Day: 27 June 2022

Live Review: Lisi with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra – The Princess Theatre, Brisbane (25.06.22)

Two worlds collided when Goodna rapper Lisi performed with the Queensland Symphony Orchestra at the Princess Theatre in Brisbane on Saturday 25 June. Sponsored by Red Bull Symphonic, fans were treated to the special event with a 25-piece orchestra – conducted by Nicholas Buc – bringing Lisi’s biggest hits to life. The night began with…

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Not Waving Drowning

Book Review: Not Waving, Drowning is a timely and informative look at Australia’s mental health crisis

Issue 85 of the Quarterly Essay is a timely one. The Trauma Cleaner’s Sarah Krasnostein offers a well-researched and insightful look into Australia’s mental health care systems, and its intersection with other institutions. The essay draws upon extensive research and first-hand case studies with vulnerable individuals who fell through the system’s cracks when they should…

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Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes Review: Victorious on and off the battlefield

I’ve always admired musou style games for their sheer intensity. Repeatedly hacking and slashing waves of villains never seems to get old, from the Dynasty Warriors franchise, to the more recent Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. As a result, the Fire Emblem franchise has decided to try its hand at the genre for the second…

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