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A Female Matter
We caught up with Melbourne Craft Cartel founder Casey Jenkins to talk about being a contemporary woman, a crafter and an activist whose chief means of expression is knitted genitalia and all-female fight club.
KeepCup Salutes the Reuser at MICE
With a wash-up station set up at the Melbourne International Coffee Expo this weekend to limit the amount of disposable coffee cups used, KeepCup is saluting the reuser for a charitable cause.
A New Kind of Novel
Get a little closer to existing in a fictional universe with new novel/app The Silent History from former McSweeney’s managing editor and publisher Eli Horowitz.
Co-Pilots of Disco
Amongst their rigorous worldwide touring schedule, Flight Facilities have found time to piece together a bewitching new track, which is making plenty of waves.
Neuw Denim’s Goldmine
We chat with local denim label Neuw about their latest collection, Goldmine, which was inspired by a pair of 1890s miner’s jeans.
We chat to Laura Bannister, Broadsheet contributor and co-editor of new magazine BRACE about the ways of modern media, educated journalism and how editing a magazine between Sydney and New York can work.
Meatball & Wine Bar Rolls into Richmond
Melbourne fell in love with The Meatball & Wine Bar when it arrived in Flinders Lane. Now we can do it all over again with its new Richmond counterpart.
EWF Q&A: Astrid Lorange
In the final edition of our Emerging Writers’ Festival Q&A series, Astrid Lorange tells us why she is convinced that now is one of the most interesting times in history to be a writer.
EWF Q&A: Romy Ash
With the Emerging Writers’ Festival set to launch tonight, we ask Romy Ash about her writing rituals and learn about the upside of rejection.
St Kilda Film Festival
Back for its 30th year, the St Kilda Film Festival is set to showcase the very best in Australian short films.
Broadsheet’s Melbourne Specialty Coffee Map
On the occasion of the World Barista Championships being held in Melbourne this week, Broadsheet has created a detailed map to help you navigate your way around Melbourne’s finest specialty coffee offerings.
EWF Q&A: Benjamin Law
On the eve of the Emerging Writers’ Festival, we chat to Benjamin Law about the accidental adventures a writing career can take you on, the virtues of self-doubt and how you can never have too much shtick.
Tailor Made Facials
Tucked behind The Woodsfolk in Hawthorn is a small beauty salon for holistic facials and quiet pampering.
Lunch at Hihou
Ditch the standard sandwich and coffee for an exquisite two-course lunch at Japanese-influenced bar Hihou.
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Heading out this week
Warwick Thornton: Mother Courage
Australian Centre for the Moving Image
5th February – 23rd June
Dior and Yamamoto: The New Look
16th March – 28th July
21st March – 7th July
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Mother Shucker's Oyster Hour
Panama Dining Room and Bar