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The son of European Jews who moved to Australia to escape the Nazis, Peter Singer studied philosophy in Melbourne before moving to Oxford. He has campaigned against cruelty to animals, […]
Meet the 15 year old Doughnut Prince of Melbourne who is making his mark on Melbourne’s cafe scene.
Shaun Hossack from Juddy Roller – the street art management agency that’s responsible for some of the most epic mural creations in Australia – gives us the lowdown on the world of ‘vandals’ gone good.
Kris Schroeder is the bass player and vocalist for Melbourne band The Basics, and a huge fan of the city he lives in. These are his favourite places.
As a former Winter Olympian, founder and director of Studio PP, Steph Prem knows a thing or two about staying fit and healthy. Here she shares her tips on navigating a healthy weekend in Melbourne.
Commentator, educator, promoter and personality Dan Sims uncovers his favourite things about Melbourne.
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image as part of Melbourne Winter Masterpieces presents “David Bowie is”. A once-in-a-lifetime exhibition charting the genius and legacy of an iconic artist and innovator. Open from
16 July 2015 to 1 November 2015.
This year’s Melbourne’s Writers Festival (21–31 August) will take the human mind to new heights with an abundance of inspiring events and talks featuring over 350 influential writers and thinkers including Sir Salam Rushdie and Chris Hadfield.
Award-winning Michelin Starred Indian chef, restaurateur, and cookbook writer Vikas Khanna – who is also the host of TV show, MasterChef India – visited Melbourne as a guest judge on MasterChef Australia’s series six, currently showing on Channel 10.
The Conservation Ecology Centre on the Great Ocean Road is seeking volunteers to help re-green the surrounding National Park in aid of the local wildlife.
White Nights creative director Andrew Walsh gives us the low down on next years event, and what makes Melbourne such a fitting host to this arts and cultural event.
Discover Victoria’s spooky side with this selection of spine tingling Halloween activities.
Bespoke British tailor Timothy Everest discovers a contemporary take on tradition at Double Monk.
Tom Ding is the founder of Melbourne’s very popular Laneway Learning – cheap, fun classes in anything and everything.