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I cock-a-doodle-do

I cock-a-doodle-do

Tabitha CarvanNov 30, 20118 Comments

A very capitalist thanksgiving

A very capitalist thanksgiving

Caroline RegidorNov 28, 2011

During my first Thanksgiving in the US, I set aside my usual cynicism about retailers using the holidays to boost revenue.

Walking through Death Valley, no shadows in sight

Walking through Death Valley, no shadows in sight

CrikeyNov 27, 2011

While I didn’t manage to find myself there, Death Valley certainly makes you feel small and realise how violent the creation must be of something so spectacular.

Gangsta grandma on the subway, loco at the White House

Gangsta grandma on the subway, loco at the White House

CrikeyNov 21, 2011

Tales of summer from an American Girl Scout camp

Tales of summer from an American Girl Scout camp

CrikeyNov 17, 20115 Comments

Like many before me, when I finished high school I was eager to escape the rigid conventions of academia and really see the world. Of course at 19 years of age I was hardly Jack Kerouac and instead opted for the very cliché choice of working at a summer camp in the US.

The post-modern bogan: not so poor after all

The post-modern bogan: not so poor after all

Ben OliverNov 9, 201117 Comments

Chasing cheap beer and loose women around the European continent has a long and noble tradition stretching back to the 17th century, when young, aristocratic, mostly British men set off in search of refinement, classic antiquity and plenty of drunken sex. Not much has changed in 350 years.

A visit to Joyce's beloved Trieste, the 'mongrel city' of Italy

A visit to Joyce's beloved Trieste, the 'mongrel city' of Italy

CrikeyNov 7, 20112 Comments

Colour me Brooklyn

Colour me Brooklyn

CrikeyNov 3, 2011

Living in diverse Brooklyn is like traversing through different worlds and the whole colour spectrum.