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An end to the sea of cameras

Big name artists in the music industry begin to call for a ‘phones away’ policy at concerts. The obsession that people have with their phones...

Same, same but no different?

In a world where everyone is quietly trying to impress each other, it dawned on me when I recently spotted five young girls dotting...

Trolls Take Toll on Rose, Foreseeing Limited Success of Batwoman Casting

In a crossover event by CW in collaboration with DC, Batwoman's shoes will be filled by Aussie actress, Ruby Rose. For those of you that...

The Miseducation of Cameron Post review: an unexpected satire

How does one write satire, especially about a dark part of society that still continues to haunt its victims long after they escape it?...

Film review: Mission: Impossible – Fallout

5/5 Tom Cruise reprises his iconic role as Ethan Hunt in the new instalment of the Mission: Impossible film series. Being the sixth movie in...

Louis C.K’s return to comedy will mark the end of the...

It has been 9 months since Louis C.K promised to 'step back and take a long time to listen', after his admission of sexually...

Three adventure must reads

  Down Under - Bill Bryson (2000) Down Under is typical Bill Bryson brilliance packed with hilarity as he takes readers on a journey through the...

10 problems with Netflix’s new series “Insatiable”

Netflix has recently been known to bring out their fair share of cringeworthy movies and TV shows like The Kissing Booth and To All...

Bob Murphy’s Musings on Life, Vulnerability and His New Memoir

  Bob Murphy is one of the AFL’s most loved characters - he is charming, poetic and one-of-a-kind. Bob, the son of a former priest...

Anna Hoyle talks “absurdity and incongruity” in her latest paintings

"I enjoy the ridiculousness of making 'how to' books because few people refer to books these days when they want to make something."  Melbourne artist...