About Chris Gardner

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Chris Gardner was born on July 6th, 1874. He first picked up a guitar at age 37, as a way to bludgeon chickens to death for his meals. However, he developed an aptitude for playing musically, and has since formed a band "The Chicken Bludgeoners." He is the only journalist in Perth to contribute articles written entirely in crayon

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The Week in World News | 16.01

Australia Australian holidaymakers have been thrown into uncertainty following the surprise suspension of Tigerair flights between Australia and Bali on January 11th.  The suspension is allegedly due to the sudden imposition of new administrative requirements by the Indonesian government, according to a statement from Tigerair.  The company...

Kimura – Kintsukuroi EP Launch

The wellspring of musical talent that runs through Perth is not just limited to family-friendly radio tunes, with Amplifier bar long being a beacon for local metal fans, from all degrees of the extremity spectrum. And at the most brutal, most extreme end of the spectrum, the...

IN THE PINES 2016

On a foreboding but graciously rain-free Sunday, nestled as it always is within UWA’s resplendent Somerville Auditorium, RTRFM‘s annual In The Pines festival celebrated its 23rd anniversary, marking an innings only slightly shorter than my lifespan delivering a showcase of Perth’s local talent, bringing together what could...

The Panama Papers: Parasitic Legalities

Unless you have spent the last three decades inside a sensory deprivation tank, vividly hallucinating that you are your childhood cat Mittens, clawing your own sticky fingers away from your face, the information held within the Panama Papers should at the very least be a confirmation of...

Better Adults, Not Better Toys

Whether it is environmentalism, fighting poverty, public health or even the economy, “won’t someone think of the children!?” is a really strong selling point. I mean, it makes total sense; I doubt there exists any person who doesn’t want the next generation to do better than the...