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    The New Generation Of Google Chromecast Makes Living Tech Easier

    The new generation of Google Chromecast is out of control. It comes in two: Chromecast and Chromecast Audio, both of which control separate things and both of which ae super easy to use. The Chromecast has a fresh design and is easier to plug into TVs with crowded HDMI ports. It supports the latest wifi […]

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    Alexander Skarsgård meets MR PORTER’s The Journal

    Alexander Skarsgård has been interviewed for MR PORTER’s ‘The Journal’ as Hollywood’s New Hero. The soon to be Tarzan, talks about his upbringing and his eight pack and how he is unperturbed by nudity. He dropped some insights into it all… “It was an incredible childhood, it really was. No one ever locked the doors. […]

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    Meet The Man Behind ‘Simon Boccanegra’ By Opera Australia: Diego Torre

    Diego Torre is the Mexican tenor who, since being heralded by The Washington Times in 2009 as “an up-and-coming talent to be watched”, has gone from strength-to-strength. His vocal versatility and lead work has landed him an impressive history in operatic performances, principally for the past few years under the wing of Australia’s premiere opera […]

  • The Love For Three Oranges By Opera Australia Is Like A Loveable Acid Trip

    The first thing you notice about this season’s performance of the Russian classic by composer Sergei Prokofiev, The Love For Three Oranges, is that it is weird. If the name alone from the 1921 classic that first saw daylight in Chicago isn’t enough to make you scratch your head, then the rendition itself will send you […]

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    East London Paddington Is The Sichuan Chinese Restaurant You Need To Visit

    There’s a local’s favourite pub in Paddington called the East London hotel. It’s on a quiet street corner, relatively unassuming and charmingly rustic in appearance. Walk in, take a turn around the room before heading upstairs and you find the East London restaurant. Despite what the name would suggest, it’s not English pub fare, it’s […]

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    Why Opera Australia’s ‘Carmen’ Is Every Love Story Today

    The old adage says that ‘we always want what we can’t have’. Though in this case, we want what we want; and we want the rest of it, too. Such is the story of Carmen in this year’s production by Opera Australia of the libretto by Georges Bizet, a touching homage to the flippant and whimsical […]

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The New Generation Of Google Chromecast Makes Living Tech Easier

The new generation of Google Chromecast is out of control. It comes in two: Chromecast and Chromecast Audio, both of which control separate things and both of which ae super easy to use. The Chromecast has a fresh design and is easier to plug into TVs with crowded HDMI ports. It supports the latest wifi […]

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Celebrate International Tequila Day With The Patrón Bloody Maria

This Sunday is International Tequila Day, so there’s only one way to celebrate it – with Patrón! The Patrón ‘Bloody Watson’ Bloody Maria is the drink for the day and here is how to make it like a master… Patrón Añejo 30ml Patrón Silver 30ml Mary mix (horseradish, half a lemon of lemon juice, 1 twist of salt, […]

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Meet The Man Behind ‘Simon Boccanegra’ By Opera Australia: Diego Torre

Diego Torre is the Mexican tenor who, since being heralded by The Washington Times in 2009 as “an up-and-coming talent to be watched”, has gone from strength-to-strength. His vocal versatility and lead work has landed him an impressive history in operatic performances, principally for the past few years under the wing of Australia’s premiere opera […]

The Love For Three Oranges By Opera Australia Is Like A Loveable Acid Trip

The first thing you notice about this season’s performance of the Russian classic by composer Sergei Prokofiev, The Love For Three Oranges, is that it is weird. If the name alone from the 1921 classic that first saw daylight in Chicago isn’t enough to make you scratch your head, then the rendition itself will send you […]

Tequila

Altos Tequila Tasting with Merivale Papi Chulo Sydney

Imagine tequila without the rock salt on your wrist, the quartered lime in your mouth, and the white, fleshy worm staring you right in the eyes as it dances around the base of the bottle.   This was the extent of my ‘tequila tasting’ experience, up until now.   Jesus Hernandez, master distiller at Olmeca […]

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When Yoga and a Nightclub Combine

Yoga and nightclubs; two things that shouldn’t go together, but so do, as we found out at the Bodhi and Ride wellness clubbing event: Bodhi Meets Bond! For one day only, Port Melbourne based fitness studio Bodhi and Ride nestled themselves in the heart of the city at Bond street nightclub. Boasting a spacious floor and dark […]

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5 Tech Advanced Hotels To Stay To Embrace Your Geekiness

The day to embrace your geekiness is nigh on 13 July and so to celebrate the nerdiness hidden away in all of us, Booking.com has come-up with the 5 places around the world to stay on holiday to indulge your inner tech-lover. From sleep assisting technology to magical iPhone door keys, guests can get as geeky as […]

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NGV Holds ‘Degas: A New Vision Exhibition’ For Winter

This winter, the National Gallery of Victoria is exhibiting a collection of over 200 artworks created by Edgar Degas, one of the most celebrated artists of the French Impressionism movement.   The former director of the Musee D’Orsay and the Louvre Museum, Henri Loyrette has been studying Degas for over 40 years, and has curated […]

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The Thinnest Laptop By HP, The Spectre

HP just keeps reinventing and if their latest creation is anything to go by, they’re certainly mastered what it is they do. Launching to Australia recently, HP unveiled its latest technological innovation, the Spectre laptop computer. Understood to be the world’s thinnest laptop (yep, even thinner than Macbook Air), this computer starts at just over $1100, […]

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The Best Reed Diffuser By TÄNDA Modern

The Tanda Modern reed diffuser is the nicest fragrance to date!