A Broadsheet critique for between the sheets Sex and food are two of our biggest vices but flavoured condoms (or dingers if you want to use their proper name) have been considered a novelty, reserved for teenagers and the free bowls at the sexual health clinic for far too long. But I think 2017 is … Continue reading Dinger is served
"Journalism," George Orwell once said, "is printing what someone else does not want printed: everything else is public relations." If Orwell was right then John Safran's newly released book, Depends What You Mean by Extremist: Going Rogue With Australian Deplorables (Penguin, $29.95), is a damn fine piece of journalism. There's surely no shortage of fascists, anarchists, … Continue reading The Centre Cannot Hold: A Review of ‘Depends What You Mean by Extremist’
Exploring the NGV's latest Winter Masterpieces exhibition, Van Gogh and the Seasons
An instant noodle review, otherwise known as an insult to foodies everywhere.
Twilight recap and mini review That’s right, I’m tackling it. The mother of all teenage self insertion young adult novels. Twilight. Let’s get cracking. *** The novel begins with Bella Swan passive aggressively moving to live with her dad, Charlie, in the sodden butthole of the world, Forks. She’s sad and annoyed with this change, … Continue reading Twilight recap and mini review
An review about the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
A trailer for Marvel's The Defenders just dropped, and it's awesome.
In cricket there's room for both grafters and idols; when it comes to writing their stories, the differences are just as great as the way they play.
AU79 is Abbotsford's newest golden child. Artisan coffee roastery, patisserie and cafe, this beautiful plant-filled space is perfect for weekend brunch!
Fewer than 2000 people live in Clunes in western Victoria. Though you’d be forgiven for thinking otherwise during the first weekend of May when nearly 20,000 people descend on the tiny town for the Clunes Booktown Festival.