Did Woody Allen hit the mark with his new film Blue Jasmine? Timothy Arendshorst went to the movies to find out.
Baz Luhrmann's, The Great Gatsby is no Moulin Rouge, but luckily it's nothing like Australia either, writes Timothy Arendshorst.
Your favourite song might be doing more than you think. Timothy Arendshorst explores the influence that music has on our happiness.
Eric George and Timothy Arendshorst subject themselves to a woeful episode of QandA in the hope of delivering a "winner" in this week's QandA scorecard.
Homophobic language is not only hurtful, it's life threatening according to Timothy Arendshorst.
With alcohol-related costs doubling government revenue, Timothy Arendshorst explores whether it’s really worth it.
Being young doesn’t make you invincible when it comes to binge drinking, writes Timothy Arendshorst.
Should personal morals sway the listing of abortion drugs the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme? asks Timothy Arendshorst.
Phillipine's Boracay Island has plenty to offer foreign tourists, but Timothy Arendshorst asks, is it that different from home?
Universities all across Australia will lose out on over $2.3 billion to help pay for other education reforms. Timothy Arendshorst tries to make sense of this logic.
Aunty Donna has been picked as one to watch in this year’s Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Timothy Arendshorst spoke to the Donna’s Mark Bonanno to find out why.
Unsure about donating blood? Timothy Arendshorst has a guide to help you overcome the endless excuses.
With the Veronica Mars Kickstarter project reaching its goal of $2 million in donations within a mere 12 hours of its campaign, Timothy Arendshorst asks which cult classic will make the next big..
Moving out of home is a rite of passage for most early 20-somethings, but certain steps need to be taken to avoid an embarrassing failure, writes Timothy Arendshorst.
In the aftermath of particularly traumatic situations, journalists reporting on the event should consider the option of counselling, writes Timothy Arendshorst.
Controversial actor Charlie Sheen discusses Two and a Half Men, his public image and his future career plans in this radio interview selected by Timothy Arendshorst as part of our
Cameron Diaz stars in the new flick Bad Teacher. The film is offensive and crude, but definitely worth watching, according to Timothy Arendshorst.
As one of Melbourne’s dominating subcultures, is it surprising that hipsters are often stereotyped in such a negative way? Short doc by Bridget Rollason, Tahlia McPherson, Tim Arendshorst and..
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