The September Stories Issue
What Does Our Trash Say About Us?
Archaeologists are taking a closer look at contemporary junk to understand our culture.
THE SALUTE YOUR SHORTS ISSUE
This Is What Extinction Sounds Like
Seventy-nine-year-old soundscape ecologist Bernie Krause used to go into the wild to record the chorus of nature. Now, he has become an expert in the sound of extinction.
We Asked Paparazzi in Cannes How They Feel Harassing Movie Stars
"Cannes isn't about the movies, it's about branding, about banks, fashion, jewellery, drinks... It's one big brothel. Actors, they're all whores."
Cannes Seagulls Kept Hassling Movie Stars, So They Hired This Guy
Christopher Puzin has five hawks patrolling the town's waterfront hotels, making sure pigeons and seagulls keep the fuck away.
Memories From Melbourne’s Best Independent Video Store
Video Vision in Balaclava closes Wednesday. We recently popped in to hate on Netflix and say goodbye.
A Day at the Koori Court, Where Jail Is a Last Resort
This division of the Victorian Magistrates' Court is curbing recidivism by allowing Indigenous defendants an informal conversation with community elders and judges.
Some Guy in Italy Is Trying to Resurrect David Bowie With an Online Petition
So far over 10,000 people have signed, leaving such comments as 'death can not continue'.
Australia Has Launched its First University Program to Get Women Into Parliament
Women hold less than 30 percent of parliamentary jobs in Australia. Melbourne University wants its Pathways to Politics program to even the score.
Life After Leaving Israel’s Ultra Orthodox Jewish Communities
For many ex-ultra-Orthodox Jews, leaving the community means being excommunicated by their families, shunned by their friends, and learning how to navigate the modern world alone.