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December, 2016

  • 5 December

    Review: NUDE | Art from the Tate Collection

    Standing in the spacious dark room, a heavenly light was beaming down on this glowing monumental sculpture. I took the time to let my eyes trail upon its smooth chiselled contours. My head kept tilting up and down as my eyes were following the rise and fall of its curves. …

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  • 5 December

    Review: Best Places to Snorkel in Sydney

    Summer is finally here at last! You know what that means? It’s time to spend endless days at the beach and work on your tan. For those you who love the water, then there’s lots you can do like swimming, surfing or kayaking. We are blessed that Sydney is covered …

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  • 5 December

    Author at 18: Get to Know Ambriehl Khalil (Interview)

    Meet the up and coming Ambriehl Khalil. Wrote the Young Adult and LGBT novel Coins In The Coffee Cup aged just 17. Signed to Pen Name Publishing and debuted the novel at 18. Now 20, she’s set to release her next book 1000 Paper Cuts in 2017. I luckily caught up with Ambriehl – …

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  • 5 December

    Review: A Life in the Theatre – Darlinghurst Theatre Company

    David Mamet’s ‘A Life in the Theatre,’ currently playing at the Eternity Playhouse as part of the Darlinghurst Theatre Company’s season, examines the challenges and rewards of a life committed to an industry that has both so much to offer, but simultaneously demands so much in return. Chronicling the experiences …

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November, 2016

  • 21 November

    Fully Sick

    So now, we’ve made it. Holidays here we come, no more uni for another year and full speed ahead to Christmas carols, mulled wine and bad dancing on NYE. Goodbye 2016! Except not quite, because as I type this I am lying in bed, sick from a mystery illness. I …

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  • 21 November

    What You NEED to Know Before Going to a Gig

    I went to see Shawn Mendes at Enmore earlier this month. A beyond incredible show btw. Surprisingly, it had one of the most intense mosh I’ve ever experienced… the pushing and shoving, fainting, bruises, unintentional groping, losing shoes, losing friends, a broken nose or two (yes, really), some people left …

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  • 17 November

    Seroukas Sermon: What Happened to democracy?

    Allow me to preface this with the fact that I am apolitical. That is not to say that I do not take an interest in politics — rather, I am neither left-wing nor right. I vote for which party serves my needs, and this decision oscillates with each election that …

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