You should watch Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. No really, you should, and don’t let that slightly bizarre title put you off — this is the gem you’ve been waiting to binge watch. Even better, it’s on Netflix right now. Rebecca Bunch (played by Rachel Bloom, of slight YouTube notoriety, who also created and writes the show) is […]
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Salient welcomes your participation in debate on all the issues that we present to you, and if you're a student of Victoria University then you're more than welcome to drop in and have tea and scones with the contributors of this little rag in our little hideaway that overlooks Wellington.
Tuesday: Flux launch with Girlboss and Zero Cool — if you want to catch the opening of Wellington’s newest collectively operated community art space, supplemented with some angsty indie goodness and local works to feast your peepers on, then get on down to Wellington Museum between 6.00 and 9.00pm. Wednesday: Eyegum Wednesdays with Shards and […]
HOME x ON THE RANGE Fish can be quite expensive, and it is certainly not advisable to try catching it in our incredibly polluted harbour, but really, a little goes a long way and it is so good for you. They have lots of protein, minerals and vitamins, and are low in fat and kilojoules. […]
The Lower Hutt City Council Mayor, Ray Wallace, recently pushed a motion that the council “agree in principle” to the living wage, moving the council a step closer to becoming a living wage employee. What are your thoughts on the living wage? Greens at Vic The Green Party position on the minimum wage is […]
Artists use colour to express a variety of emotions. In Van Gogh’s Starry Night, damp blues and greens in the night sky represent the artist’s depression and isolation, while warm yellows and oranges in the light emitted from houses and the stars show as beacons of hope. Before colourised film existed, directors such as Méliès, […]
get real we were always just stepping stones erich von daniken saw the footprints of the gods chris connery saw the trademarks of capitalism who’s gonna give a damn if they don’t/can’t remember that the whole of the donut is filled with coconuts they’re after american pie in the east and some kind of zen […]
well, [in thick black ink, siapo] you broke me open. so i seek you out again to heal (lou tupuga — what would they say now) try ssssever all links with the past but it keeps coming back to bite you, weil lo’u kuna.. (i can hear you snicker at the cliché) ‘ia […]
On the Spinoff, on February 27, leading electoral law expert Andrew Geddis reported that a changed interpretation of the Broadcasting Act 1989 “allows everyone and anyone who isn’t a party or candidate” to now run attack adverts which disparage politicians on broadcast media (television and radio). Do you think the new interpretation of the Broadcasting Act could […]