With Christmas almost here, we tasked the Finally Famous Book Club girls to endure some of the seasonal classics we all love, but they certainly don’t. Bah humbug.
As the average amount that Australians spend on gifts over Christmas climbs ever higher, we’re wondering if fewer gifts are the way forward. One study certainly thinks so.
Britt Stirrer, the NSW Branch Secretary of the Disruptive Services Union has been kind enough to share the letter he has just sent to Bill Shorten.
Alan Hollinghurst’s searing novel The Sparsholt Affair is a beast of many forms, where the words within shift with the changing eras the narrative flows through.
Sadly, pre-ordering has now become a fixture of the gaming experience. Call me a traditionalist, but I’d prefer a less buggy game over superfluous tat we don’t really need.
A circadian novel is one that follows their characters over a 24-hour period. It’s tough to produce, but when done correctly, the results are spectacular.
Christmas lunch is fast approaching. Don’t worry about the food that needs preparing, what you need is to prepare your small talk to endure it.
We all tend to lose our minds to the Christmas spirit each year, but the question is, does it physically alter our brain? Scientists in Denmark think it very well might.
‘Tis the season to be superfluous. Welcome to a very special investigation of the jingling bulltwang surrounding Christmas.
For far too long in this country, we’ve been subject to the ‘Good Bloke’ syndrome, where we mistakenly elevate the wrong people on the basis of our assumption. Barnaby Joyce is just the latest example.
Frank Rarely, our esteemed Fake News correspondent weighs in with 20 quick fixes that might see Malcolm last until Boxing Day.
The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a film of many aspects. Part horror, tragedy and comedy, the sum produces something entirely unique. Go see it.
Good news for atheist doctors everywhere, as a new law allows them to refuse to treat patients on the basis of their religion.
Those who are more generous are colloquially known to possess a larger heart. However, is there physiological evidence to back it up?
According to one study, the seasonal act of exchanging Christmas cards is not a selfless act, but rather, an opportunity to get ahead.
Welcome back the wrong side of the tracks. A place where eagles wear badges, Flamingo eggs are neon and the US President broke up with someone before they could break up with him.
According to a recent report, while some of us survived the insanity of peak Pokemon Go unscathed, others were not so lucky.
In her latest exclusive, Ivanka expresses her frustration that the only authoritative source likely to confirm her Dad’s standing as the Greatest US President Ever, is him.
America is a country fast reaching divisive apathy, however, Hanif Abdurraqib points to another way to heal, as they have before, through the power of music.
Abstract art is a wonderful form, beset by confusion. Sure, it looks good and all, but what exactly are we looking at? We tasked Anne Spencer to fill in the mental gaps.
As a longtime gamer, the excessive hand-holding and easy difficulty of modern-day releases grates me. Are you kidding me? Do you know how many wars I’ve seen?