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'We Saw It Before You' opening
No Good Monthly presents Fatti Frances, Zayd Thring, Tom Henderson, and B Deep
Black Market pop-up
Shortstop Coffee & Donuts
Shuggie's Sweet Revenge
Ryan Kenny prints
A mixtape by Miss Destiny
Paradise Pizza Party mix by Mark W Free
Nicholas Allbrook, 'Ganough, Wallis and Fatuna'
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
Matthew Hurst and guests, 'The Casual Cyclist's Guide to Melbourne'
Oyster's 20th Anniversary 'Down Under' Issue
Ian McEwan, ‘The Children Act’
Craft Victoria Pop Up Shop
Monchereamie at Dagmar Rousset
Becoming a pod person in a Metronap Sleep Pod
September Openings at Seventh
Listening Party #1 with Beaches, Pikelet, and Gurner
Lavazza Italian Film Festival
What We Do in the Shadows
Riding through a semi-industrial area of South Melbourne on my way to Mine Escape, I felt a bit like I was about to make a cameo appearance in the next insta...
Becoming a pod person in a Metronap Sleep Pod
Pod people of the future, join me. We'll dream side by side. We'll dream of turquoise seas and freshly-laundered towels. Forget your emails, they can...
There is only one thing in the world cuter than a dingo puppy - and that's two dingo puppies! Yani and Maliki, two dingo puppy sisters are now at Healesv...
FOCUS: Camera Swap Meet and Zine Fair
You know what you should do with that camera that's been sitting on your shelf for two years? Trade it in at a camera swap/meet.
Cat Café Melbourne
No words. Not even internet memes. Melbourne now has its own Cat Café.
Cat Café is great for those of us who can't afford to keep our own cats, or need...
Open House Melbourne
Riding home through the suburbs of the inner city, there are some buildings that I always notice more than others. Open House gives us the opportunity to see...
How to nail Christmas in July
Christmas in Australia might be the most obvious example of our ingrained desire to be wholesome American sitcom families fighting against the natural limita...
Domestique Tour de France Pop-up Bar & Cinema
One of the greatest gifts of this modern society we live in has to be the MAMIL (Middle Aged Man In Lyrca, per the advert). I realise this is a contentious v...
Cut your own hair
Hairdressers charge exorbitant sums for what usually amounts to two weeks of hat-wearing, and y'know, that ain't it. Things are dire right now, money...
The Percy Grainger Museum
“It is only a lopsided civilisation, mad on specialisation, that scares the 'tame cats' of humanity into abandoning their natural right to an a...
Dark MOFO Tops and Bottoms
Sunn O))) pump so much hellfire smoke into the Odeon Theatre someone actually calls the fire brigade (I'm almost convinced the firemen are performa...
The Poor Loser's Guide To Wine
Wine is great, but you are broke, and no-one ever taught you your shiraz from your pinot grigio. Time to quit your twice-weekly from-the-bottle binging? HELL...
Clip n Climb
Clip n Climb isn't just for kids. The instructors assured us many walls are equipped with hold-spacings and difficulty levels that align with internation...
Vanishing Elephant guide to the World Cup
As one of our two favourite hosts of The Bugle, John Oliver would say, “I am both excited and extremely conflicted about it“. Protests in Brazil, alleg...
Keppel Falls isn't Victoria's largest waterfall. It isn't even Victoria's most impressive, or it's zoomiest. But if you want lazy little ...
Emerging Writers' Festival
The Melbourne-based Emerging Writers' Festival is back again this year - duh - with another stellar program all planned out. Thousand Pound Bend serves a...
National Rhododendron Garden
Welcome to the National Rhododendron Garden of Australia, “please walk on the grass, touch the plants and smell the scents.” (Seriously, you shou...
How to have fun after the budget
If you've seen any form of social media over the last 24 hours, you might have an inkling that the budget was announced recently! Woo! It is a great time...
Only Melbourne claim to, on average, receive one UFO sighting report per week. This suggests that Melbourne is a hotbed of alien activity - so if you see som...
Live Below The Line
“World is fukt” was an ingenious summary thanks to some delightfully breezy editing at the Australian Financial Review. Let us continue to simpli...
If ever you want to call timeout on life and the things in it (ie: housemates, public transport, the fact you don't own a decent raincoat) and your jaunt...
Warning: chestnut picking is extremely time-sensitive and dangerous. Mainly because of the spiky burrs that cover the outside of the nut, but also because th...
Card games that don't suck
Things are getting to look pretty grim outside. You may want to hibernate in bed with caramelised popcorn and Gilmore Girls or whatever. It's not a terri...
Two-Up: A Guide
Fine, so there hasn't been much for Australians to be proud of in recent months. Between Rolf Harris, Andrew Bolt and Scott Morisson, we're copping s...
Drunk Board Games
Was your family the kind who sat around Sunday nights drinking Nesquik and cheerily squabbling over a game of Monopoly? Or were you an only child, cursed wit...
The Black Sheep’s Guide To Easter
Easter’s a weird holiday. If you’re not particularly religious, and have long gotten over the novelty of buying your own Crème Eggs, you'll know that the...
Putting on a Show in Your Backyard
First you'll need a PA. Ask Facebook. You probably know someone nice enough to lend you a PA, seeing as you already know folks nice enough to play in you...
World Record Store Day 2014 Roundup
Turns out people still need tangible, collectable and warp-able music in their lives. They want to browse for it, ask someone about it, pick it up, dust it o...
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