Whether you’re trying too hard, or not trying enough, it seems that for as long as teenagers have been able to have their own interests, teenage girls have struggled to present themselves as truly authentic and be accepted for it.
In 2008 lead singer of The Seekers Judith Durham collaborated with a group of Australian identities, including First Nations identities, to write a new national anthem.
“You pay for the view.” The saying has been around for decades and is widely used by people who believe that when going to an eatery of some kind situated in a scenic place, then the food is typically bad. But is it?
Anthony Lister is an Australian Contemporary Artist from Brisbane, boasting collaborations with the likes of Grill’d Burgers, Vogue Australia, Mercedes Benz, Westfield, and Hermes.
Celebrity chef Kylie Kwong has recently been on a mission to bring attention to Sydney’s newest up-and-coming dining hub, Locomotive Street in South Eveleigh, as its ambassador.
From fat shaming to eating disorders, negative views of body images have grown significantly, creating other negative issues for the day-to-day life of teenagers.
Despite streaming services still being the preferred way for Australians to listen to music, vinyl sales continue to increase, with no signs of dropping any time soon.
Think back over the last five years. It may be easy to pick out significant events, but how many out of those 43,000 hours do you actually remember? The number isn’t likely to be high, but this isn’t a bad thing. The human memory filters out irrelevant and outdated information in order for us to […]
Written by @breakofdayfilms Chris Lawrence has been barbering for 2 and a half years at Tooth & Nail in Marrickville, Sydney. I first met Chris about 9 months ago. I’d had a bad haircut at another local barber and I was nervous about finding someone in my new home town who I could trust to […]
Created by Rufus Barr. Glenn Miller was the highest selling music artist during World War II, who gave it all up to entertain the Allied troops. On December 15, 1944, Glenn Miller disappeared on his way from England to Paris. This audio feature takes a look at what may have happened.