Tag: Ryan Grice

The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| June 26, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice AUSTRALIA in a capsule, Das auto ist gefickt, Brazilian birdwatch, Don’t eat cake, and Equality for US troops? November will see the opening of Australia’s first capsule hotel in Sydney, and the good news is it won’t be outrageously expensive. The new hotel, housed above the soon-to-be-built Century Bar will feature […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| June 12, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice 3DD is not what you think, Ed Sheeran sued for more than his absurd net worth, Why Australia is the most bad-ass country on Earth (Pt. 1), and Why Australia is the most bad-ass country on Earth (Pt.2)… Chef Peter Callahan, whom Martha Stewart claims invented the slider, has something new on his plate: dinner fresh from […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| June 6, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice THE trigger-happy Philippines, Merde L’Art (!), If you book them, they will come, and Do you smell what President Rock is cookin’? Winning by a landslide of votes last month, the Philippines new potty mouth President-elect Rodrigo Duterte has made clear his plan to offer financial rewards to law enforcement officers who execute […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| May 29, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice MAD MEN Sell Out, China Takes Transport to a New High, China Also Take Education to a New High, The New Arms Race, and How to Capitalise on an Opportunity.  If you love living in the past, and had done that vicariously through Don Draper and Peggy Olsen for the last nine years, […]

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Film Review: The Nice Guys

Film Review: The Nice Guys

| May 28, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice  Director: Shane Black Screenplay: Shane Black and Anthony Bagarozzi Cast: Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, Angourie Rice, Matt Bomer and Kim Basinger Synopsis: En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse), the world’s first mutant, comes out of a 3000+ year hibernation to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting earth and it’s up to the un-unified X-Men, young […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| May 22, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice AMERICA-TALK, no more Filet-O-Fish for NZ, Aussies need alco-gates, and migrating man-eating crocodiles are upon us… 2016 is a progressive time to be alive and it seems only right to be taking such radical steps forward as legally removing offensive racial terms such as ‘Negro’ and ‘Oriental’ from government vernacular. President […]

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Film Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

Film Review: X-Men: Apocalypse

| May 21, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice Director: Bryan Singer Screenplay: Simon Kinberg & Bryan Singer Cast: James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Oscar Isaac and Rose Byrne Synopsis: En Sabah Nur (Apocalypse), the world’s first mutant, comes out of a 3000+ year hibernation to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting earth and it’s up to the un-unified […]

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Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

Exhibition Preview: Sally Gabori Retrospective

| May 21, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice TW: This article may contain images and/or names of deceased persons. ART Has No Demographic… Retrospectives are inherently something of a double-edged sword in that you are able to appreciate an artist’s change and progression over time, but being in the presence of so many pieces that were only one part of […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| May 15, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice CHILDHOODS Ruined, Mack Daddy and Papa B, Oh Russia, Oh Chechnya, New Death in America? If you’re not prepared to lose your innocence at 8am on a Monday morning, stop reading now. In what was expected to be a relaxed fashion interview at the National Portrait Gallery in London on Thursday, […]

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The Weekly Wrap-Up

The Weekly Wrap-Up

| May 8, 2016

Words by Ryan Grice THE progress of humankind, it’s Doughnut Time, Big Brother Exists (And He’s Russian), 1800-SIMPSONS, and surprise sounds… There are some discoveries throughout history, both great and terrible, that the discoverer should probably have kept to themselves, for example: Oppenheimer’s team and their isotope separating, or Britney Spears and her music. The […]

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