In the 19th century there was a window of time where the plant world was an action adventure universe – explains author Elizabeth Gilbert in her latest book, and in Smith Journal volume 10.
To mark the video game fiction feature in the next print volume (out March 3!) we're hosting a screening of '80s sci-fi adventure The Last Starfighter at Golden Age Cinema in Sydney next week.
Today’s designers are about as likely to be solving the world’s problems as they are doodling logos. This event, the largest gathering of designers in the country, might be just what we need.
In the spirit of the 10 Things section in our printed mag, we’ve extended the concept online, starting with filmmaker, legend, and 'the pope of trash', John Waters.
Melbourne is a ‘United Nations City of Literature’. We’re not sure what that means, but we suspect the Wheeler Centre’s public lecture series has a lot to do with it.
The internet has changed how we read and write so enter the Digital Writers’ Festival, an event that explores "what happens when technology and the written word collide".
If constraints are opportunities, designing a good house for those with a low budget must be an architect’s dream. At least it was for the designers behind Rural Habitat.
With its beaches, blue skies and half the city on holiday: summer in Sydney is always a done deal. The annual Sydney Festival makes it even better with cultural events all over the city. Here's our hitlist.
Elvis fans, if you're worried you'll have to celebrate The King's birthday alone on January 8, head to Parkes in New South Wales where 18,000 other fans will be there to celebrate with you.
If the money, fame and admiration don't change them, then the drugs and paranoia almost always do.
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