How do you defeat an internet troll? Well according to one Facebook user, through cynicism and extreme persistence.
Lachlan R Dale caught Father John Misty’s performance at the Opera House and found the overt theatrics on display did not quite match the vulnerability of the album.
In her new segment, Loretta Barnard translates and explains opera’s greatest arias. First up, Puccini’s Nessun Dorma.
In response to Sarah Haynes’ speech that criticised her school, the Ravenswood School for Girls has penned an “official” response.
A week after the Paris attacks, actor Hugo Chiarella found himself performing through sobering parallels, causing him to re-examine the events.
What up, nerds. Regular readers of TBS know we all about readin’ the classic shizzle, but for those not in the book ‘hood, we’ve found Thug Notes.
The Intergalactic Empire (aided by Facebook user Kyle Shearrer) has invaded a loungeroom erect a Christmas Tree. The cheer is strong in this one.
Our favourite cream-faced loon Paris Portingale reckons that William Shakespeare definitely wrote all of his plays…if he didn’t, why are there so many statues of him around the place?
New TBS writer Lucy Barber-Hancock sets out to find, once and for all, where Australia’s art capital truly lies.
Roger Pugh explains that whenever he runs into the Queen his life seems to come to a complete standstill.
TBS chats to wordsmiths and amateur cricket hacks Messrs Higgins, Edwards and Perry, to explain their newly-released book, The Grade Cricketer.
TBS publisher Alexandra Tselios chats with Kinky Friedman – politician, country singer, raconteur and above all, a man without filter.
You call that a Jail? Ugur Nedim looks at the Indonesian government’s proposal of building a maximum security jail – staffed by Crocodiles.
Glen Falkenstein witnessed the finale of the colossal Hunger Games juggernaut and found it a fitting finale…albeit with some issues.
To survive today’s scorcher, we’ve travelled to Russia to find the coldest clips on Youtube. Positive mental attitude. We’re in Siberia.
Celebrated Youtube linguist Big Man Tyrone explains the complexities and many uses of that famous four-letter word. Strong language warning.
Media junkie Sam Blacker explains what is lost (and sometimes gained) when a TV series is adapted from one country to another.
Maciej Radny sends his deepest condolences to the supporters of the dearly departed Metro Screen, however, he felt that an opportunity to discuss the future of our local film industry was lost in the lamentations.
Finally. A used car salesman that doesn’t use his crippling mental problems as a business model. Thanks, Sane John!
Shia LaBeouf has done it again. He’s running a movie marathon of his own movies, featuring a live stream of him, watching himself.
Grant Spencer takes us deep into the void, trying to make sense of the self-destruction that has claimed great artists in the past.