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MFF presents Clem Bastow, 'Escape from L.A.'
Martin Kirby zine launch and photo exhibition
Tom Blachford, 'Midnight Modern'
246 Things You Can Eat and Drink Instead of Dinner with Heston
Hopfest at The Alehouse Project
Odd Pears Spring Collection
Garage Sale Trail 2014 registration now open
Shuggie's Sweet Revenge
A YouTube mixtape by Edd and Simon of Wax'o Paradiso
A YouTube mixtape by Geoffrey O'Connor
Magic Hands, 'Let Me Hold You While You Fail'
¯\_(ツ)_/¯, The Second Bus Projects Edition Exhibition
Notes From The Field
Robert Ashton, 'Into the Hollow Mountains - A Portrait of Fitzroy in 1974'
Doona changing method: The Burrito
Cheapskate's guide to Father's Day
(A pretty good) macrame plant hanger
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Once and For All: How to do a tumble turn, with Gary Simpson
Danielle Wood, 'Mothers Grimm'
Matthew Hurst and guests, 'The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne'
Oyster's 20th Anniversary 'Down Under' Issue
Bassike Rankins Lane
Craft Victoria Pop Up Shop
Monchereamie at Dagmar Rousset
Becoming a pod person in a Metronap Sleep Pod
'New Argument Stream' opening at Slopes
September Openings at Seventh
We Are The Best!
ACMI presents 'Tom at the Farm'
Lavazza Italian Film Festival
246 Things You Can Eat and Drink Instead of Dinner w...
So the ballot to eat at Heston Blumenthal's The Fat Duck in Australia opens on October 8. For the very casual, regular, relaxed, ha-ha-no-worries-let-me-...
Hopfest at The Alehouse Project
I do wish the term 'rotating taps' was more literal sometimes, that they spun around in a frothy reverie. You hold up your glass and a stray stream s...
If my plan to start a llama farm just outside Christchurch doesn't pan out, Charlie's is the restaurant I want to retire next to. It's just on th...
Black Market pop-up
If there's anyone who can make vertical blinds look sexy outside of a '90s New York apartment, it's the people behind new Collingwood pop-up Blac...
Shortstop Coffee & Donuts
We all know caffeine and sugar are a magic combination but this is actually bonkers. Your loyal Three Thousand squad have seen so many well-lit shots of test...
Carwyn Cellars Back Room
There's a divide between the trendier city side of High Street and the Thornbury expanses where vacuum wholesalers cross paths with taco flippers. And ye...
The Lumber Yard at The Worker's Club
Bad (good) news, everyone. The Lumber Yard stole my idea for a restaurant (don't worry, legal action pending). It's pretty simple you need: comfort f...
Cocktail time with Client Liaison
When Client Liaison aren't signing mergers or penning vintage Aussie soft-rock and synth-pop, they're most likely carrying on with their lives in oth...
The OGs who brought us Meatmother have spent the past few months plotting Meatmaiden, now open on the smaller of the Collins streets. They're expanding t...
Mighty Boy Eatery
Mighty Boy is a Vietnamese and Thai eatery that's so new they haven't even peeled the foil seals off their bottles of Sriracha sauce yet. It's ru...
Raw Trader is a new cafe in the city that specialises in raw, dairy-free, organic, gluten-free and sugar-free treats as well as juices, coffee and tea. Lots ...
The last time staff gave us an “irasshaimase!” as enthusiastic Hakata Gensuke's was at Rice Workshop when it opened. Ten months later and Ric...
Half Moon Café
Half Moon Café is somewhat of an institution for the punk kids of the north - and for anyone who likes a good falafel really. They were voted best falafel in...
Cam's Cafe at The Abbotsford Convent
I have a feeling that I'm not supposed to get too enthusiastic with stuff like this. I think there might be some unspoken rule about gushing in reviews, ...
Nieuw Amsterdam, Le Bon Ton, Big Boy BBQ, Meatmother, Fancy Hanks, Lazer Pig (and even a guide to DIY)… these smoked meat wars are getting pretty intense. Fa...
Marcus Wilson and his Finnish wife Laura were all set to start their new life in Laura's homeland when Marcus suddenly got deported and had to return to ...
Belle's Hot Chicken
A friend of mine told me the other day that as recently as 2009, Chinese food was still the most popular cuisine in Australia. I guess I'm only going off...
I'm going to tell you a hot tip about Abbotsford. And it's not that you can purchase repulsive-but-who-am-I-kidding-it'll-do bottles of merlot fr...
Kettle Black is one of the most immaculately devised and executed cafes I've ever seen. Day one and there's not a rose petal out of place. Everything...
La Condesa cantina
Can it, those of you who are about to bemoan the abundance of Mexican food in this city. La Condesa have added to their taquería and started a cantina, stand...
'The Goat' at Clever Polly's
“We've got this kind of symbiotic relationship with all the great places around here like Aesop, Auction Rooms, 121 BC, and Joe Taylor. They come t...
A simple key lime pie recipe from Camilla Clark
Camilla Clark is an artisanal baker at Bakewell & Co, one of the bakeries that provides Everyday Coffee and the like with the treats that give our existe...
Pastuso is a newly-opened Peruvian grill, cevicheria and pisco bar on AC/DC lane. Back in 2011 The Wall Street Journal suggested Peruvian cuisine would be th...
Huxtaburger x Liquor Run
There's nothing like lying in bed in the late afternoon / early evening, fatty crumbs trailing across your bedsheets, a film on the lappy, sadness liftin...
I know I sound like an asshole, but the cynic in me really hates Combi. Don't get me wrong, the staff are friendly, the salads leave you feeling good, pr...
Chefs Michael Lambie and Zac Cribbes have teamed up with Scott Borg to create an exceptionally Melburnian pan-Asian dining experience at Lucy Lui Kitchen and...
Chuckle Park is wedged in an alleyway next to New Guernica. Since 2012 it's been a place where you can order a very decent meatball wrap from the back of...
Brew & Stew
Brew and stew. Genius. Apparently we're in for the coldest week of the year. You're going to want some brew and stew. Especially if that stew is a br...
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