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Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker On Who ‘Trevor’ Really Is

NewsWritten by Emmy Mack on June 19, 2018 Tame Impala mastermind Kevin Parker has unmasked the mysterious origins of the treacherous character of ‘Trevor’ from his 2015 hit ‘The Less I Know the Better’. Speaking with triple j‘s Linda Marigliano this morning, Kev dished the story behind Tame Impala’s Currents cut, including how it only took 15 minutes to write, ...

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De Niro denounces Trump, Stoneman Douglas students bring everyone to tears and 'SpongeBob SquarePants' proves it really is a musical — this year's Tonys had it all

The importance of diversity and representation was underlined repeatedly throughout the night. Lindsay Mendez, who won a featured actress Tony for “Carousel,” said: “When I moved to New York, I was told to change my name from Mendez to Matthews or I wouldn’t work … to all you artists out there, just be yourselves and the world will take note.” ...

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Hay fever: Does eating local honey REALLY get rid of symptoms? Popular myth debunked

Hay fever appears every summer, when plants begin to release pollen into the air causing some people to have an allergic reaction. Hay fever season begins in late March when trees release the substance. At present, through mid-May to July, it is the grass pollen season, when grasses release their pollen into the atmosphere. Symptoms of the condition include a ...

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So Many Watchmen Fans Have No Idea What It's Really About

Every so often, a pop culture phenomenon emerges that so deeply impacts the formative minds of young men that it completely reshapes the way they perceive the world around them. When Alan Moore’s Watchmen arrived on shelves back in 1986, the elusive author likely had no idea that his 12-issue DC series would have such a lasting influence among comic ...

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Review: Courtney Barnett's Raging, Empathetic 'Tell Me How You Really Feel'

Back in 2013, Courtney Barnett covered Kanye West’s ‘Black Skinhead’ on Australian radio as a guitar-charged glam-grunge stomp, reframing its outrage in her bedhead Melbourne white-girl flow. It was a questionable yet telling move for a fellow verbose storyteller, delivered just as her single “Avant Gardener” – a deceptively offhand first-person account of an asthma attack – announced the arrival of ...

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