March 2015


Magazine

March 2015

Lost for words

On the ball

Home truths

Labor’s love lost

Cyclone Frank

Particular visions

California dreaming

Labor’s love lost

Which hill is Labor’s light on again?


The Nation Reviewed

Lost for words

Our politicians have paltry ideas and express them poorly

On the ball

Rita Zammit is Victoria’s newest Supreme Court justice and a soccer tragic

A day at the zoo

The Adelaide Zoo has a chequered past

Dogs on the inside

The BARK program at Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre sees prisoners taking care of dogs

When Asians attack

Behind the scenes of ‘Maximum Choppage’, a new kung-fu comedy


The Monthly Essays

Home truths

The costs and causes of domestic violence

Labor’s love lost

Which hill is Labor’s light on again?

The extraordinary Mrs Gabori

The meteoric career of Kaiadilt painter Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda


VOX

Medicine

The dementia cure

Do we change our behaviour or wait for a medical breakthrough?

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Let sleeping dragons lie

Kazuo Ishiguro’s ‘The Buried Giant’

Cyclone Frank

Frank Gehry’s Dr Chau Chak Wing Building

Particular visions

Courtney Barnett’s ‘Sometimes I Sit and Think, and Sometimes I Just Sit’ and Darren Hanlon’s ‘Where Did You Come From?’

California dreaming

Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’



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