Virat Nehru went to Nocturne and was enthralled. And seduced.
Forcing the beat is contrived, writes John Gooding.
Sydney University’s new mobile application has important features but fails in one key area, Honi Soit reports.
Two youths in their prime, Arcadian singers both of them, And equally keen to make up a verse, or match one. Such is the epigraph to The Ilex Tree, a collection of poems written by Les Murray and Geoffrey Lehmann. The collection was published in 1965, only a few years after the duo had finished…
Rob North, reports on how a forgotten game became a top hit three years after its inital release and why game mods should be encouraged
Before there were small bars, there was the Different Drummer,
writes Nick Rowbotham
Modern society may have brought us many useless things (Cheez Ballz, Being Lara Bingle, Rebecca Black), but the wacky and wondrous kitchen gadgets infiltrating our cooking adventures are not some of them. Here are some of the best!
The Dark Knight Rises, but not to new heights, writes Richard Withers
A thought-provoking but implausible tale, writes Jack D’Arcy.
Frank Ocean’s confession marks change in hip-hop’s sexuality, writes Victoria Lui.