ABC.net.au - Entertainment Secrets of the old Alice Springs jail revealed in new exhibition 2017-04-29T15:03:14.000000000+10:00 A new exhibition is capturing the memories of people who were once housed in the old Alice Springs jail. Country town turns rubbish into tunes with junk orchestra 2017-04-29T14:40:16.000000000+10:00 A violin crafted out of a car roof, dairy milking cups used as chimes and petrol cans turned into guitars — welcome to Girgarre's junk orchestra. Melbourne redheads return with offspring to celebrate second Ginger Pride march 2017-04-29T14:25:24.000000000+10:00 The flame-haired faithful flock to Melbourne's Federation Square for the second annual Ginger Pride rally. Tiny Victorian town shows ingenuity in the face of job losses 2017-04-29T11:52:02.000000000+10:00 The closure of a regional town's major employer has become an all-too-familiar occurrence in Victoria in recent years, but the tiny town of Girgarre in the Goulburn Valley proves there is hope after major industry leaves town. Fyre Festival furore after Ja Rule's 'luxury' music event flops 2017-04-29T10:24:11.000000000+10:00 A much-hyped luxury music festival in the Bahamas that promised performances by artists including Blink-182 is cancelled at the last minute after people had already arrived and spent thousands of dollars on tickets and travel. Are we OK with games that allow kids to perform eye lifts and nose jobs? 2017-04-29T06:07:13.000000000+10:00 Given a growing number of young women want desperately to plump their lips to Kardashian proportions, these games should concern all of us, writes Melinda Tankard Reist. Backyard Iron Man suit ready for first mission 2017-04-28T15:06:25.000000000+10:00 Barry Armstead is ready to give sick children something to smile about with his replica Iron Man suit that has taken him four years to build. Moving autism on TV beyond the genius stereotype 2017-04-28T12:48:44.000000000+10:00 The introduction of a new Muppet on Sesame Street represents an encouraging cultural shift in the portrayal of characters with autism, but there is still a way to go, writes Katie Sutherland from Western Sydney University. Dark Mofo bull slaughter show 'not a stunt', public urged to 'look deeper' 2017-04-28T10:23:59.000000000+10:00 Tasmania's Dark Mofo's bull slaughter show will go ahead, with organisers saying it's not a stunt and urging the public to "look deeper". Meet the woman who did the iconic Rage intro scream 2017-04-28T10:11:09.000000000+10:00 Deni Gordon recorded the famous scream from the Rage intro on a random day in 1987, and was only paid $40 for it.