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Submission: Cure For The Crash – The Buenos Aires Musical Underground Is Trapped In 2004.

Submission: Cure For The Crash – The Buenos Aires Musical Underground Is Trapped In 2004.

| August 10, 2015

Words by Brenton Clutterbuck I WAS introduced to the Buenos Aires musical underground by accident; this is nearly the only way to be introduced to the musical underground. I had come to Argentina as part of a writing project, meeting the members of a chaos worshipping religion called Discordianism. One of my Discordian contacts was Kokote […]

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Global Profile: The Three Most Crowded Islands On Earth

Global Profile: The Three Most Crowded Islands On Earth

| August 1, 2015

Words by Rachel Trevarthen WHEN you think of the most crowded islands on earth what comes to mind? Manhattan? Somewhere in China or India? The top three on this list are intriguing in that their geographical locations and cultural backgrounds are decidedly distinct. They range from quite large to unbelievably tiny and give a unique insight […]

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Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid

Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid

| August 1, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley HAVE you ever wanted to live in The Walking Dead? Well now you can with the launch of Scream Farm at the Gold Coast hitting soon. Set in the heart of a zombie outbreak, Scream Farm is staged as a treating facility for the infected. Thrill seekers can be expected to […]

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Bad Journalism Turns Cara Delevingne Interview Awkward

Bad Journalism Turns Cara Delevingne Interview Awkward

| July 31, 2015

Words By Jessica Testa AS an aspiring entertainment journalist, this interview breaks my heart. Somehow a local newscaster got the privilege to interview Cara Delevingne live on air about her new movie ‘Paper Towns’, and they completely ruined a great opportunity by asking strange questions and refusing to adjust to her sarcastic sense of humour. The […]

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A Close Shave For Brisbane Audiences: A Review Of Sweeney Todd

A Close Shave For Brisbane Audiences: A Review Of Sweeney Todd

| July 29, 2015

Words by Elodie Boal THE tale of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street jumped to fame after Tim Burton’s and Johnny Depp’s 2007 gothic rendition. Its dark and stylised gore has made it an interesting and peculiar choice for many theatres. And when choosing to perform such a play, naturally those involved steer towards […]

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Global Profile: Curaçao

Global Profile: Curaçao

| July 27, 2015

Words by Rachel Trevarthen WE can all probably think of that bright blue bottle of liqueur that sits on bar shelves, barely touched and only incorporated into the most outlandish of cocktails? Curaçao is its name and surprisingly it’s not just a liqueur. Curaçao liqueur (pronounced kewr-e-sow) is made on the so-named island from laraha citrus […]

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Becoming A #GIRLBOSS With Angel Christo

Becoming A #GIRLBOSS With Angel Christo

| July 25, 2015

Words by Elodie Boal FROM an early age, many of us dream about what we want to be when we grow up. Those inner desires lead us down a specific life path. For Angel Christo, her dream was to be a writer and so she started her career at a very young age. Now taking inspiration […]

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Broke In Brisbane: Where To Eat On The Cheap

Broke In Brisbane: Where To Eat On The Cheap

| July 20, 2015

Words by Emma Callaghan IT’S no secret I am useless at saving money. I am always down to my last few dollars at payday. Where does it all go? Gazing at my empty cupboard and permanently unkempt appearance- it’s not on clothes and grooming. However, looking at the wine bottles covering my bench and bin, and […]

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Hit Up The James St Food And Wine Trail

Hit Up The James St Food And Wine Trail

| July 20, 2015

Words by Emma Callaghan JAMES Street is known for being one of Brisbane’s most vibrant, cultural hubs. It’s known for it’s fashion, its culture and most importantly, its food and wine. Combining all these and more, James St Food & Wine Trail is here again from Thursday 30th July to Saturday 1st August. The three day […]

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Tingle All The Way

Tingle All The Way

| July 15, 2015

Words by Matt Huxley IN a perfect world Lush would have their Christmas products out all year round. But because life is tough, Lush only release them twice a year. Once at (duh) Christmas, and once in the gloriously incongruous Christmas in July. Meaning that plebs like me can have a Golden Wonder twice a year, […]

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