International Jazz Day is upon us, so let the expertise of the local jazz scene explain why you should care about not just the day, but the art of arts.
Australian suburb names are funny. Australians going overseas and forcing our idiosyncracies on others is not. Well. Maybe it is. Lol?
In the modern age, people enter discussions rashly without prior research, which breeds misinformation. So how do you get out of it? Well…
Novelist, social commentator and drug addict Aldous Huxley had many great ideas. But is he the kind of person that you’d leave your kids around? The answer should be yes.
In today’s 200 Sad Songs, “Head Over Feet” is an earnestly hopeful number – and a departure for Alanis Morissette. It’s still about loss, though.
The perfect balance between writing, cast, liberal spreading of CG and a ludicrous budget represent the jewels of “The Crown”’s…uh, crown.
Very few artists allow you to travel back in time, but the warm charm of Al Bowlly instantly drags you back to the optimistic sepia blur of the 1920s.
My Pet Dinosaur is a beast that swims in the warm seas of nostalgia and calls the Blue Mountains home. Director Matt Drummond describes his creation
The Plastic Jesus is something circumstantial in your life, but something that you’d forever defend. Mine happens to be which corn chip brand is superior. And if you say Doritos, I will fight you.
We spoke with tattoo artisan Ben Kaye about using his craft as a conduit to tell the stories of others. That and the correct amount of fire one should use.
We spoke with pioneering musicians MISSGRAY about gleaning inspiration from the zenith of 1980s culture, and how they combine fashion with music.
Happy Easter! Our resident life coach/misanthrope has earnestly shared his sole recipe with us: alcoholic easter eggs. Might be a cry for help. Meh.
In 200 Sad Songs this week: Change Your Mind, an anti-love ode that focuses on the moments we reach out to that person we shouldn’t. The lesson here is, don’t.
Notable Marxist thinker Slavoj Žižek has come up with an alternate theory for the movie Titanic, claiming that the iceberg actually saved Jack and Rose from themselves.
Finally, a glitch in the system. Someone let an AI organise dinner, and the results are not good.
We spoke with Tori, the wandering eyes behind @WhereIsTori, a cavalcade of travel imagery, and the shenanigans that walk with it.
For many, Easter starts and ends with Jesus, but throughout history there are strangely similar holidays that predate it. So, it might behove one to climb down from your cross.
The land of the free and the home of the spurious lawsuit has a new hero, a man who looked to singlehandedly right injustice…in regards to imitation butter.
Flight has long become extremely safe, and therefore boring. But for those who opine for a simpler time of danger, there’s still plenty of brazen filth at 30,000 feet to be found.
Life is hard. Keeping your head above water often brings on the need for a nap. Fortunately, Life Hacks for the Dead shows us how to solve both. Except the debt part.
In 200 Sad Songs this week, “Poison Oak” tells of a friendship separated by death, which continues in the memory of the living. Mexico, heroin, warts and all.