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Readers: 90760
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Articles: 193
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My WeekendNotes - 193
I'd been hankering to try out Nantucket Charcoal Kitchen & Bar since it opened at Indooroopilly Shopping Centre in 201... [more]
Battling a list of food intolerances as long as your arm? Special dietary requirements getting you down? Eating gluten... [more]
Veganism isn't just a diet. It's also a way of life. And so when the inaugural Brisbane Vegan Festival 2015 is held a ... [more]
We're sitting in a fragrant, light-filled space, spooning jam and cream onto fresh scones and sipping on a blend of lo... [more]
With menus disguised as ration books, walls festooned with wartime slogans such as 'Dig for Victory', an old-fashioned... [more]
One of the best ways to test the timbre of a place is to visit during a lull in service. The wait staff are cooling th... [more]
From peak hour traffic to mind-numbing jobs, we all have our own everyday circles of hell to contend with. Which is pe... [more]
24/09/2015 - 10/10/2015
With its rich red soils and warm year-round climate, the Bundaberg region is one of the country's most prolific food p... [more]
05/09/2015 - 13/09/2015
The red hot popularity of 'celebrities without makeup' stories just goes to show that people like Emma Stone, Kim Kard... [more]
19/08/2015 - 22/08/2015
Vedic astrology. Yin yoga with healing sounds. Sacred dance. Intuitive unwinding. Mindfulness meditation. Sanskrit pro... [more]
03/10/2015 - 04/10/2015
Choked with criminal matters and commercial disputes, the law courts are the last place you'd expect to find an exhibi... [more]
01/08/2015 - 16/10/2015
Want to satisfy your Wanderlust without leaving the sunshine state? Descending upon the Sunshine Coast's Novotel Twin ... [more]
15/10/2015 - 18/10/2015
Artist Joanna Davies was the original free range child. Growing up on 30 wild acres in Brookfield, Davies lived with h... [more]
02/07/2015 - 08/08/2015
If you've ever wielded a selfie stick, claimed credit for a colleague's work, or spread rumours to boost your own soci... [more]
20/07/2015 - 26/07/2015
Feel like kicking these freezing cold mornings to the curb? Winter might have wrapped its icy grey mitts around Brisba... [more]
30/06/2015 - 16/08/2015
When Brian Hatch was asked how long it took him to paint his award-winning entry in this year's exhibition by The Cath... [more]
03/07/2015 - 06/07/2015
Are you lonesome tonight? Walking on with hope in your heart? Planning on slipping on (or stepping on) some blue suede... [more]
10/07/2015 - 19/07/2015
Fancy getting a buttery Brie, peppery Cheddar or pungent Roquefort on your fork? Debuting at the Teneriffe Festival th... [more]
Looking for an atmospheric lunch destination, or a spot to blow off some steam at the end of the working day? One dest... [more]
Some of them throw luscious black clay, others sculpt human forms and faces, still others create thickly-textured pots... [more]
04/07/2015 - 05/07/2015
Ask Museum of Brisbane Director, Peter Denham, about his favourite pieces in the new William Bustard: Painting with li... [more]
19/06/2015 - 31/01/2016
It's a functional object that most pedestrians hastily step over without a second thought. Yet Brisbane artist Dennis ... [more]
24/06/2015 - 27/06/2015
In terms of setting the culinary world ablaze, shopping centre food courts usually don't have much to offer. But stumb... [more]
Ever wondered about the heritage that lies hidden within the beautiful old houses in New Farm? From the cultural hub of ... [more]
In my imagination, I floated onto the ice with glacial composure, and performed a perfect upright spin. In reality, I ... [more]
26/06/2015 - 26/07/2015
Anyone mind if I start with dessert? Nope, didn't think so. Diners sometimes approach the sweet stuff as a guilty afte... [more]
Covering an area of around 1,727,000 square kilometres, Queensland is almost five times the size of Japan, seven times... [more]
It was Hippocrates, one of the towering figures within the history of medicine, who is believed to have first said, 'L... [more]
It increases flexibility, strengthens and tones muscles, balances hormones, cleanses the internal organs, calms the mi... [more]
