BY HEATHER MIDDLETON There is no such thing as a singular “Indigenous” identity. The diversity of life experiences and negotiation of identities can result in people of Aboriginal heritage having different degrees of engagement with our dominant western culture for families or individuals. The result is a mosaic. Engagement with one culture or another can […]
Jump in our time machine and head back 20 years to a time when Posh and Becks were king and queen of farshun, the Kardashians weren’t a thing, and the greatest catastrophe the world faced wasn’t climate catastrophe, but a bug only nerds understood, called Y2K. Kudos to time traveller Tim Samuel for this selection. […]
By Piaoqi Yu Recent research shows that Casimir Pulaski, who is one of the most famous generals in American Revolutionary War, has been identified to be intersex through DNA tests. Pulaski was known as the “Father of the American Cavalry”, but new evidence suggests that the general may not have been male even though he […]
Two views of Chinatown’s Covent Garden Hotel. Swipe to see the former hotel corner in 1871, and the same corner – with a different building – in 2019. Juxtapose by Gemma Davis, 2019 photo by Kitty McIntosh. Featured image: Danny H./Pixabay/CC
Ilan Harris asked some #humansofTAFE their tips for finding happiness. Featured image by Pixabay.
Heather Middleton tells Rob Nyffenegger about the labyrinth, an ancient therapy and meditation practice becoming more popular in Australia. (Spoiler: a labyrinth is NOT a maze …) Featured image by pxhere.com
Missed today’s show? It’s ok, we’ll be back here and on air next Friday at 11am with the #weird show. In the meantime, put on your headphones and spend some time with these tunes, compiled by Tim Samuel and Hannah Dunlop. Have an excellent weekend from all of us at Sydney TAFE Media and #RadioGaGa. […]
On a mission to dispel myths about new-wave pop music fans, Emily Vescio went straight to the source, interviewing LANY fans. She asked them why they travel around the world for their favourite band, and explains why they’re not crazy to do so. Em tweeted the story and it was picked up by lead singer […]
Thanks to Tim Samuel for today’s Earth-themed tunes.
WORDS AND VIDEO BY ROB NYFFENEGGER @robnyff The International Festival of Speed, an annual event held at Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek – celebrated its 14th Anniversary last weekend. Stace Van Wetering, 30, has been racing since 2013 and is competing in her first year as part of the RB Racing team. Stace really […]