August 2014


Magazine

August 2014

Supermarket monsters

Virtually pointless

Ghosts of R&B past

Troubled souls

Supermarket monsters

Coles, Woolworths and the price we pay for their domination


The Nation Reviewed

Australia’s $60 billion submarine dilemma

A decision on our underwater fleet cannot be put off much longer

Keeping premature babies alive

How neonatal intensive care units rescue the tiniest infants

Looking for love on the web

Many online daters are trapped in a pornographic shopping mall

Josh Thomas on the set of ‘Please Like Me’

Behind the scenes with the young Aussie comedian


The Monthly Essays

Supermarket monsters

Coles, Woolworths and the price we pay for their domination

Art Gallery NSW’s Michael Brand

Adventures in the artefact business

The women of Papua New Guinea’s village courts

Being a magistrate in the Eastern Highlands is not for the faint of heart


VOX

The dying art of hitchhiking

Catching a ride with strangers is harder than it looks

Owl

Medicine

Crazy pills

Our obsession with vitamins is getting out of hand

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Virtually pointless

At the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale, ‘Augmented Australia’ fails to impress

The rising tide of narcissism

Anne Manne’s ‘The Life of I’ takes aim at a modern epidemic

Ghosts of R&B past

Timbaland and Boyz II Men haunt FKA Twigs’ ‘LP1’ and How To Dress Well’s ‘What Is This Heart?’

Troubled souls

David Gulpilil brings Rolf de Heer’s ‘Charlie’s Country’ alive, but Nick Cave can’t save Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s ‘20,000 Days on Earth’



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