With one foot already in the coffin, the current climate has only accelerated the inevitable for the journalism industry Continue reading Journalism in ruin: the downward slide to the death of democracy
The Black Lives Matter movement has fuelled aspects of healthy change in our society; however, does it warrant the panicked erasing of some of our favourite movies and shows? Continue reading Retrospective censorship of our films and television shows: why it’s dumb
One Direction fans are celebrating the bands 10-year anniversary today, so let us take a trip down 1D memory lane to remember some of the best years of Directioners’ lives. Continue reading One band, five boys, ten years: One Direction celebrate their 10-year anniversary today with fans begging for a reunion.
July 19 marks 25 years since Amy Heckerling’s 1995 Clueless became a timeless classic. Continue reading Clueless is celebrating its 25th anniversary, as if?
The rekindling of Adelaide’s nightlife means it’s back to the stage for our amateur musicians. Continue reading And the band plays on: How Adelaide’s amateur artists coped with COVID-19
The Art Gallery of South Australia’s Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Monster Theatres took an unanticipated turn when forced to shut down earlier this year, but how did the gallery continue this eerily relevant show and what’s it like to be back up and running? Continue reading Art Gallery of South Australia lost its crowd but gained a worldwide audience with Monster Theatres
Nick West’s trajectory as a musician has been far from certain, yet his most difficult experiences have inspired some of his best songwriting. Continue reading Setbacks to success: The musical journey of Nick West
The year 2020 marks anniversaries for some of the world’s most loved sitcoms, including How I Met Your Mother, The Office (US) and The Golden Girls. So, that begs the question – what is the greatest sitcom of all time? Continue reading Battle of the sitcoms
Exploring the effect COVID-19 has on individuals, Disruption Theatre’s ‘Mosaic’ is a celebration of strength in diversity despite isolation Continue reading Review: Disruption Theatre offers innovative live performance in ‘Mosaic’
60 years later and Psycho is still scaring it’s viewers and influencing the film industry. Continue reading Psycho’s 60th anniversary