No longer content making clothing for other shops, Elwood Apparel has created one of its own. And it’s a beauty.
Today’s designers are about as likely to be solving the world’s problems as they are doodling logos. This event, the largest gathering of designers in the country, might be just what we need.
Melbourne is a ‘United Nations City of Literature’. We’re not sure what that means, but we suspect the Wheeler Centre’s public lecture series has a lot to do with it.
You don’t need a backyard to have a garden. Just a few plants and some string.
They say you shouldn't cry over spilt milk, but what about beer? Depends on the beer.
Distinctly different from his pioneering mumblecore films, Andrew Bujalski's latest flick is a unique, clever, concept-driven comedy.
With roasteries everywhere from Auckland to London, Allpress Espresso doesn't do things by halves. We spoke to Michael Allpress himself about their latest, NASA-sized roastery in Melbourne.
Polyester Records has been part of the cultural fabric of Melbourne for 30 years. To celebrate, they're throwing Polyfest, a day of local and international music and bands that embody what has made the store so terrific.
Chris Badenoch has spent years pushing good beer, from selling exotic imports to cooking with the stuff on telly and opening the beer-centric restaurant, Josie Bones.
The Independent Photography Festival is ready to launch this weekend in Melbourne, bringing more exhibitions, awards and parties than you can poke a lens at.
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