James Franklin’s latest single, “Peace, Love and Freedom”, is a positive anthem in a world that needs it now more than ever.
Two weeks later and it still feels like Khalid’s concert in Melbourne comprised of nothing great.
With his latest exhibition, Reiwa, Shohei Otomo showcases his ability to speculate on the future of humanity in his increasingly iconic and elegant style.
John Choi created the Good Barbershop. It’s curated cosiness, wholesome vibes, and the epitome of what it truly means to be Melburnian: chill.
Listening to Coldplay’s latest double-album, Everyday Life, is all of the emotions of seeing an old friend after way too long and enjoying a great night out together.
It takes mere seconds in Heathrow Airport, amidst the sharp and curly accents, for me to fall in love all over again.
What follows is a comprehensive spread on what I learned about modern day Galápagos. Besides my personal observations, it includes advice from locals, expats, and the perceptions of awe-inspired tourists.
Not all spectacles across the Galápagos feature blue-footed boobies or magnificent frigate birds. Homo sapiens are the best example.
Nestled 450kms southwest of Alice Springs sits a sacred mound. It reaches 348m into the sky, revered for at least 30,000 years by the Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara people (the traditional owners, known collectively in their language as the Anangu) as a meeting place.
Stockholm inspires an ensemble of delights, captivating from every angle and perspective, equal parts intrigue and enticement (but certainly not without its faults).