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Re-Issue Collection 2, opening
The Interrobang: A Festival of Questions presents 'Why be good? Questions of work, love and feminism'
Richard in Your Mind single launch with Hollow Everdaze and Uncle Bobby
Three Thousand x Sugar Prawn locals night
Marion Wine Bar
The Hands Down Project
Julie White, 'Straya Nights'
LIMB: the label
Kimchi Princi's songs to send to someone you crush on
Podcast review: Ingredipedia
A mixtape by My Disco
You will always be wanted by me
Final weeks of the Pierre Huyghe retrospective
Turns out all art history lessons should be narrated by Tom Waits (a video art playlist by Kate Mitchell)
Aeropress Fruit Filters
Pallet coffee table
A 'chocolate cheesecake cookie sandwich filling' recipe from Butterbing
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
Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl by Carrie Brownstein
MAP: Exploring the World
IRRÉVERSIBLE Online Store
Craft Victoria Pop Up Shop 2015
Eye Am Hair
Historic market unearthed in Collingwood
Bacchus Marsh Strawberries and Cherries Weekend
The Garage Sale Trail guide
Emily Ulman 'Wear It Well' album launch
IPF Photo Prize 2015
Future Party in the Future
Suffragette reviewed by Dave
Three Thousand x Sugar Prawn locals night
Locals night at the old rub-a-dub usually involves a parma, a pot and maybe a game pool (that you end up abandoning half-way through upon realising you'r...
Marion Wine Bar
It’s quite possible that in 50 years from now, as Melbourne’s double decker tourist bus ambles down Gertrude St, Barry – the tour guide – will clear his thro...
Remember the Great Smoked Meat Battles of 2014? How they eventually appeared to escalate in a really intense way? With Meatworks, Lindsay Jones-Evans (of Jon...
RIP Crafternoon, Carlton North 2012 – 2015
The coffee wasn't amazing. The food wasn't flash. I only ever went there because it was opposite my tram stop. But, as dozens upon dozens of new cafe...
Inside the Lune Lab
Could a croissant possibly be worth giving up your sleep in and lining up in an hour-long queue for? Short answer: yes. Lune Croissanterie's Cam and Kate...
Celebrity non-chef with Emily Ulman, 'double brie Ch...
Local folk artist Emily Ulman's new album Wear It Well manages to channel the feeling of an impending storm while staying fragile and contemplative but n...
Father John Cafe
Dear White Male Coffee Drinker with Big Urban Beard and Oiled Moustache,
It appears your identity has been sucked up through the internet and spat out onto ...
Celebrity non-chef with Simo Soo
Simo Soo's album 'VITAMINZZZ' is heaps now. It prescribes to the hip hop tweakings of internet stars such as Bones, Yung Lean and Spooky Black wi...
Around six months ago Dori Ellington organised what was intended to be a one-off community feast with several Tamil asylum seekers she'd befriended durin...
Moroccan Soup Bar Deli-cacy
It’s a humbling experience eating at one of Hana Assafari’s establishments. Whether it’s the Moroccan Soup Bar or her new offshoot Deli-Cacy (up the East Bru...
The Meatsmith scotch fillet challenge
Carnivores like myself prefer the meat-buying experience to be as quarantined from the realities of an abattoir as much as possible. The reasons for this are...
Ichi Ni Nana and Village People
When you spend about three years renovating a Brunswick Street property into a Multilevel Dining Experience, it seems nothing is left to chance. You don'...
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...
Sometimes you just want to drink a long black and munch on a Lebanese-style haloumi and spinach pastry while middle-aged ladies gossip at pace so rapid their...
If you're paying 14 dollars for a sandwich you want it be very very good. You want it to be so exceptional it silences lunchtime conversation and keeps y...
Donut Shop opens on Gertrude Street
What do you get if you cross a ramen shop with a fish and chip shop? Donut Shop.
That's not a joke by the way; it's just a factual statement. The t...
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...
Saba Ethiopian Restaurant
The best part about eating at Saba Ethiopian Restaurant (apart from the delicious food) was hearing Saba Alemayoh explain how difficult it is getting recipes...
Truck Stop Deluxe
Truck stops, generally, are places trucks stop on the way through to somewhere else. They're not places you ride your bike for 20 minutes then catch a tr...
Club-Mate available at Lazerpig
Burn your pyjamas people - you’ll never need to sleep again. The Pig has started stocking “Berlin’s most famous soft drink”, the one that has 20mg of caffein...
Cheese dreams become reality at Maker & Monger
We found the best way to eat cheese: melted by a magical machine, on top of potatoes and pickles, dusted with paprika. The cheese is called Raclette and the ...
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...
“Who is Mr Wednesday? For some he is legend, the basis of song and folktale alike. A mystery to be unveiled. For others he is merely a neighbour, a fri...
You know when you’re craving a parma but you don’t have time for a sit down meal? Wouldn’t it be great if you could eat a parma on the move? No, I’m not abou...
Kuu, South Melbourne
You’d probably pass on a taco hybrid unless you were stoned. Taco doughnuts and waffle tacos are the stuff of 3am hallucinations and the wet dreams of the Ta...
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...
I had my doubts about Heartbreaker. The idea of a dark, beer-and-spirits bar run by the team from the Everleigh seemed to me like an uncomfortable combinatio...
Long Street Coffee's kitchen now open!
Hey, I'm not sure if you remember my rant about social enterprise cafe Long Street Coffee and their search for the perfect chef to help train up refugees...
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