Parents are hiring tutors to improve their children’s Fortnite skills, and it actually kind of makes sense.

The idea of paying twenty dollars an hour for your twelve-year-old to get lessons in Fortnite might not be a ridiculous as you think.

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Top Op Shops in Perth – for rocking a sustainable, chic style

Here are some of our favourite environmentally aware fashion outlets in Perth. Statistics wise, fashion is the second largest polluting industry in the world, after oil. From the ground up, a new, “sustainable” or “slow” fashion movement is beginning to emerge, with small business and second-hand shops using our fixation with the past to influence consumers to shop more sustainably. The vintage aesthetic is slowly gaining popularity, along with the notion of renewable fashion.

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Review of Isle of Dogs – A vibrant tale with a poignant and furry moral

Wes Anderson’s second foray into stop-motion animation has been in the back of my mind ever since I discovered his deliciously quirky selection of films a few years ago. His strict aesthetic, combined with meandering stories of idiosyncratic characters and strained family relationships are remarkable in one feature film, let alone nine, and I was anxious to see what he would produce next.

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GIG REVIEW: Figurehead looking to expand their audience with new EP

Looking for young talent in the local punk-pop scene? Look no further than Fremantle’s own Figurehead, a four-piece band making waves in Perth’s youth music scene. I had the pleasure of seeing their show at the YMCA Youth Centre in Leederville on the 6th of April and was impressed with the atmosphere, the band’s energy and most importantly- their talent.

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