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Drag Brunch Sundays at The Smith

Move over boring brunches! Combining some of our favourite things in life (brunch, booze and drag), The Smith’s weekly Drag Brunch is a glittery antidote to boring breakfasts. My plus one and I arrived at a very non-brunch time of…

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What we’re Sipping this Summer: November Drinks News

Holy Shucks: Society Launches Gin In Collaboration With Never Never Distilling Co McLaren Vale’s very own Never Never Distilling Co. have created an Oyster Shell Gin in collaboration with the recently launched Society, (80 Collins Street, Melbourne). Inspired by the Australian…

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Online Escape Room Experience Isklander Launches in Australia

Hands up if you have also grown tired of Netflix and badly-run Tuesday night Zoom trivia during lockdown? We have just the group activity for you! Reimagining the escape room and choose your own adventure stories of your childhood, Isklander…

Guided Wild Turkey Tastings with Matthew McConaughey

Being in lockdown during a world-wide pandemic has lead to many great innovations in home delivery, remote learning and virtual communities. One thing I certainly didn’t expect to be able to do from my own back yard was to learn…

WellRead: the solution to your book-related needs

Over the past 18 months, I have felt more tired than ever before, which feels ironic, since I’m spending significantly less time travelling to work. For me, like for many Australians, this comes from emotional fatigue, a sense of tiredness…

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MIFF streams into your living rooms this lockdown

Confidence in anything during a pandemic is no mean feat. After setting the benchmark in 2020 with the online-only MIFF 68 1/2, MIFF (Melbourne International Film Festival), our beloved MIFF is back streaming into homes across the country. The only uncertainty is…

It’s Sticker Time with Stickii Club!

One of the things I missed during our long lockdown, like most of us, was travel, whether that be to other parts of the world, or other parts of Australia. To deal with it, I did what many of us…