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Posted 23 Mar 2012 @ 9:19am
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Tell us a bit about the history of Pub Cricket and The Yarra Pub Cricket Association?
No one is entirely sure about the origins of Pub Cricket in Fitzroy (lost in the fog of time and beer), but social games have been part of the community history for decades. During the '80s, local pubs such as The Lord Newry, The Old Homestead, The Dan O’Connell and the Marquis of Lorne played each other...

Posted 2 Mar 2012 @ 10:57am
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System Of Venus question Swidgen

 

1. Which super power would you like to have and why?

The power of Magnetism!!!! To control all things Metal.

 

2. If you had to create a '80s or '90s (choose your decade) compilation tape, what would the top five tracks be?

Plastic Bomb POISON IDEA, Little Debbie SURGERY, Fuck 'Em All DWARVES, Another...

Posted 9 Feb 2012 @ 2:46pm
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The first annual Clarkefield Music Festival will see some of Australia’s finest musicians join forces for a common cause, as they raise money to help assist children and their families living in poverty in Cambodia. 

 

All money raised on the day will go directly to building a new school for over one thousand children in the Kampong Thom province of Cambodia. The festival will...

Posted 8 Feb 2012 @ 2:03pm
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Wine lovers, take heed! Since its launch last November, Lupé wines have been shaking up the way we consume wine with their wonderful “class without glass” policy. Yes wine lovers, Lupé has heard your cries and felt your pain. No longer shall you be forced to suffer waterside events, outdoor festivals, or even the common-place picnic without your cherished chosen drop at your disposal...

Posted 19 Sep 2011 @ 2:58pm
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A cocktail adventure through the south seas

 

Ready for a bit of ocean breeze post winter dank?  Here ‘tis!! At the Paris end of Johnston Street, in the heart of the Spanish quarter, enter Melbourne’s newest venue, The LuWOW. Gorgeous cocktails, exquisite rums, amazing decor and 50s 60s 70s vinyl rarities set across two distinct rooms in darkest Fitzroy. Dare you sup from the...

Posted 11 Aug 2011 @ 8:41am
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The 'tyranny of distance' we feel living on the edges of a geographically remote and vast country is often the thing attributed to making Australia, and particularly Melbourne, so culturally and creatively rich.

 

We rely on ourselves and work almost independently in a different season, time zone and hemisphere than most of the developed world, so it makes sense that we've...

Posted 29 Jun 2011 @ 9:49am
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There are 365 days in an average Earth year and a mere 31 in the month of July. If you do the maths, give or take a few decimal places, Dry July only amounts to about nine percent of the year - no biggie. And if you haven't already considered jumping on the sober bus next month (where everyone's a designated driver!) here's one great excuse: you could help raise money to assist adults living...

Posted 21 Jun 2011 @ 10:30am
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THE WOODS OF WINDSOR

 

The wonderful people behind Yellow Bird Café are secretly (not so secret anymore guys!) constructing a new café/restaurant called The Woods Of Windsor. We love their café so we can’t wait to see them try some restauranting out!

 

HOOKED

Fish & Chips – don’t be fooled, you can eat it in Winter, too. Hooked have some of the best fish...

Posted 3 Jun 2011 @ 11:52am
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From Friday June 3 the Good Food & Wine Show comes to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre on the first leg of its 2011 national tour, which will see it take in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, finishing its run in Brisbane. "The inaugural Good Food & Wine Show was staged in Melbourne in 2001 and was headlined by Jamie Oliver. Since then the event has grown to encompass Sydney, Perth(!!) Adelaide...

Posted 3 Jun 2011 @ 11:43am
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The temperature's dropping, the coats are out the scarves are on the gloves are... on. I'm not sure that's how that goes but if perchance your gloves are off, you've lost one perhaps, like a kitten who's lost a mitten, a quite agreeable hand-warmer is a glass of mulled wine. Some say it's for Christmas or Halloween but we say it's for right now. And so it was that Lou Pardi went on a search...

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