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2:20AM A play about suicide survival

Survival after a suicide loss. You wouldn’t think there was much positive about it. Yet award-winning playwright and Anvil Productions co-Director Rebecca Lister reveals a wellspring of strength inside a group of suicide bereaved who join a writer’s group after the…

Ich Nibber Dibber – inane meets imagination at Malthouse Theatre

I’ll be honest – after reading Malthouse Theatre’s description of Ich Nibber Dibber, I was still unsure what to expect from the production. But I was intrigued. The press release begins with, “imagine switching on a tape recorder and leaving…

A new craft brewery for Collingwood

Collingwood just got craftier! Fixation Brewing’s new tasting room, The Incubator, is now open for business. Friends, family, dogs, beer enthusiasts, and industry pros filled the brewery on opening night to raise a glass in celebration. Managing Partner Tom Delmont…

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Legend- Stories of a Nation serves up Ukrainian delights

Dynamic national stories and traditions told in bright colours, intricate design, and vibrant movement were enjoyed at the end of Lehenda Ukrainian Dance Company’s 2018 national tour of Director Melanie Moravski Dechnicz’s Legend – Stories Of A Nation. An auditorium…

'The Fall' Soars

The Fall Soars

Sometimes the most powerful message can be conveyed in the simplest of terms. When an idea has enough force to carry its own weight simply by its word, it eschews the need for superfluity. Such is the case with The…

Time Out Food Awards: Melbourne Foodies’ Night of Nights

It’s time to celebrate the most impressive and award-winning cuisine our city has to offer. Time Out Melbourne’s Food Awards was the night of nights for Melbourne’s thriving hospitality scene. Culinary experts and industry legends sat alongside local foodies to…

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Bravura performance from a clown for the ages, Scaramouche Jones

A one man play about a clown’s lifetime kept us mesmerised for 80 minutes in brilliant modern classic, Scaramouche Jones. Concerning a loveable rogue and tired stage man, this exquisite piece of millienium’s end writing gives us the clown’s journey…

Barringwood wines at VIN Diemen festival

VIN Diemen – Tasmania’s Finest Wines come to Melbourne

On a surprisingly warm and sunny Melbourne day, my Plus One and I headed to Pure South Dining to experience the VIN Diemen festival for wine and fun. The festival is a showcase of Tasmania’s fine wines and culinary delights. We were…

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MIFF 2018 Film Review: ‘Scary Mother’

Difficult to describe, a pleasure to watch. Sometimes, a movie requires patience. Watching Georgian director Anna Urushadze’s Scary Mother, I kept trying to pinpoint the film’s genre. I would think it was a drama about a stifling marriage, until it…

Veneziano Coffee Launches in Richmond

Coffee lovers, meet your new coffee haven in Richmond. Veneziano Coffee opens in the Veneziano Roastery headquarters with a trendy warehouse style café, tasting room, and training rooms. What more could a caffeine addict want? The River Street headquarters and…