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REVIEW – The Last Of Us

Bowing Out With Glory by Tanysha Bolger With the PS4 announced at E3 to be released later this year, the last dash to the end of a brilliant seven years of gaming sent game developers into haywire.  Originally...
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REVIEW – 5 Seconds of Summer

By Melina Scarfo...Sydney pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer drew a large crowd to the Adelaide UniBar on Thursday night for the fourth date of the ‘Pants Down Tour’. Since their formation in December 2011, Luke Hemmings, Michael Clifford, Calum Hood and Ashton Irwin have gained a massive following online, released their debut EP and toured with One Direction. Quite impressive for a band who started by uploading covers to YouTube.

REVIEWS – Simon’s Top Ten Documentaries

Craving Some Knowledge? A documentary uses the technique of film to tell a non-fiction story. Usually their purpose is to document a point in history or in modern times, is used to intertwine investigative jou...

The Book Thief | Review

A Small But Noteworthy Note I realise I am about seven years late in reading 'The Book Thief', but I cannot express how truly beautiful it is. Historical fiction is a genre that incorporates history (to provid...

REVIEW – The Art Gallery of South Australia

A Car Maker's Icon Adelaide is a small city where history and culture collide at every corner.  Nestled amongst the fine imposing nineteenth century architecture of Adelaide’s leafy North Terrace is The Gall...

REVIEW – Bioshock Infinite

An Unforgettable Game You'll Play Over and Over Again In the first two Bioshocks, Ken Levine and his team of world creators set on the path of idealising and brining to life the city of Rapture - the city unde...

REVIEW – La Boheme Cocktail & Cabaret Bar

Adelaide's Hidden Gem In the heart of the city, there are various venues that capture the eye of a passer by - but La Boheme is a little different. Walking down Grote street opposite the central markets, you w...