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IMA 40th birthday party
Danksgiving at The Brightside
Elliot Smith ‘Heaven Adores You’ screening
Royal Croquet Club, an outing
Julie White, 'Straya Nights'
Four Thousand’s Four-Legged Guide to Brisbane: The Dog Lover’s Gift Guide
An exclusive first look at Yevu's new range
A mixtape by Crayon Fields
Podcast review: Ingredipedia
An interview with Anton Newcombe
Guy Maestri, 'Black Gold'
A picture says some words, with Dick Diver's Steph Hughes
Aeropress Fruit Filters
Pallet coffee table
Cold and flu remedies that might actually work
An interview with Bill Callahan
Jack Stone, urban apiarist
An interview with Georgia Perry
MAP: Exploring the World
IRRÉVERSIBLE online store
Secret Identity Comics
Four Thousand’s Four-Legged Guide to Brisbane: Best Dog Parks and Beaches
Perfect Match: Melbourne musicians and their location doppelgängers
Surviving The Off Season: Filling The Rugby League Void
#APT8 opening party
My Own Pet Radio at Black Bear Lodge
Niqui Toldi, 'Unbeing' opening at Junky Comics
Suffragette reviewed by Dave
Barbara. To me, it evokes memories of my primary school tuck shop. I’m pretty sure one of the ladies who worked there had it plastered on her name badge. Eve...
Royal Croquet Club, an outing
V. K. Roberts
It having been some months since I had last given my balls a good mallet-thwack, I was frightfully excited to hear that Brisbane would be graced with the Roy...
Scenario: you’ve scored yourself a hot date. Perhaps you’ve finally gotten around to asking out that cute friend-of-a-friend. Maybe you’ve waded through the ...
The Good Food and Wine Show: a ghost story
For several hours over Halloween I haunted the stalls of the Good Food and Wine Show. After scoring a friend's tickets it seemed mad to pass on a day of ...
Four Thousand’s Four-Legged Guide to Brisbane: Best ...
Everyone loves dogs – they didn’t score the title of man’s best friend by accident. Sometimes it can be hard to know where to comfortably take this friendshi...
The Morning After
Who came up with this name? The ‘morning after’ is not typically associated with good times, it’s more likely to bring to mind bleary eyes, chalky mouths and...
Hot Star Large Fried Chicken
Fried chicken is definitely a 'thing' now. Well, obviously it’s been an actual thing people have eaten for ages, but, right now, fried chicken – just...
Cook Suck goes to SumoSalad
SumoSalad’s proliferation in the Australian casual dining scene occurred during that awkward period when Gen-Y was still sorting out its shit. Fucking eyelin...
Corbett & Claude
No one wants to be outshined by their younger sibling. But for restaurant and bar Corbett & Claude, it isn’t a case of sibling rivalry.
Hot on the heels...
All Real Food Self-Service Café
When I was younger, I thought I hated salad. Turns out I just hated boring food and used this fake aversion to justify eating terribly. I now know better, bu...
If imitation is indeed the sincerest form of flattery, there’s a particular burger chain from America’s East Coast that must be feeling mighty chuffed thanks...
The lanewayification of Brisbane is in full swing, and Mr Claude is the latest to take advantage of the inner city's narrow, overlooked spaces.
The definitive ranking of Arnott’s Shapes flavours
You can tell a lot about a person by what Shapes flavour they have in their cupboard (or if they even have Shapes in their cupboard… what is this 1995?). You...
Damian Griffiths' eatery empire has finally conquered to such an extent that it's starting to look a little like madness.
Les Bubbles is the latest ...
We rarely write about other websites here at Four Thousand, being the jealous types that we are - but we’ll make an exception for this one.
If you’ve ever g...
Celebrity non-chef with Methyl Ethel, stock-standard...
Perth three-piece Methyl Ethel make their spaced-out indie pop without too much cheese and their cheese toasties without a trace of gluten. Ahead of their na...
Have you ever had real Mexican food? Put your hand down if you've actually been to Mexico, no-one likes a show off.
I've never had real Mexican food...
Just opened in New Farm, St Baxter is a Californian-style eatery serving fusion food that's hard to fault.
Fitted out with sunset hues and cacti, St Ba...
Celebrity non-chef with Sui Zhen, agedashi tofu entree
Becky Sui Zhen's music feels like a warm swim with just enough salty sting. Turns out she applies a similar level of simple-yet-luxurious production to h...
Les Folies de Paris
I had never really “got” macarons until I came here.
The folks behind Les Folies de Paris, otherwise known as French caterers Monsieur Macaron,...
Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen
You might recognise Miss Bliss from markets and cafes around the place - they've been making their famous bliss balls for a while, and to well-deserved a...
I love winter in Brisbane. Humidity drops below 100000%, the sun is out but I don't feel like an ant under a magnifying glass, and I can wear a coat! Som...
West End is stretching out. A few blocks from the main strip of bars and coffee shops, down a quiet street of warehouses, there's a brand-new coffee shop...
What exactly is British pub food? Black pudding? “Bangers and mash”? Some kind of tart made from what's swept up at closing time in a butcher...
People sure love their fried chicken, huh? Frankly I've never really “got it” - until now. Lucky Egg trades exclusively in free-range, locall...
Usually I'd recommend a place like Delfina's as a great spot to take a romantic prospect, or your mum, or someone else you're keen to impress. Bu...
It's definitely winter, and to take an unpopular position, I'm bloody sick of standard winter comfort food. Potatoes? Eh. Soup? Bluh. Stew? Meh. Niku...
Farrier, a new bar/supper club in the old stables underneath the Queen's Arms, might be Brisbane's first dining establishment to be open late seven n...
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