ACCLAIM Magazine are launching their 27th issue tonight with a party somewhere in Melbourne tonight but tickets for the event have already sold out so unless you’ve already been lucky enough to score yourself a ticket to the pretty special event, click on through to read on what Issue 27 features.
Issue 27 will be in stores Friday, August 8, 2012.
An amazing and engaging hour-long documentary has been released this week following the most incredible team ever assembled: the 1992 United States Olympic basketball squad that participated at the games in Barcelona – the Dream Team.
If you’re a fan of basketball, you should most definitely watch this.
Last Christmas, the only thing I requested as a gift was this book: ‘Unscripted’ by Sarah Meier and Vicky Herrera. Now, after a busy few months of doing other things (like starting up this blog), I finally found the time to sit down and read this publication. And indeed I did just that – in one sitting!
Check out my thoughts on these “unscripted conversations”.
Last year, two months after the tsunamis hit Japan, American songstress Sara Bareilles boarded a flight to Japan for the first time to perform a benefit concert. During her time there, she and her bandmates also volunteered with All Hands Volunteers to help clean up the destruction and debris in the city of Ofunato.
Watch this eye-opening documentary to see what happened during her experience.
Check out the winner of Movie Extra Tropfest 2012! For the uninitiated, Tropfest is Australia’s most prestigious short film festival and one of its most iconic cultural events. It is also the largest short film festival in the world.
Check out the sypnosis to the winning entry below:
“Benny and Grandad are best friends and never leave each other’s side. They also run the most successful light refreshment stand in town. Yet all could change when an old neighbour decides to get in the way.”
Anthony Bourdan’s television show ‘The Layover’ offers a how-to guide to exploring popular cities during an unexpected air travel layover of 24 to 48 hours. A great concept, especially if you’ve been stuck in the same situation, staring lifelessly out the window of your gate waiting and wondering. The travel show also provides a contemporary list of must-do items to anyone looking for something to do on a weekend trip to an unknown city.
Check out this episode in its entirety of New York City!