While Hollywood digs a good murder story, it pales in comparison to the love felt when it happens for real. What a town.
While the public is still debating on whether climate change exists, the actual experts are well beyond that question. I blame Leo DiCaprio and the plastic media rhetoric for this gap in our understanding.
A pioneering mind from NYU has decided to locate our missing free time. Compared to ten years ago, we have a lot less of it.
July 1 is Canada Day, and what better way to honour that wonderful place by highlighting some of their best writers. Plus, it’s handy information if you ever meet Trudeau.
Glow is as much about wrestling as Mad Men was about advertising. A black comedy that exposes not how far we’ve come, but how little we’ve changed.
The sound emanating from the town of Twin Peaks is abject criticism. So much so, that it has me wondering if the critics themselves have actually watched it.
Remaining true to your vision is a rare and precious thing. Miss Gray are two Australian artists who look to buck the trend, and continue to make music their way. The Miss Gray way.
As part of our Boomers series, we sat down with the peerless Toni Lamond to discuss the ills of today, what she’d teach her teenage self and the differences between the industry here and overseas.
All those hours binge-watching might actually have a use (beyond expanding your waistline) as Harvard is now offering an education in Game of Thrones. Yes, really.
Over the past 18 months, I’ve been inundated with 1,600 requests to perform in Miss Saigon. Yet still, as an Australian of Vietnamese descent, if you consider the industry whitewashed, I call it a tsunami.
Something slightly different this week, as we’re affording a look into the relationship of Charles and Allie Trippy. Through good times and bad. A life shared on Youtube.
With today being the day that Twin Peaks returns to television, I walked the actual streets of that fabled town to discover that the owls are not what they seem. And that you can merchandise everything.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program publishes Australian students mentored by TBS writers. Today, Giselle Atlas (11) takes umbrage with the media’s push for education against Disney. Let kids be kids.
The incomparable Bette Davis is the focus of our “Happy birthday, you’re…” treatment today. Just because someone has passed, that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate. Party?
It’s a tale as old as time, however, the much-lauded “gay moment” in Beauty and the Beast might not honour the writer of the original.
Long before Stephen King appropriated it, there was but one murderous clown. Si chiama Pagliacci. Welcome to the brutal embrace of Leoncavallo’s bloody masterpiece.
After a Youtube clip of an irate airline passenger went viral in spite of her medical condition, I’m wondering, not that we crossed the line, but if it actually exists.
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.
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?
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.
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.