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New York style love on screen

New York style love on screen

Apanda Anyuon, ECU Reporter

September 10, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

This month Luna Cinemas will be screening a much acclaimed and intriguing psychological mystery family drama called, The Only Living Boy in New York. Titled after the 1970 song by Simon & Garfunkel, The Only Living Boy in New York tells the tangled story of a young college graduate who engages...

Markets encourage wholesome way of living

Markets encourage wholesome way of living

Kelly Marie Smith, ECU Reporter

August 13, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Made Local Winter Market has had great success, coming back to Stackwood Creative Venue and Concept Store for a second year. The event, held over the August 11 to 13 weekend, was host to more than 20 stalls, selling locally made gifts, clothes and food. The market proved to not only satisfy...

Mother’s Day Market Spectacular

Mother’s Day Market Spectacular

Kimberley McGivern, Reporter

May 9, 2017


Filed under News, Slideshow

Perth Makers Market, held at Heathcote Cultural Precinct, will boast a Mother’s Day Market Spectacular on Sunday, 14 May. The event will feature 150 unique stalls that include an artist studio open day, museum, gallery, live music, food and charity stalls. The market will also offer mini-manicures,...

WAAPA Gospel Choir Wraps Up Triumphant Tour

WAAPA Gospel Choir Wraps Up Triumphant Tour

Venine Palm, Staff Reporter

May 9, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) Gospel Choir will be performing at Christ Church Claremont on 17 May, as a wrap-up to their South West Tour. The choir has been touring the South West performing in various locations across Bunbury, Albany, and Margaret River. The choir is...

Greece Is Coming To ECU!

Greece Is Coming To ECU!

Tayla Damir

April 21, 2017


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News, Slideshow

Grab your toga and get ready to party! Edith Cowan University 's Joondalup tavern will host the fourth Annual Toga Party on 21 April 2017.   ECU Parties and Events,  an ECU run group founded by ex ECU student Trent Barron, will host the toga party.   Jason Duffin, President of...

Review: Angry Birds – just as bad as you might expect

Review: Angry Birds – just as bad as you might expect

Alex Warner, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

While it's possible to adapt video games into amazing films, The Angry Birds Movie is not among them. Although there are some okay moments, and some of the cast deliver a few good vocal performances, it is a film I would not recommend. The film is directed by first time directors Fergal Reilly and Clay...

Happy birthday #Twitter10Years

Happy birthday #Twitter10Years

Tillara Casey, Staff reporter

March 23, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Showcase

Twitter celebrated its 10th birthday this week, and many happy returns, we say. Twitter was founded on the 21st March 2006 and has 320 million monthly active users and sometimes will get up to 1 billion visits monthly. But how has Twitter lasted 10 years? https://twitter.com/twitter/status/711658625924620288 Catherine Archer, lecturer in t...

‘Panic on the streets of London:’ Morrissey for mayor

‘Panic on the streets of London:’ Morrissey for mayor

Tillara Casey, Staff reporter

March 10, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News

A simple ham and cheese toasty might be off the menu for the citizens of London if mayor hopeful Morrissey is elected. The Smiths former frontman is said to be seriously considering running for Mayor of London. Steven Patrick Morrissey was approached by the Animal Welfare Party to be their candidate...

Australia takes home Oscars gold

Australia takes home Oscars gold

Dana Alhuneidi, Staff Reporter

March 3, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News

The Oscars is Hollywood’s night of nights, but that didn't stop Australia dominating the evening and taking home six of the prized golden statues. Australia is still celebrating after last night’s Oscars wins, with Mad Max: Fury Road pulling six Academy Awards, the most for the evening for any ...

Review: The Intern just doesn’t work out

Review: The Intern just doesn’t work out

Shannon Smith, Staff reporter

October 14, 2015


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

The Intern might be the newest comedy to hit cinemas, but it left me had me checking my watch countless times to see whether it was time to leave yet. The movie follows Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro), a 70-year-old retired senior who interns for Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway), the boss of a successful...

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