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I'm studying Philosophy at the University of Melbourne.

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My WeekendNotes - 175 - Page 3
Sydney's a city with a vibrant food culture. It's not all-over-the-place like Melbourne or parochial like most of the re... [more]
In today's profit-oriented society, it's all too easy to switch off and coast through the week in a grey haze. Even the... [more]
In the same way that pets and owners come to resemble each other, the kind of coffee shop and the neighbourhood it's in ... [more]
It's common to feel terrible after a big night out. Drinking plenty of water and pacing your drinks always sound like a... [more]
Melbourne is, by all accounts, a rainy city. The beaches are only bearable for a few weeks each year and the people ten... [more]
With Spring on its way, the flowers are starting to come out all around Melbourne. The Botanic Gardens is filling with ... [more]
Melbourne's a city with a great food culture. We've got restaurants to suit anybody, food styles from all over the worl... [more]
The Stories From Clay exhibition is an upcoming display of ceramic sculpture at the Alcaston Gallery at 11 Brunswick St.... [more]
04/10/2011 - 21/10/2011
The Central Club Hotel, on 293 Swan St, is a lounge bar known for its live music. Do you hate it when bands play in sta... [more]
Along with cafés, restaurants are scattered thickly throughout Melbourne. Whether hidden in alleyways or paraded at the... [more]
Mount Donna Buang is a popular hiking, trail biking and family outing spot. It's also only 80km away from Melbourne, wh... [more]
Don't like Federation Square? That's okay, nobody does. Still, it's better than some of the other proposals for a stri... [more]
30/08/2011 - 27/02/2012
The Organic Expo and Green Show is an exhibition aimed at celebrating real food and healthy lifestyles in the city. Hel... [more]
15/10/1992 - 16/10/2011
Equinox Cafe & Bar looks great from the outside. Nestled next to Melbourne Central on Elizabeth St, its trendy outside ... [more]
Colour My Alibi is, appropriately, about colour. Vivid, kaleidoscopic, and bold, artists Ry David Bradley, Adele Daniel... [more]
26/08/2011 - 10/09/2011
Not to be confused with the grittier Palace Theatre, the Palais Theatre in St Kilda is a common venue for live music. I... [more]
Queen Victoria Market - or just 'Vic Market' - is an iconic Melbourne feature. It's the largest open-air market in the ... [more]
The Corner Hotel is a Melbourne fixture, well known for its expansive rooftop area and riotous trivia. It's a reliable ... [more]
Let's come right out and say it: Lot 6 Cafe might just offer the best coffee in Melbourne University. The only serious ... [more]
Most people eat more meat than is healthy for them. This is especially true when eating in restaurants, where meat is l... [more]
University pubs are awful – full of cheap beer, grubby furniture and rowdy students, right? Well, not necessarily: Tsub... [more]
Money troubles and romance are both, unfortunately, known for striking without warning. What do you do if you've got a ... [more]
For vegetarians eating out, it can often be a challenge to find anything palatable on the menu at all. Luckily, Melbour... [more]
Gopal's Vegetarian Restaurant is located near Crossways Food For Life on Swanston St, and like Crossways, Gopal's is run... [more]
Crossways is a difficult place to characterize. It can't be a café, since it doesn't serve coffee or anything resemblin... [more]
When it comes to lunchtime, most of us try and pop in a quick nirvana before going back to work or study. We're looking... [more]
When most people imagine Mexican food, they imagine mounds of spicy beef. Beans and tomato might be in there somewhere ... [more]
What distinguishes a Melbourne coffee shop from other coffee shops? (And no, Starbucks doesn't count.) Three things: a... [more]
For those of us who don't know ballroom dancing and can't tell our cravat from our cummerbund, a classic date is dinner ... [more]
Most Asian restaurants in Melbourne occupy the middle ground between traditional ethnic food and Westernised meals. Ther... [more]
Don't judge a book by its cover – Bimbo, at the corner of Brunswick St and Rose St, has nothing to do with scantily-clad... [more]
Everyone's got an opinion on what the best parts of this city are. Whether it's the best café or the best pub, most die... [more]
Situated at 767 Nicholson St, Bar Fred ignores the fancy trappings of most bars – such as elaborate cocktails or a food ... [more]
Most bars have happy hours, or times during the day when the cheapest beer on tap becomes even cheaper. Some bars have ... [more]
Looking at the huge array of cafés and restaurants around Degraves St, it's hard to decide where to eat. Café Andiamo, o... [more]
With the closure and relocation of City Basement Books and the fall of Borders, you could be forgiven for thinking that ... [more]
It seems like every Melbourne pub has a pool table or two. That's fine – if you don't mind long waits, splintered cues ... [more]
For lovers of real Chinese food, Melbourne is frustrating. In parts of the city there are multiple Chinese restaurants ... [more]
The hallmark of a good restaurant is where it sources its food, and Soulfood Café is no exception. At 273 Smith St, it's... [more]
Wherever you are in Melbourne, there's always a café within walking distance. Most claim to have the best coffee, or th... [more]
In our world of fancy coffees and Masterchef-inspired meals, simple food can be hard to find. That's the beauty of Thres... [more]
Yong Green Food is easy to miss. Tucked away in the far end of Brunswick St, the wooden sign that hangs over the front d... [more]
Grumpy's Green is a oddly-named bar. While the second half is right, as the extensive food menu is mostly vegetarian, t... [more]
If you're a coffee lover in Melbourne, chances are you know the Degraves St area well. Places like Degraves Espresso, T... [more]
Crêpes à la Carte is a student-driven crêpe stall in Melbourne University, next to the John Medley building. For those w... [more]
It's easy to get stuck in a rut when eating out. Familiar places have a comforting appeal to them, as do familiar types... [more]
Whether it's your first date or your hundredth, the decision of where you take your partner will set the tone for the en... [more]
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