With Morrissey and Bauhaus Headlining, L.A.s Cruel World Festival Conjured Dark Magic in the Daylight: Concert Review

A sprawling all-day Springtime event celebrating the darker edge of ’80s music held under a brutal Southern California sun? It might sound antithetical, but the Cruel World Festival, which took over Pasadena’s Brookside golf course at the Rose Bowl this weekend, was in fact, a fitting, full-circle moment for music, celebrating and validating an often misunderstood — and even mocked

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People reveal the VERY funny labels they've spotted

Always read the fine print! People reveal the VERY funny labels they’ve spotted – including a hand dryer that’s ‘not a urinal’ Diply has rounded up photos from around the world of very funny labels  One image shows a pills that have a warning not to use underneath instructions Another snap shows a hand dryer in a public restroom labelled

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‘Into the Weeds’ Review: An Agrochemical Cancer Scandal That’s Big Tobacco Redux

Though few members of the public were still denying a link between smoking and cancer at the time, it was still nonetheless rather startling when the extent of the tobacco industry’s deliberate disinformation campaign on that subject got exposed about a quarter-century ago. The déjà vu runs thick watching Jennifer Baichwal’s new documentary, “Into the Weeds,” which provides another illustration

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First home buyers could use superannuation under Coalition government

First home buyers will be able to use their superannuation to get into the property market under a pledge from the Coalition. Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the policy at the Liberal Party’s campaign launch in Brisbane on Sunday afternoon. Scott Morrison announced the policy at the Liberal Party campaign launch in Brisbane.Credit:James Brickwood “We want to further help Australians

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In health, more of the same will not be good enough

If there is one area of policy that has dominated the lives of Australians over the past couple of years, it would have to be health. The pandemic sharpened awareness of our vulnerabilities and forced extra spending on hospitals, clinical responses, vaccinations, and prevention measures. Yet, the daily number of new COVID-19 cases has exceeded 50,000, and the death toll

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