Exhibitions

Indoor Laneway

No Comments 25 September 2012

Not to my surprise, the train was a little late that day. The myki machine didn’t exactly work either, or the reader that you touch on at to get through the gates at Flinders Street. Then after that, my phone didn’t load so I couldn’t find out where I was meant to be going. It […]

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Books & Words, Opinion

An Interview with Angela Meyer, blogger, writer and disliker of FourSquare

2 Comments 21 September 2012

Blogging seems a large part of what you do. How were you introduced to blogging? I was introduced to blogging pretty early on (I had a Live Journal account about ten years ago) but didn’t seriously consider it as a regular, themed practice until starting LiteraryMinded in 2007, around the same time I started writing […]

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Film

Moonrise Kingdom Review

1 Comment 12 September 2012

The sets are like picturesque paintings, Costumes are inked to a crisp. Bright, primary colours on the canvas With colourful characters to complement. It’s like being in a picture book: The world’s so beautiful You won’t know where to look. Characters are a charm. ‘Less Is More’ people say, And for them this is their […]

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Music

Oh Mercy, Bears With Guns, Emmy Bryce @ Pure Pop Records

No Comments 10 September 2012

In the cosy confines of Pure Pop Records, a haphazard demographic piled in to be swooned by a selection of eclectic Australian acts. Opening proceedings was the glitzy, happy go lucky Emmy Bryce. With her ‘prettiful’ melodies and quirky anecdotes, Bryce had the crowd hanging off every word, to the point where she mentioned how […]

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Exhibitions

Napoleon: Revolution to Empire

4 Comments 06 September 2012

It was an exhibition fit for a king. I couldn’t wait to go. The short walk from my car to the train station had me wondering what the National Gallery of Victoria had in store for us. Paintings perhaps? I was expecting all sorts of things. I had never been to the Gallery before. But […]

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Film

Film Review: Damsels in Distress

1 Comment 04 September 2012

College life has been depicted in movies for what seems like forever. As romantic dorm-world movies are released one after another, it begins to seem as if they all blend into one. However, Whit Stilman’s Damsels in Distress is not one to be forgotten so easily. In fact, it seems to truly tap dance its […]

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