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Young ‘Hamilton’ fans spit their take on ‘The Room Where It Happens’

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It’s likely that Hamilton will still be running on Broadway for the rest of our lives –

Ad blocking usage is up more than 10 percent from last year

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Publisher malaise towards ad blockers doesn’t seem to have lessened consumer appetites for downloading them.

Ad blocking usage jumped 11 percent in the past year, according to a new report from Adobe and anti-ad blocking firm PageFair, bringing the total number of global users from 198 million to 220 million.

The yearly study is widely cited as the definitive measure of the global ad blocking industry, despite the fact…

Dad posts video of 5-year-old son doing burnout, car gets seized by police

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It’s quite possibly one of the most Australian videos ever, but it has also landed one father in quite some trouble.

Alex Dobson posted a video last Wednesday showing his 5-year-old son doing a burnout in the driveway of his Queensland home.

Almost 80% of Australians now believe in climate change

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Australians overwhelmingly believe in climate change, according to a new poll, and they are more than ready for the government to do something about it.

According to The Climate Institute’s 2016 Climate of the Nation report, 77 percent of Australians believe climate change is happening. That number has grown year on year in the annual report since 2012, when only 64 percent believed in the phenomenon. Of this group, 90 percent feel human activity is at least partly the cause.

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Chris Hemsworth is pumped for his Aussie football team, the Western Bulldogs

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If your football team had gone 50 years without a major trophy, the excitement when it gets very close to winning one would be palpable.

It’s the story of Australian rules football team the Western Bulldogs, who won against Greater Western Sydney in a tense preliminary final on Saturday.

Now, as the Bulldogs are set to play in their first AFL Grand Final since 1961, it’s little wonder why so many celebrities have…

Almost 80% of Australians now believe in climate change

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Australians overwhelmingly believe in climate change, according to a new poll, and they are more than ready for the government to do something about it.

According to The Climate Institute’s 2016 Climate of the Nation report, 77 percent of Australians believe climate change is happening. That number has grown year on year in the annual report since 2012, when only 64 percent believed in the phenomenon. Of this group, 90 percent feel human activity is at least partly the cause.

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Bruce Springsteen on Donald Trump: ‘The republic is under siege by a moron’

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In previous presidential elections, Bruce Springsteen was not shy about sharing his views.

Bruce Springsteen on Donald Trump: ‘The republic is under siege by a moron’

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In previous presidential elections, Bruce Springsteen was not shy about sharing his views.

30 things you can do now that fall is here

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Remember when we all longed for summer like a lover who had been away at war for months and months? And how when it finally arrived, the first few hot days felt like a euphoric, freeing blessing?

But now that we’ve surpassed hot day number 90-something and our bodies are finally a little less sweaty, our minds are focused on the next flavor of the week (year): fall.

Sweet, sweet fall. How we’ve missed you.

Not only is the weather about to become a…

15 public art projects that boldly advocate for social justice

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Art has massive power to move people to social change.

By using their art as an innovative medium for awareness, artists become advocates, challenging the biggest issues of our time. Public art, then, capitalizes on the power of socially-aware works, reaching people in their everyday environments and confronting them with social injustice that is otherwise easily ignored.

From sculptures addressing systemic racism to…