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We need an Indigenous journalist in every newsroom

by Rosanna Kellett

“Australia’s media needs to employ more Indigenous people, and learn from the people who know about Indigenous issues. When you take that step as a media organisation, your stories are enriched for it,” said Malarndirri McCarthy, presenter on National Indigenous Television, who represented Arnhem in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 2005 to 2012. 840 more words

Arts & Culture

Anita Heiss: an advocate for Indigenous literature

by Emma Froggatt

Writing Indigenous issues into the forefront of Australian and literary culture is what’s on the agenda for writer and social commentator Dr Anita Heiss, the guest speaker at the Women@UTS event marking NAIDOC Week 2014. 843 more words

Arts & Culture

Dreaming and songlines: Memoirs of a white fella art dealer

by Laura Foss

“What if?” That is the question posed by Adrian Newstead in the closing chapter of his memoir The Dealer is the Devil. … 676 more words

Arts & Culture

Rodin Museum Offers Monthly Sketching Class

By Lynne Adkins

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Rodin Museum at 21st and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway is considered a jewel of Philadelphia.

It opened in November of 1929 and the collection contains nearly 150 sculptures in bronze, marble and plasters as well as drawings. 147 more words

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My quick and funny encounters with movie stars

Celebrity… It is a strange concept. We’ve all been fascinated by someone famous at some point… What makes us blush and say “Oh my god, look who it is”?! 487 more words

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Phantom of the Opera



GO ON SALE AUGUST 10 at 10 a.m. 


OCTOBER 22-NOVEMBER 2… 411 more words


To Brazil's consternation, hordes of young Argentines make themselves at home after World Cup

AP – Fox News, 7/25/2014

Lucas Bazan Pontoni rifled through his pockets for the 45-cent lunch fee as he stood in line at a downtown soup kitchen. 129 more words

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