Friday 25th April
Surfing on a Narrative (Next) Wave Surfing on a Narrative (Next) Wave
The Next Wave Festival is bringing contemporary art to the public in ingenious ways.
A Day at Brae A Day at Brae
This long weekend, why not finally treat yourself at Dan Hunter's new restaurant in the Otways? With the team working daily between the kitchen garden and the restaurant, your food never travels far from patch to plate. Here's a peek inside a typical day.
Renegade Pub Football League Renegade Pub Football League
The competition’s origins may be hazy, but in the shadows of the big-ticket AFL sits a footy league that’s as grassroots as they come. Crack a cold beer and cheer from the sidelines this Sunday.
Getting Down at Boogie 8
Getting Down at Boogie 8
The smallest, kindest and most fun festival you’ll attend, Boogie is all about friendly people, crazy costumes, bonfires, fairy lights, soup until the wee hours of the morning and killer live music. Our photographer Laura May Grogan captured the good vibes of Boogie 8 over the Easter long weekend (she’s still partially covered in glitter).
Win a Table for Four at The Lucas Group's Kong Win a Table for Four at The Lucas Group's Kong
The team behind Chin Chin and Baby Cafe Pizzeria are opening their next restaurant, Kong, this May. In collaboration with Mercedes-Benz we have 12 tables of four to give away so you can try Kong with three of your friends before it opens.
Harper & Blohm Cheesemongers in the West

Specialty cheesemonger Harper & Blohm brings the best in Australian and international cheeses to Essendon’s Prince Wine Store.

Wang Gongxin: From Oil Painter to Video Art Pioneer

The “godfather of Chinese video art” started as a painter. In his new exhibition at NGV, he shows how he never really gave it up.

For Pleasure and for Purpose

Aesop’s Pleasure and Purpose display in Myer's Bourke Street windows offers a refreshingly playful outlook on beauty and the science of olfaction.

Hawk and Hunter Anzac Day: Who's Staying Open
No need to wander around aimlessly this public holiday in search of coffee or a decent meal.
Master Desserts with Cafe Rosamond’s Pierre Roelofs Master Desserts with Cafe Rosamond’s Pierre Roelofs
To celebrate four years of dessert evenings at Cafe Rosamond, Pierre Roelofs is sharing what he knows in a special online masterclass series.
Gin Fizzes and Gumbo at Huey Long’s Gin Fizzes and Gumbo at Huey Long’s
What’s a po’ boy without some gin to wash it down? Head to Huey Long’s, a New Orleans-inspired dive bar out the back of Smith Street’s Po’ Boy Quarter.
Passing with Frying Colours Passing with Frying Colours
With a full traditional menu and tongue firmly in cheek, Frying Colours is sweeping up Korean food enthusiasts in Kensington and beyond.
Clever Polly Does Wine, Naturally Clever Polly Does Wine, Naturally
North Melbourne gets a smart new local. Clever Polly's champions natural wine, craft beer and good food.
Living is Easy with Eyes Closed The Spanish Film Festival is Back
Do you dream of Barcelona and beyond? The Spanish Film Festival is back for its 17th run and is bigger than ever.
Uniqlo: Melbourne's Newest Fashion Giant Uniqlo: Melbourne's Newest Fashion Giant
The cult Japanese retailer has opened its debut Australian store at Emporium Melbourne.
Bocce, Beers and Buffalo Mozzarella at Pallino Bocce, Beers and Buffalo Mozzarella at Pallino
Pallino Bar & Bocce joins Thornbury’s new wave with classic cocktails and an old-school sport.

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