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Chill and Spice Festival
Prahran Market Cheese Festival
Doona Waves, Pleather Purrs and Lazertits
A review of the neon sign outside Hot Sauce
Krass Journal x Jungles Jungles tee
Yippywhippy online store
Phoebe Paradise’s 'Lockout' collection
A mixtape by Lower Plenty
A mixtape by Bored Nothing
An interview with Dominic Talarico
Format Framing x The Thousands photo comp
An interview with Anna Kristensen
Lynette Wallworth, 'Collisions'
Perfect smashed avo on toast
Save your celery from the inevitable
Repair your fridge with CD cases
An interview with Bridie Gillman
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once and For All: How to use a semicolon, with David Astle
Win a copy of 'Drawing Funny' by Oslo Davis
Tait Ischia, 'Copywrong to Copywriter'
Olivia Grbac, 'Shit People At Gigs'
Limb store opens IRL
Special Request Records
Paradise Structures pop-up shop
Bouldering at the Lactic Factory
~ The Thousands Horoscopes ~ Libra season (24th Sept – 23rd Oct)
Some key phrases to help you seem like a dedicated footy fan
Schoolhouse Studios Spring Clean launch
Donny Benet, Broadway Sounds and Gonzo Jones at the John Curtin
c3 group show
Win tickets to the Greek Film Festival
Chevalier at ACMI
Bouldering at the Lactic Factory
Bouldering is basically rock climbing without the ropes and harnesses tugging at your nether regions. Which sounds very Stallone but it's not. It differs...
~ The Thousands Horoscopes ~ Libra season (24th Sept...
That Facebook post going around telling you that the star signs have ‘changed’? It’s wrong. Your star sign is exactly the same as it’s been your whole life. ...
Some key phrases to help you seem like a dedicated f...
You don't really care about footy yet you've somehow found yourself standing in front of a plasma screen surrounded a heaving mass of Grand Final exc...
Garage Sale Trail registration is open!
At last year's Garage Sale Trail I bought a gold leotard because I was optimistic about my impending summer bod and unrealistic about potential overthink...
Going to the Royal Melbourne Show by yourself as an ...
The Royal Melbourne Show is pram-jammed celebration of agriculture and national myth-making that they've fed manic amounts of sugar, hoisted onto a dirt ...
Clay shooting at the Melbourne Gun Club
Guns have been getting a pretty bad rap of late. To be fair, a lot of people have been getting shot. And while you mostly hear about the tragedies in America...
That VR Joint
Office life can be a real drainer. The classic desk distractions are of little comfort. Those four suspended chrome balls that everyone have actually make qu...
I'm just going to put it on the table. In the period between 1992 and 1999 I engaged in some rollerblading. Ok not some, a lot of rollerblading. I might ...
Liquid Architecture is kind of a big deal. I mean that in a few ways. Firstly, it's really important in the sound art and design realm in Australia. It b...
You know when you discover something, seemingly hidden away but actually way bigger and more incredible than you realised, and you feel silly for not ever kn...
The Ultimate Father’s Day Weekend Road Trip
Sometime around 2014, I became the resident Dad at The Thousands. The young folk even referred to me as “Office Dad” and asked me to pick them up from things...
Adult Colouring: cooler than we thought
A girl in our office, let’s call her Zahna, used to bang on about her adult colouring posters all the time. Met with a lot of snarkiness and eye rolls from e...
Pokemon Go taught me how to conjure real life bubble...
I grew up near the sea so I've always had a strong affinity with water Pokemon. I'd often have this secret dream where I'd wander the shores of C...
The most Wuthering Heights day ever
Do you like dance through mist along the moors? Heathcliff might be a jerk but it feels good to close your eyes feel that wind in your hair doesn't it. N...
Dark Mofo 2016, tops bottoms (and middles)
Brendan Suppression climbed to the top of the Odeon Theatre, stood in the spotlight and delivered the final lines of 'Precious Rose' (very punk...
The undeniable benefits of knitting
You drink your second cup of coffee and watch a beam of sunlight cut through the shades onto the woven twine basket where you keep your knitting gear. Your l...
Hidden down Meyers Place is Onsen Ma, a Japanese-style bathhouse where you can sink into tranquil forty degree water and stream away your stress in a sauna. ...
Stop Grammar Time
If you're Gen X or younger in Victoria chances are you have a diminished grasp on grammar (compared to your parents anyway). Why? It was dropped from pri...
The best places in Melbourne to take a mirror selfie
I was 16 and on holiday with my family. In the hallway of our hotel there was a mirror about two meters tall inside an intricate gold frame. Lush. I took a p...
An interview with my Granny
A lot of people see Mother's Day as a heteronormative swindle perpetuated by florists and scone vendors. And that's valid. It's easy to be cynica...
Radiohead reveal how the arts community can benefit ...
The budget is in! Turns out the mining boom is over and we don't have enough money to stop the savage cuts to the arts sector. But it's all going to ...
Take these 5 easy steps into a perfect autumn day
You don't need to travel out of the city to have a life-affirming Autumnal Experience. You could kick and frolic your way down any street that's line...
Vertigo, wonder and sogginess at the inaugural Rose ...
On Saturday night at Rose Quartz Festival, I found myself staring up at the galaxy-clad sky. The glow of bright stars and clusters of smaller, weaker stars s...
Visiting a winter wonderland on an unseasonably hot ...
There's this big mural of the Night's King from Game of Thrones on the outside wall of Ice Bar Melbourne. For those of you who don't watch GoT, t...
A report from the inaugural Gaytimes Festival
So um, everyone who was at Gaytimes this weekend did a fabulous job at making the very first queer camping festival an incredible one. The music was on poin...
Golden Plains roundup 2016: tops and bottoms
Listening to the Necks perform experimental jazz at 11am after spending the night before subjecting your nervous system horrible abuse. You close your ...
Lake Lysterfield is past suburbia but not yet in the country. On the drive out the houses, apartments and warehouses are slowly replaced by green hills, vine...
Win tickets to the inaugural Gaytimes Festival
This March, on a small pink and sparkly patch of land in rural Victoria our very first queer camping festival will occur. Ah and the headliner? Paul Mac!!! A...
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