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My WeekendNotes - 93
Six Australian artists are featured at the newly-opened Bunjil Place gallery's first exhibition. Opened only a few month... [more]
24/11/2018 - 24/02/2019
What was the name of the narrator of My Brilliant Career? What was the title of the book that won writer Kim Scott hi... [more]
Looking for something fun to do this coming Saturday February 20th? Then look no further. D.J's Market is launching thei... [more]
HO HO HO - Merry Christmas! Yes, it's nearly that time of year again and what better time to visit D.J's Night Market th... [more]
D.J's Market runs in Lynbrook, Carrum Downs and Narre Warren South, and now is launching in Berwick this coming Saturday... [more]
D.J's Night Market is on again this coming Friday night, 27th November from 5:30pm-9:30pm and is set to be as usual a gr... [more]
D.J's Market is on again this Saturday, 14th November from 9.30-2.30 pm. Dress up in your best spring carnival duds for... [more]
A little over 20 bucks yielded for the two of us: A yum iced coffee A quality cup of Earl Grey And a do... [more]
DJ's Night Market runs on the fourth Friday night of the month at the Lynbrook Community Centre at 2 Harris Street, Lynb... [more]
MOOCS - Massive Open Online Courses - are a thing. Especially for people like me who just love learning but have become... [more]
Iv's Burritos are fat, fresh, and they're stuffed with flavour. Ivan Zarezkij's food truck ranges far and wide, from th... [more]
It's not always easy to know whether a middling theatre experience is due to taste - one woman's meat 'n all that. So... [more]
11/07/2014 - 03/08/2014
Many of us unfortunately know someone - maybe even ourselves - who has experienced cancer. Most likely it's breast, pro... [more]
The Tour de France is about to kick off for another year. Here we go for another round of midwinter supine couch or bed... [more]
29/11/2014 - 07/12/2014
A wise person once told me that intimate couple relationships are the space where we project stuff we find hard to accep... [more]
The proliferation of McMansions suggests that we humans have a tendency to think that bigger is better. But that's no... [more]
Do you have a dream for a business idea and you're considering seeing whether it would survive the birth from your head ... [more]
For people who love the Dandenong Ranges, autumn is a special time to enjoy the area. You've got trees changing colou... [more]
Gulf Station is a fully-functioning pioneer farm at Yarra Glen, in the Yarra Valley. It first began as a fa... [more]
If you're after a little liquid accompaniment to your My Kitchen Rules watching, then maybe the all-new My Drinking Rule... [more]
All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking ~ Friedrich Nietzsche Meandering leads to perfection ~ Lao Tzu A... [more]
You can gauge the success of accommodation by whether you would return. I will definitely return to Tonimbuk Cottage.... [more]
Anxiety - stress on steroids. When it's bad, you're climbing the walls and hovering on the top of the ceiling. Today, ... [more]
If you come across a sick or injured animal in Victoria, it's a stressful situation seeing them suffering and not knowin... [more]
As if CERES Environmental Park wasn't funky enough, with its emphasis on sustainable community, of producing organic, lo... [more]
For the past six years, Bayside City Council has awarded several artists and writers year-long residencies at Billilla... [more]
22/01/2014 - 02/03/2014
Each Sunday evening in February, the Fairfield Amphitheatre will play host to music and dance from around the world. ... [more]
02/02/2014 - 23/02/2014
It's known as the Murray Darling river system and it's massive - it runs through South Australia, New South Wales, the... [more]
"Musicians are sound makers. But that's only half the story: a great musician is also a consummate listener. Being deepl... [more]
25/11/2013 - 27/11/2013
A couple of years ago, Bruce Austin's body broke down. It would have been easier if it had been the heart attack the do... [more]
Last year the End of the Line Festival snaked its way from the ramp at Belgrave train station up into the laneways a... [more]
Call for Submissions Are you an artist with an ecological bent and a taste for the miniature who lives, works or studie... [more]
17/11/2013 - 19/12/2013
Charming is an overused description when it comes to dining spaces, but it's impossible to not wax a leetle lyrical when... [more]
Are you a carer for a person on an ongoing basis - someone with a disability, a chronic illness, or an elderly person? ... [more]
The Belgrave Big Dreams Market births itself into existence on Sunday, November 10, 2013. Set in the lovely surrounds o... [more]
Fairy tales are like psychological roadmaps. Not so much the Disneyfied, shiny, happy-ever-after versions, but the more... [more]
"Writing a diary is a really strange experience for someone like me. Not only because I've never written anything before... [more]
19/10/2013 - 22/12/2013
When I was a kid, I dreamed of digging up treasure in the backyard. Now that I'm an adult, I almost keel over when I he... [more]
This Saturday, 19 October 2013, sees the opening day of the Edward Steichen & Art Deco Fashion exhibition at the NGV Int... [more]
19/10/2013 - 02/03/2014
Sometimes what happens off the field spills onto the field. The Rams are an Aussie Rules club in the AFN, and they're h... [more]
Wanting to learn the safest way to ride your bike alongside them there cars? The City of Port Phillip is running a free... [more]
I left last night's performance of Keira Daley: LadyNerd feeling a little warm, with that fuzzy glow of camaraderie that... [more]
03/10/2013 - 06/10/2013
There are only a few rules to the Swisse Color Run. The first is that whatever sort of a runner you are, you're wel... [more]
Climate change has been in the news recently in the wake of our new Federal Government's decision to scrap the Climate C... [more]
Do you draw? Most of us did as kids, but as we grow up the opportunity for drawing gets smaller. We get busy. And pen... [more]
02/10/2013 - 03/11/2013
If you haven't managed to get tickets to the AFL Grand Final to see Hawthorn defeat Fremantle Hawthorn and Fremantle com... [more]
What do naked fish play with? Bare-a-cudas. What do you get if you cross a big fish with an electricity pylon? An e... [more]
The day after Halloween The Morgue is open for metal at the Syrup Lounge. Featuring the best of the best local metal ta... [more]
I first saw Jude Craig's eco-friendly dyed fabrics at the End of the Line Festival in Belgrave last year. The colours! ... [more]
Within Buddhist practice, if we want a better society, we start with ourselves - purifying our own mind, and our own... [more]
So you think you know Melbourne? Can you guess where the following seven places are? Most are within the CBD, with... [more]
Six artists, five stories, one show. If you are working or playing in the CBD this Friday evening, a new exhibiti... [more]
09/09/2013 - 16/10/2013
If you're an emerging composer/musician/singer/songwriter, the Dandenong Ranges Music Council would like to invite you t... [more]
It's always good to try something new, especially when that something is food. And so for today's lunch I took a breat... [more]
Martin Judd and Michael Hyett are the guys from Juet Sculpture who take discarded metal and other industrial artefacts a... [more]
21/06/2013 - 21/07/2013
Life. When you don't question her too much, she's simple. On those days when you're just coasting along, swimming the ... [more]
Some places live on in people's memories long after they've closed down. George's Department Store would have to be one... [more]
The exhibition Manet: Portraying Life ended a successful three-month run at The Royal Academy of Arts in London in the m... [more]
27/04/2013 - 03/05/2013
Scattered through the hills and trees of the Dandenong Ranges are bunches of artists, heads bowed, sculpting and paintin... [more]
27/04/2013 - 28/04/2013
Do you love crime fiction? If you do, you're not alone - Stephen Knight estimates that 25% of book sales fall within th... [more]
23/04/2013 - 28/05/2013
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