In Air Reading

Airline magazines can be great while travelling. They’re perfect for the time when electronic devices must be stowed away during take off and landing. Air France Madame is one of the best. The bilingual magazine is so highly regarded that it made bureau favourite, Monocle magazine’s Travel Top 50 coming in at an impressive number […]

Well Well Well

Gwyneth Paltrow apparently didn’t know that Samuel L Jackson was in the MCU – one of the most popular series of films the world has ever seen. Perhaps she’s been spending too much time on being well.

Being Kept in the Dark

Keeping the window shades up during take off and landing is a fairly understandable position for an airline to take. It allows for passengers to see what’s going outside during the most risky activity on a flight – take off and landing. During long haul flights when sleep is the paramount consideration, the blinds then […]

The Pop You Don’t Stop

Age shall not weary Iggy Pop. Pop has always been a captivating dynamic performer ever since he’s days with The Stooges. Yet he also had a somewhat unsustainable lifestyle and those who saw him in the 1960s probably didn’t think he’ll still be at it 50 years later. He’s proved doubters very wrong as exemplified […]

In Your Language

To celebrate the United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages, radio station Double J has decided to shine a light on musicians who keep their traditional languages alive through their art. As part of Double J’s The J Files program they built a playlist called Songs In Language. Featuring arts such as Gurrumul, A Tribe […]

Rising to the Task

Now a much loved painting style, impressionism was initially maligned with the term itself coming from a satirical review from Louis Leroy after seeing Monet’s Impression, Sunrise. The now famed work has been exhibiting in Canberra along with some of the artist’s famous lily works. Various styles of the arts feature under appreciated artists that […]