Yeah, that’s right, you heard me. Punctuation. This is going to be the longest of this series (by quite a margin), and really more of an optional read. You should still read it, though, you might learn something.
In 2012, when their youngest member was just 14 years old, Los Angeles–based band Cherri Bomb took on Australian music festival Soundwave, having already opened for top billing acts including The Smashing Pumpkins and Foo Fighters.
Upon visiting Melbourne’s Metanoia Theatre Space to experience Baker’s Dozen Theatre Company’s most recent production, Yellow Skies, I knew the show would be a success the moment I realised I forgot where I was.
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Recently I was approached about writing a theatre review for Yellow Skies, an original Australian production that premiered last Wednesday at the Metanoia Theatre in Melbourne. The play has been written, directed, and produced by some of the Arts Academy’s… Continue Reading →
Everybody loves Dwayne Johnson. He is probably one of the most fun-loving, charismatic leading men in Hollywood. Every movie could do with a little more of what The Rock is cooking. Imagine if The Rock played Superman’s best friend in… Continue Reading →
You’re smart, yeah? And you can hold, win or kill an argument in tutes? Your notes are super organised and (unlike mine) legible. So why are your essays coming back with Pass marks, not Distinctions? Two reasons: lack of an… Continue Reading →