March 2016


Magazine

March 2016

Rivers ran red

The boomer supremacy

Notes on a disappearance

Twelve of a kind

The art of manipulation

Black lists

Songs for the 3 am

The boomer supremacy

The dominance of baby boomers is becoming total

The Nation Reviewed

Turnbull’s rightful place

The prime minister does not seem to be himself at all

The start-up whisperer

Just how innovative is the Turnbull government’s innovation package?

#PrisonLife

Internet access in jails

Slippery migrants

What eels do when we're not watching

Holy flark

The Watson family take on ‘Family Feud’


The Monthly Essays

Rivers ran red

Indonesia’s mass killings have been overlooked for 50 years

The boomer supremacy

The dominance of baby boomers is becoming total

Notes on a disappearance

Alan Moorehead, Australia’s forgotten literary giant


VOX

Gardening at Alcatraz

The notorious island has been a site of incarceration, occupation and, now, “extreme gardening”

Owl

Medicine

Germ welfare

Public health and personal responsibility

Medicine

Arts & Letters

Twelve of a kind

Why is Australia planning so many new casinos?

The art of manipulation

True crime and entertainment in Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’

Black lists

Doing the right thing in Jay Roach’s ‘Trumbo’ and László Nemes’ ‘Son of Saul’

Songs for the 3 am

Rihanna’s ‘ANTI’ and Future’s ‘EVOL’



Noted

Grayson Perry’s ‘My Pretty Little Art Career’ Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, until 1 May 2016 By Julie Ewington

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