Some tales are so steeped in sorcery that they cannot help but demonstrate supernatural staying power. Medea by Euripi... [more]
30/05/2015 - 20/06/2015
It's been described as Cirque du Soleil on acid. Addictive, adults-only, left-of-centre entertainment. Sexy, racy, ris... [more]
I'm blindfolded, stumbling down a corridor, my hands on the shoulders of the woman in front of me. Our mobile phones h... [more]
A laneway location, theatrical bar, and custom-built oven hailing from Naples. An extensive wine list, attentive staff... [more]
One of the best ways to become intimately acquainted with an area - to feel its pulse, to hear its secrets - is by tra... [more]
01/05/2015 - 03/05/2015
Feel like adding a bit of culture to your usual Friday night fare? A new five-lecture series offered by Brisbane's All... [more]
Diners at West End's delicious new Italian-inspired Pizzartist by Holloway are in debt to the ancient civilisations of... [more]
I arrive at my first beginner botanic drawing lesson with a fully-stocked pencil case and a vague hope that my amateur... [more]
A glass bowl full of fortune cookies is calling my name as I check in at the new-look Jupiters Hotel & Casino at Broadbe... [more]
Ferries, trains and buses can be a great way to explore Brisbane and beyond. But if you really want to feel the sun on... [more]
It starts with scampi, lightly seared, served with foie gras, shreds of apple and a sprinkling of mizuna flowers. My c... [more]
Ever fantasised about running away to join the circus? A Eumundi circus training school, offering flying trapeze lessons... [more]
South East Queensland is home to some of the state's biggest dives. Dive pools, that is. From the Gold Coast Aquatic C... [more]
Mark Chopper Read once said, 'Posh people love gangsters'. Thus, in his inimitable style, he captured the contemporary f... [more]
27/02/2015 - 04/04/2015
From facelifts to lunchtime botox injections, humans have long sought the elusive fountain of youth. But what if we co... [more]
It's a kaleidoscope of colour, a cacophony of sound, a symphony for the tastebuds. I'm talking about West End's legend... [more]
It's the health-conscious worker's holy grail: making evening meals materialise without ringing the local takeaway sto... [more]
A few fascinating facts about coffee: It wasn't always a legal drug. Members of the clergy tried to ban its entry into... [more]
The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying has been described as a spiritual classic, 'a gentle, humane and eloquent guide'... [more]
From Muriel's Wedding, The Wedding Crashers and Four Weddings and a Funeral! through to The Wedding Singer, Father of ... [more]
Stumbling through the doors of The Getting' Place in a desperate search for coffee en route to a morning meeting, I ... [more]
Enceladus shoot particles into space. Image courtesy Museum of Science, Boston." wrap="0" title="moons planetarium myste... [more]
06/01/2015 - 25/01/2015
It seems an unlikely spot for a yoga studio: a short stroll from the pub, atop a kebab shop and accessible only via a ... [more]
It's been eight years since Australian Outback Spectacular unveiled its first show in an enormous purpose-built indoor... [more]
All the usual suspects are here: chocolate, coffee, vanilla and a bracing lemon sorbet. But so too are flavours which ... [more]
Papermaking could be seen as a lost art, but for one glorious month this Summer, an exhibition at Redcliffe City Art G... [more]
11/12/2014 - 17/01/2015
Christmas cooking can be supremely pleasurable, but if you're short on time, money or inspiration, it can feel burdens... [more]
It's a site which has hosted high profile tennis tournaments including eight Australian Opens, as well as concerts f... [more]
When I worked in London's Square Mile, one of my favourite lunchtime indulgences involved slipping into a nearby win... [more]
Queensland's textile and surface design artists are busy gathering up the threads of this year's work and weaving them... [more]
When I arrive at Petrie Terrace's newest offering Hops Scotch and Beans for lunch, roasting coffee beans are sending ... [more]
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