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Review: Glitterbug by The Wombats

The Wombats most recent album and some of their best work, Glitterbug, is aptly named, encompassing the overall feeling of the songs. Since forming, the usually indie rock band have taken on a persona of not taking anything too seriously. However, whilst listening to their new material we are led to believe that this is no longer the case. The […]

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The Empire Strips Back: A Star Wars Burlesque Parody

I’ve attended a fair few burlesque shows, from local Sydney to the height of culture in Paris, France. Nothing has blown me away nor made my face ache from smiling so much quite like The Empire Strips Back. The Empire Strips Back is a Star Wars parody burlesque show that has toured across Australia and […]

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Q&A with Janet Jackson dancer Alexandra Carson

Her. ?: @solaimanfazel #aussiesinla A photo posted by Carsondaily. (@alexandra11) on May 8, 2016 at 6:52pm PDT   After years of sweat, hard work, and a whole lot of determination, Canberra hip-hop dancer Alexandra Carson last year booked herself a spot as one of Janet Jackson’s back-up dancers in her Unbreakable World Tour. The 24-year-old, […]

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10,000 Miles at The Q

One show only, Queanbeyan. National Youth Dance Company of Scotland + Quantum Leap (#CBR) — QL2 Dance (@QL2dance) March 24, 2016 For one night only on Sunday April 17, Canberra dance school QL2 Dance (Quantum Leap) in collaboration with the National Youth Dance Company of Scotland presented 10,000 Miles, a contemporary triple bill […]

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Getting Real About Illicit Drug Use at EDM Festivals

The electronic dance music (EDM) business, propelled by large scale music festivals, has grown to an estimated worth of $4.5 billion, […]

Acting for Change: by a Syrian, for the Syrians

By Laura Clements Evenings in the streets of Amman are especially pleasant during the summer months. A bit less so […]

Risking his life for his health

Fares Yousef Ahmed is a 21-year-old student at Qatar University. He is slight, at 57kg, but he hasn’t always been. […]

Q&A With Rami Sultan

Meet Rami Sultan. His huge smile and positive outlook are the first thing you will notice. Rami grew up in […]

Laith Mofleh, Gaza Refugee Camp Volunteer

To Australian audiences, refugee success stories are usually framed by the generous efforts of Westerners in a foreign country. They travel to the country in […]

Walking the talk: it’s not over for Beki Smith

Beki Smith doing the hard training yards along Lake Burley Griffin Source: Instagram/Beki Smith By Rochelle Riley Beki Smith was ready […]

I Heard It Through The Grape Vine

Wine making, to wine connoisseurs, has always been known as an art form. The wine making industry has evolved from […]