Well, the Oscars were god-awful until Warren Beatty gave the Best Picture award to the wrong movie. What else did you miss? Well…quite a bit.
After a recent study discovered that 56% of applicants were caught lying on their resume, I’ve decided to take it to the other extreme.
The world of poker is a strange place, one where great elation and great tragedy walk hand-in-hand through the busy intersection of chance and fate. But what of those who play it for a living?
An ode to unrequited love penned by an artist suffering from schizophrenia. Daniel Johnston’s romantic epic is hopeful without holding out hope. Grand work.
Social commentator, novelist, orator. With the doco based on him now in the Oscars discussion, why not get better acquainted with James Baldwin.
A glance at the wrist tells us that the brunching hour is upon us. We caught up with the aesthetically astute taste dynamo @BrunchBoys about the importance of quality content, and also brunch.
Disagreeing with someone on the Internet is the entire reason there is an Internet, right? Well, after surviving this tale, you’ll never criticise again.
With the gobsmacking news that a string of Earth-like planets has been discovered, it seems that scientists have already launched ships in their direction – with rather spurious reasons why.
In their attempt to create fire from smoke, it seems that the NSW Police and mainstream media have apparently missed the point in their judgement of a Grand Theft Auto mod.
Recent study shows listening to hip-hop unlocks creative part of brain, lowers boundaries that say “no”. Do we subscribe to this theory? Yeeeeaaahh, bbbooooyyyeeeee!
Welcome back to #200SadSongs. This week, Aussie rockers Jet take us away from romantic heartbreak and to family tragedy with “Timothy”, the haunting close to their debut album.
“Swing Time” tackles female friendship, motherhood and celebrity, however it is author Zadie Smith’s keen eye for the human condition that will make it a classic.
You may not know the name, but you’ve definitely heard of him: Ennio Morricone has scored the most iconic films of our time, and today he’s soundtracking your breakfast. Lucky you.
With the tiny kitchen trend far from stale (thank you, Katy Perry), I think it’s time we look at what we created – in abject horror. Make the tiny pain stop.
HyuneeEats has two loves: the South Korean food movement “mukbang”, and making videos about it. Hope this doesn’t spoil your loathsome sandwich from home.
The rise of Trump raises an important question. If you happened to be a dictator, how would you design your office? Well, there’s some important design basics you should be aware of.
If there’s a day for the use of large words to impress people, surely Valentine’s Day is it. Time to hook bae with the length of your perspicacity, yeah?
Finally, an app that matches disgruntled singles, not based on shared values but on mutual distain. “Hater” is looking pretty enticing – at least, to those not too bitter to entertain such technology.
The collective roargasm described by the press gallery post-Turnbull’s volcanic QT spasm was done so in a lazy pursuit of headline, and sans the proper objectiveness.
Welcome back to #200SadSongs where this week, the reliable melancholy is replaced with Bananarama’s hyper-coloured upbeat, but all-in-all heartbreaking banger, “I Want You Back”.
Roanna Gonsalves’ book of short stories is a brilliant chronicle of migrant experiences, but is it better or worse for being limited to one tiny subset of the Indian community?
The Big Smoke chats to @AnnePrettyness to steal some beauty hacks and get insight into standing out, using simple but outside-the-box makeup techniques.