The Vivek Ramaswamy campaign for US President seeks a red-blooded, Ford-driving, Bud Light-drinking, Bass Pro Shops hat-wearing American who is cool with being yelled at all the time.
As Lead Bro, your primary role will be to make sure that Vivek stops getting called “annoying” by the media and everyone he went to college with. “Strange” is fine, even “unhinged” can be punk rock. But “annoying” is for hall monitors and step-dads, not the leader of the free world.
Vivek is the youngest and freshest new voice of the Republican Party. Some haters have called him an “inexperienced pest,” but Vivek knows that’s also what they called the rat from Ratatouille before he went on to do great things.
Mahmoud Abbas has not only betrayed the Palestinian cause for his own gain, he has paved the way for Israel's legitimacy in the Arab world, argues Israeli human rights activist Miko Peled.
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Tackling climate change is the major economic, social and political challenge of our time. After a summer of raging wildfires and extreme flooding that has devastated countries around the world, it is clear that the effects of global heating are worsening, and the urgency of cutting emissions is growing. Contrary to Rishi Sunak’s claim that […]
Through layers of paint, ash and broken objects, a Syrian artist tells stories of the vanishing Damascus of his childhood
- by Psyche Film
Academics need to think harder about the purpose of their disciplines and whether some of those should come to an end
- by Rachael Scarborough King & Seth Rudy
ON Friday 6 October from 7pm, the Coffs Hotel will hum with the high octane sounds of Floyd Vincent and the Temple Dogs. From the age of ten when he first picked up the classical guitar through to his first professional band at the age of fourteen, Floyd Vincent has been totally immersed in the...
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ON SATURDAY 14 October at 6.30pm, Sawtell Cinema will screen Disconnect Me, an Australian doco recording the outcomes of independent filmmaker Alex Lykos disconnecting from his digital devices for 30 days. We call it our phone, but the mobile device we carry around with us connects us to so many services and opportunities from a...
LIFE drawing is the main event at Artists in the Garden on Sunday 1 October. “It doesn’t matter if you have never drawn in your life – life drawing is an amazing experience – it gives you permission to look, translating into your own unique drawing expression. Advertise with News of The Area today. It’s...
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