newspaper.
Wine writer Ray Jordan will host exclusive wine masterclasses over the duration of The West Live and Liquor Barons will supply a wine tasting exhibition.
Channel 7 will be incorporated into the exhibition with Dr Harry Cooper talking on stage and answering questions from the audience and House Rules Perth contestants Jemma Blenkinsop and Ben Van Ryt will be there.Tickets from Ticketmaster or thewestlive.com.au cost between $15 and $30.