The high priestess of suburban etiquette returns, this time offering a safe path around the smug fartknockery of an art exhibit.
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While today is International Take Your Dog to Work Day, it might be time for your beloved pooch to get a job. They’re no longer puppies, you know.
The NSW Labor Party’s leaderless operating model is beginning to attract attention from political parties worldwide. I think the Brits are borrowing it for Brexit.
Charlie Says is a picture that paints the Manson Family not in sensationalist hues, but rather in the monochrome of reality. The veil has been thrown considerably back.
With the news that LaMelo Ball is set to play for the Illawarra Hawks, it squarely places a family made famous by arrogant self-promotion in a town that hates it.
When Jon Stewart left television in 2015, he said he was tired of being angry for laughs. The rebirthed version is very serious and is forcing real change.
Once upon a time, I was the chauffeur of a lady of the British upper classes. It didn’t go well.
Because the world no longer makes sense, OJ Simpson is now on Twitter. Fortunately, he’s down for a bit of Q&A. Lord.
It’s all gone wrong for one social media influencer after her photoshoot at Fukushima was spoiled by massive doses of radiation.
In 1980, photographer Mike Emery saw a China that was unknown to the West. He was able to immortalise a time of renewal, re-examination and eventual rebirth.
Despite lobbying for an anti-vaccine centric bill, Jessica Biel is apparently not down with the movement. However, those who have already joined, are linked by one very important aspect.
While the release of the Avengers game was met with a dismissive huff, it may have dropped a massive spoiler regarding the Marvel Universe proper.
Today, “serial pest” Nelly Yoa fronted court in a Rolls Royce, flanked by actors posing as bodyguards. So who is he? He’s no-one. He’s everyone.
Joice NanKivell Loch is both the most decorated woman in this country, and probably someone you’ve never heard of. Shame on you, Australia.
To prove that cash moves everything around us, NASA is now opening up the International Space Station as a holiday destination.
To prove that the times of nonsense and division are not beyond us, an Anning Party candidate of questionable motivations has been recognised by the Queen.
Someone from the UK has created a pair of glasses that allows short people to see over tall people. As a short person, allow me to tell you where you can stick aforesaid glasses.
Donald Duck is a man (well, duck) of few children, less patience and zero pants. Today is he turns 85. Cheer up, mate.
Kristen Arnett’s book of the dead is a scintillating illumination of what we do when we lose those we love.
As the world faces replacement by our creations and ecological Armageddon, a new wave of sci-fi has emerged to document it.
Yeah, it’s been a bad week, but it gave the nation an excuse to validate our worst paranoias. Plus, the AFP respectfully rummaged through a journalist’s underwear drawer. Not all bad.
Pop music is certainly getting darker, as many artists are now writing about the realities of mental health.