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PACmen Review

PACmen Review

Last year proved the year of political dark horses, upending expectations of both US parties and standards. Luke Walker’s observational documentary of one such horse, evangelical neurosurgeon Ben Carson, offers insight into the driving financial forces behind modern day campaigning and the fevered conviction of his supporters – on a campaign doomed to blunder. Walker is no stranger to stories of conviction. Both of his previous documentaries Beyond Our Ken (2008) and Lasseter’s Bones (2012) are about individuals driven by…

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Melbourne grown burgers

Melbourne grown burgers

Cleanse your palettes Melbourne, the Food and Wine Festival has left town. Pairing Melbourne’s diverse food multi-culture with world renowned chefs and institutions has created a growing tradition of quality, leveraging the city’s exceptional night life – for those willing to breach the entry cost. Of the over 300 events available only 25 were free, with the majority of price tags extending well over $100 per person. As a student of limited resources I decided to uphold Melbourne’s tradition of finding…

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