Day: November 6, 2018

Photo Gallery: The Living End + West Thebarton – The Prince Band Room, St Kilda (05.11.18)

November 6, 2018

The Living End rolled into St. Kilda on Monday, for the second Victorian show of their Wunderbar tour. Joining the rock veterans on tour are Adelaide powerhouse West Thebarton. Our photographer Rebecca Houlden brings us all the highlights from the night.

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Photo Gallery: Supanova Adelaide 2018 with Ian Somerhalder, Christina Ricci and more

November 6, 2018

Another huge Supanova Pop Culture Expo rolled through Adelaide over the weekend, bringing with it some big names including Ian Somerhalder, John Barrowman, Christina Ricci and Dean Cain and a vast array of amazing cosplay outfits!  

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Hotel Review: Novotel Canberra is a refined yet playful gem in the heart of the capital

November 6, 2018

Sitting in the heart of our nation’s capital is the Novotel Canberra, a 7 floor hotel with incredibly spacious rooms that sits alongside Northbourne Avenue, which is currently being outfitted with a new light-rail service. It was a friendly and easy check in process as I arrived, though the playfulness of the lobby design (especially […]

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Track of the Day: Auður “Manískur” (2018)

November 6, 2018

Last week Icelandic R&B musician Auður released his new record Afsakanir, and despite the fact I cannot understand a single word of it, I can report that it’s absolutely beautiful stuff. Afsakanir, which Google reliably informs me translates to Excuses, features a host of collaborations with a number of up-and-coming Icelandic musicians, including Birnir, GDRN […]

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Book Review: Alice Nelson’s The Children’s House is a moving and poetic meditation on grief and motherhood

November 6, 2018

New York, 1997. Marina, an academic who has been working on a book about members of the Hasidic community meets Constance, a young Rwandan woman who has come to America after the genocide. Marina watches as Constance walks away from her young son as he has a tantrum in the street and is struck by […]

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Fresh, joyful and personal: A culinary voyage in the Cook Islands

November 6, 2018

Now more than ever, the Cook Islands are an accessible destination to soothe your cold, stressed-out city-oriented lives thanks to a new direct flight service to Australia. Of the Cook’s 15 islands, Rarotonga is its capital and largest island where we spent a week-long voyage. Enclosed by a continuous sky-blue lagoon full of fish and […]

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Games Review: Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4, 2018) is a once-in-a-generation experience

November 6, 2018

I don’t exactly know how one reviews a piece of media as expansive as Red Dead Redemption 2. To call it a game is the correct descriptor, but it also doesn’t feel like it quite encapsulates the enormity of what Rockstar have accomplished. Red Dead Redemption 2 is an open world Western set in the very […]

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