There is no doubt that open world games are popular – the latest instalment of the critically acclaimed Zelda series is no exception, selling over 10 million copies worldwide in the first three days.
In over 30 countries LGBTIQ+ people would face imprisonment. Progress has been made but there is still a long way to go.
If your beer has no foam you could end up with terrible bloat.
Her music can be found on dad rock compilations and on the set lists at drag nights.
Drag is an ever-evolving art form, which has emerged from underground clubs to the spotlight.
Disgraced Australian entertainer and artist Rolf Harris has died at the age of 93.
The martini cocktail has existed in a number of guises throughout its ice cold, crisp life – including many questionable modern variations.
Even games with female protagonists had more dialogue from male characters.
Catherine II, holds a significant place in Russian history. The Great doesn’t pretend to adhere closely to the historical record.
There are a lot of similarities in Jewish and Indigenous experiences and values, but there are just as many differences.
There is something truly ineffable about art in its metaphysical otherness.
Hip hop’s swaggering braggadocio acts as a counterpoint to the Roy family’s rarefied worlds of high finance and plutocratic untouchability.
Tears of the Kingdom doesn’t hand hold, with the narrative full of abstract and surreal moments that keep players guessing.
The Venice Architecture Biennale has an African curator for the first time this year – and a shift in focus.
Whalebone is the colloquial English term for a material known as baleen. Baleen is not bone.
There is also a long history of using paedophilia and ideas about child grooming in homophobic and transphobic ways to oppose the recognition of the civil rights of LGBTIQA people.
Perth synth-metal band Voyager was voted ninth in the world at the 2023 Eurovisions. Was the keytar the secret to their success?
The backlash against Netflix’s documentary asks the question of how brands should take more responsibility when representing other cultures.
Sweden’s Loreen is now the second person to win Eurovision twice, the first woman to win twice, and the first LGBTQIA+ artist to win twice.
This Australian/UK coproduction tells a story which has received too little attention – but it overlooks some of the more difficult parts of Australia’s migrant history.