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Is this curtains for the arts in the Australian government? Not quite.

Is this curtains for the arts in the Australian government? Not quite.

The reshuffling of the bureaucratic deckchairs doesn’t really mean the end of the Arts ministry. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't be worried.

He was Trump's mentor and lawyer, but who was the real Roy Cohn?

He was Trump's mentor and lawyer, but who was the real Roy Cohn?

The new documentary Where's My Roy Cohn? tells the story of the man who shredded the rule book of modern politics and paved the way for Donald Trump.

The importance of hearing what She Said

The importance of hearing what She Said

Crikey speaks to journalist and author Jodi Kantor, who helped break the Harvey Weinstein accusations, about what has changed since the beginning of the Me Too movement.

Is there anything we won't blame Greta Thunberg for?

Is there anything we won't blame Greta Thunberg for?

Man ousted from car show after physical and verbal abuse blames teenage girl for death of car shows.

'A Clive James book once cost me a friendship'

'A Clive James book once cost me a friendship'

There was a time when Guy Rundle couldn't get enough of Clive James' writing. Latterly, he found James' work chronically disappointing.

Triggered: contradictions and resentment collide in Donald Trump Jr's new book

Triggered: contradictions and resentment collide in Donald Trump Jr's new book

In Donald Trump Jr's Triggered: How the Left thrives on hate and wants to silence us, we see the depressingly plausible prospect of a second Trump in the White House.

SBS punches above its weight with lavish food and exciting programs

SBS punches above its weight with lavish food and exciting programs

The SBS Upfronts were another reminder that the public broadcaster can go punch-for-punch with its better-funded competitors.

Guess who's back...

Guess who's back...

Disgraced alt-right golden boy Milo Yiannopoulos has rebranded as the new leader of young Christian conservatives known as 'Groypers'.

The Irishman, Netflix, and cinema's long fade to black

The Irishman, Netflix, and cinema's long fade to black

That so few cinemas were willing to play Martin Scorsese's latest gangster epic ahead of its release on Netflix later in the year says a lot about where the industry and the artform are heading.

Enter the right-wing freedom paradox, if you dare

Enter the right-wing freedom paradox, if you dare

Australia's biggest "commies" aren't raving greenies, but rather the freedom-loving right, like the bright boys and girls at the IPA.