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Reawakening Tragedy For Healing: A Review of SURAT-SURATNYA and MAY 1998

Two plays. Two monologues. Two real stories. One truth; corrupt governments can no longer hide their sins, and memory anRead Article

Fri 29 Dec 2023
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“Starry Nights, City Lights.” - A Comprehensive Review of Melbourne’s Lighting of The Tree

Recently, the Provocative Inklings (an emerging writing group aimed at writing pieces that spark thinking and a little bRead Article

Fri 29 Dec 2023
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Bloody Grass

Wed 01 Nov 2023
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Worth Its Weight in Gold

Wed 01 Nov 2023
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Swimming Through The In-Between

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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The Reinvention Era: A celebration of artists who innovated their sound and style

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Literature: The Bridge Between the Past and the Present

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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That Early Morning Tranquility

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Even Dante’s Got to Stand in Line

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Brick by Brick: The Need to Rebuild a Nation's History

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Make Them Nameless

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Mount Eerie Sings About Love, Death and Empty Paper Towel Rolls at Melbourne's Max Watt's

Thirty minutes later, Phil takes the stage. It’s just him, an electric guitar in his hands with a cord running back to hRead Article

Tue 24 Oct 2023
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Which BookTok Romance Novels are ACTUALLY Worth It?

Romance novel connoisseur Hayley sorts the trash from the treasure.Read Article

Tue 17 Oct 2023
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The American private equity giant buying up our local pubs

Have you noticed that something hasn’t quite been the same about your favourite pubs since the pandemic? Perhaps the pinRead Article

Wed 27 Sep 2023
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On Barbie's Journey to The Real World—And Mine

Tue 12 Sep 2023
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On Dreading Netflix's Upcoming Depp v. Heard Documentary

A few weeks ago, Netflix announced its new documentary, Depp vs. Heard, set to premiere later this month. The promises mRead Article

Tue 29 Aug 2023
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Equitable Contraceptive Responsibility: Pioneering Gender-Neutral Contraceptive Solutions

If it takes two to tango, why does only one have to suffer? There should be more safe and effective methods available foRead Article

Sat 26 Aug 2023
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Palatable Queerdom: 'Red, White & Royal Blue'

Sat 26 Aug 2023
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Budgeting Bootcamp: A Student’s Guide to Mindful Spending

What justifies inadequate dedication of thought to important commitments? Must you stand atop a mountain of communicableRead Article

Sat 26 Aug 2023
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FRANCES HA 10 years later: perhaps there is much more to adulthood.

As the Barbie (2023) wave swept over Australia, ACMI’s tribute to its director Greta Gerwig’s remarkable career from herRead Article

Sat 19 Aug 2023
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Beauty Myth-Busting in MONUMENT at Red Stitch

Developed through the INK playwright program and now in its world premiere season at Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre in St KiRead Article

Sat 19 Aug 2023
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EDITION SIX 'PHANTASMAGORIA' AVAILABLE NOW!

The harpsichords sound like skeletons. The wings of butterflies open and close like lungs. The trees are murdered for pianos. The dust in the abandoned antique store glows gently, as if made from the powdered skulls of fairies and changelings. Welcome to the weird and wonky world of Edition Six, Phantasmagoria. We bid you to tread carefully...

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