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The best pubs for watching the AFL Grand Final
Vintage Warehouse Sale
Tropical Fever at Ferdydurke
Donut Shop opens on Gertrude Street
The definitive ranking of Arnott’s Shapes flavours
Nothing, the new erotica and anime inspired fashion label
Beci Orpin print toilet paper
Jaakko Eino Kalevi's tour van mixtape
IO mix us some of their formative tunes
Jack Colwell, 'Only When Flooded Could I Let Go'
Turns out all art history lessons should be narrated by Tom Waits (a video art playlist by Kate Mitchell)
An occasionally unnerving video art playlist from Heath Franco
Matt Prest 'Running Up a Skyscraper'
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
Mini Comic of the Month
Strine Whine Issue #3
Independent publishers show us their weird bookshelf selections
Good Vibes Yoga
P.A.M.'s new home
Ride into the fantasy of a modernist bohemia
Sarah Kelk’s Creative Corners
Liquid Architecture and Channels present Two Party State
Pub Footy, final round of 2015
CCP fundraiser opening
The Diary of a Teenage Girl
The Look of Silence
Good Vibes Yoga
Short of spending a sunny morning on grassy patch next to a trickling waterfall, Good Vibes seems to me (a total novice) like the best possible environment t...
In the last year, with the disappearance of several unique and beloved local shops (Dagmar Rousset and, more recently, Pet Shop Girls) coinciding with the op...
P.A.M.'s new home
When I was a teenager my friends and I used to go into the city after school just to lurk around the Someday Store on level two of Curtin House. We could nev...
Home-work x Radical Yes shop-in-shop
Radical Yes design shoes you can walk all day in and click your heels in when necessary. They're popping up in much-loved local design and textiles studi...
Grey Gardens Projects
Sometimes going to see a film can be a bit of a P in the A. You’re either in a shopping centre paying approximately a thousand dollars to see a blockbuster a...
Guild of Objects
Every week we try to fill our events calendar with the best workshops we can find. Lately, any of the 'Clay Social' classes run out the back of Guild...
Dressing comfortably in Richmond usually means fashioning your Tigers scarf into a hat or staying in your gym clothes all day. But with the arrival of FME Ap...
Vinyl Space Records & Collectables
Rag on International Record Store Day all you want; how major labels have co-opted the vinyl revival for their own corporate interests and bottlenecked the f...
Here & Far pop-up homewares shop
If you’ve ever started an Etsy search at ‘Moroccan cushion’ and ended up, three hours later, on — oh, I don’t know — ‘used novel by TAO LIN complete with Org...
Getting your hair done obviously isn't just about getting your hair done, it's about spending time with another human in a comfortable place that sme...
One Fine Print Pop-Up Showcase
Walls look terrible bald (echoes of previous tenants, cracks that remind us of the shifting sands under our very feet, mould) which is why we cover them. At ...
When we first met Angie and Marcus through their home business Local Organics, the organic pseudo-grocer they were running out of their backyard in East Brun...
Kinobi x Radical Yes pop up shop
Kinobi are all about beautiful, functional and ethical clothing. Radical Yes design shoes you can walk all day in and click your heels in when necessary. The...
BP (Bikes Please)
The westerly blows your sweat-sodden locks around the hard plastic of your helmet, you squint down the length of the river and drive your legs hard, cranking...
Dust's underground location immediately evokes an archeological feel. Though theirs is a future-archeology beckoning visitors to stimulate the five sense...
Lygon St Nursery Pop Up Store at Curtin House
Plants are such a good gift option. They can be nice and neutral enough to give as an obligatory Kris Kringle type thing. Or, if you go to the trouble of mat...
The best places to buy cans before Meredith
Meredith. The one weekend of the year you can't cook on your camp stove, chill on your beanbag, or drink your ale from glass. But fret not. Thoughtful bo...
DUST store opening
New high-concept label and retail space DUST is opening on Saturday and wants to “engender a constant now”, which is an admirable ambition in the...
Plug Seven Pops Up on Smith St
Do you want an original pressing of Neil Young's Trans? His misunderstood masterpiece from 1983 when he had a bit of a midlife crisis and decided to soun...
Limedrop Loves Kinobi pop-up launch
Online fashion store, Kinobi (def: the amalgamation of function and beauty) are getting physical at Limedrop's Cathedral Arcade store.
Up until Christm...
COS store opening tomorrow
COS, H&M's cool older sister, is making its Australian debut tomorrow and opening the doors to its Melbourne store, which has been months in the maki...
The Fox Darkroom
Photo of brunch. Selfie. Sunset. Legs at beach/next to pool. Selfie. Latte art. Selfie. Text message conversation between friends. Aeroplane wing. Nail art. ...
Pieces 4 Places
Doesn't buying homewares make you feel like such an adult? La-de-dah look at me with my newly-acquired angora throw. Nobody needs to know that you woke u...
Pet Shop Girls open new store
The ever-formidable fashion legends over at Pet Shop Girls have again defied their brothers and moved (north) east from their previous home in Curtin Haus to...
Verner flagship store
We need not introduce you to Ingrid Verner. She's been making the clothes you've been seeing on bodies around town for the past few years (and former...
John Yuyi swimsuits at RBK online
Is your life lacking in appropriate weirdness? Well, friends, your life will be boring no longer after you track the progress of Melbourne-based online store...
Sunday Morning Designs pop-up shop
We've all been stuck in a David Jones on Christmas Eve, questioning everything we know and love, leaving with impulse purchases, a disdain for consumeris...
Kajsa and Kate, brains behind local label APOM (A Part of Me), have spent the last couple of years designing some pretty sweet threads. Over time, a selectio...
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