Culture Magazine


  • Could This Man Be the Saviour of Melbourne's Heritage?

    Could This Saviour Melbourne's Heritage?

    Opposition Leader Ted Baillieu hasvowed to protect Melbourne’s heritage from Labor’s “wrecking ball approach toplanning,” if the Coalition wins next month’s... Read more

    The 27 October 2010 by   Melbournecurious
  • Shepard Fairy's New Mural in Philly

    Shepard Fairy's Mural Philly

    We were in Philadelphia last month on our way to the Pterodactyl Gallery for Adam's opening. Driving through Fishtown, Adam asked if we wanted to make a quick... Read more

    The 29 October 2010 by   Dianefergurson
  • Langston Hughes: the First Book of Rhythms

    Langston Hughes: First Book Rhythms

    LANGSTON HUGHES'S SECOND BOOK for the Franklin Watts First Book series was The First Book of Rhythms (1954). Drawing heavily from a course Hughes taught at the... Read more

    The 25 October 2010 by   Winterthorn
  • The Most Versatile Plane of World War Two Was Made of Wood

    Most Versatile Plane World Made Wood

    [Crossposted from] From my novel, An Honorable German: Behind him the Beau Sejour disintegrated, its wooden splinters cutting down the sentrie... Read more

    The 06 October 2010 by   Sfalcont
  • Quatre-Vingt Dix Ans De Vogue[art]

    Quatre-Vingt Vogue[art]

    It isn't my place to snark on high fashion magazines and the monthly paperweights they put out full of crazy-ridiculous fashion ads for even crazier and more... Read more

    The 12 October 2010 by   Arfully Yours
  • WWII Special Ops Training Tip – Defending the Strangle-hold

    WWII Special Training Defending Strangle-hold

    [reposted from ZenithPresstheBlog] Compiled from authentic documents originally issued by the British SOE and American OSS, Special Ops 1939-1945: A Manual of... Read more

    The 13 October 2010 by   Sfalcont
  • WWII History for Oct 26

    WWII History

    World War II History for October 26 Audio Clip: Winston Churchill Speech October 29, 1941 – These Are Great Days Oct 26, 1941 – The Australians were relieved... Read more

    The 26 October 2010 by   Sfalcont