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My WeekendNotes - 102
The Goodwood Rd Precinct is home to a great up-and-coming food scene just south of the city. Trouble and Strife has been... [more]
Strand Bookstore is located at 828 Broadway (the corner of East 12th) and is just a short stroll from Union Square. It i... [more]
Bar 9 have expanded their operation with a city branch opening in the Adelaide Central Plaza, Rundle Mall, where T-B... [more]
After a trip overseas I've found myself addicted to falafel which is something that I never really ate a lot of befo... [more]
The name of the 'All Good Things' Market on Franklin St in TriBeca tells no lies: everything within this market is g... [more]
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is well worth a visit. This is going to sound a bit strange but it's a really... [more]
Alcatraz Island looms just off the coast of San Francisco. It has become infamous, and also synonymous with the idea... [more]
'What's a chimney cake?' I hear you ask. Don't worry, before visiting Bodri's Bakery & Cafe food caravan on a sunny ... [more]
The Brunswick Hotel is one of the CBD's best kept secrets. Before last weekend I'd never been to the lovely spot on Gi... [more]
The Howling Owl is a splendiferous new little cafe in the CBD. The best part? You won't feel like you're amongst the... [more]
Here's an interesting concept for you: a huge, delicious veggie burger could be rolling down the street towards you one ... [more]
Take my advice if you're looking for a lovely meal out and don't mind somewhere with a bit of noise - go to The Pot ... [more]
The World Heritage Listed Cascades Female Factory site just south of Hobart is the most significant site we have today ... [more]
Not far from Hobart at all is a little place where you feel as though you've gone back in time. It's Richmond Vill... [more]
Sometimes in life we make choices and we don't really know the reason why. I took a wander through Battery Point and... [more]
Sigh. This morning I fell in love with a café that is far away from my usual home. In west Hobart, on the corner of ... [more]
The name Port Arthur is synonymous with the dark vestiges of Australia's convict past. It's also a World Heritage Li... [more]
Caparezza Espresso Bar is a little piece of Italy in James Place. Just off Rundle Mall but closer to the Grenfell St... [more]
In the tree-lined street The Strand in Colonel Light Gardens you'll find The Stranded Store Cafe. Owned by the same pe... [more]
South of the city on Winston Avenue lies The Little Fig, a very cute little café using coffee beans roasted right here... [more]
At Felici Espresso Bar they make a bloody good coffee. That's a fact that I'm sure few people would deny and obvious... [more]
Venturing somewhere new for the first time can be a bit nerve-racking. Pleasantly, that was not the case when I gave... [more]
Madame Hanoi is a sophisticated restaurant in the SkyCity Casino complex in the Adelaide CBD. The La Marzocco coffee mac... [more]
Doctor Strange is the latest comic adaptation from Marvel Studios to hit the big screen. Director Scott Derrickson i... [more]
The influx of Vietnamese cuisine continues with the addition of Vietnamese Kitchen on King William Road in Hyde Park. Lo... [more]
Larry and Ladd has livened up the Regent Arcade coffee scene. Regent Arcade has become all shiny and almost full agai... [more]
Quentin Tarantino burst onto the movie scene in 1992 with Reservoir Dogs, one of my favourite films. The dialogue-he... [more]
09/10/2013 - 26/10/2013
Perhaps it's because I'm in the throes of my very own quarter-life crisis that I enjoyed Frances Ha so much. Directed ... [more]
The Market de la Boqueria offers a smorgasbord of delicious food and a feast for the senses as you stroll through. I... [more]
Molly's Cupcakes are a contender for best cupcakes in New York in my humble opinion. Well known in Chicago, and with... [more]
While in New York I wanted to visit all five Burroughs and to find something unique to do in each one. I was delight... [more]
Five Guys Burgers and Fries are a chain burger joint, and there are a lot of them operating around the US and Canada... [more]
The Jackson Diner isn't a diner, so the name is pretty misleading. It's an Indian Restaurant in Jackson Heights, in ... [more]
The Australian Youth Orchestra (AYO) is celebrating the 65th year of their national annual summer camp program this ... [more]
12/01/2013 - 19/01/2013
My love of San Francisco-based, east-coast expanding Blue Bottle Coffee has been well noted on this site in other ar... [more]
It's Friday afternoon, and the end of another hectic working week. You feel like a nice treat for yourself, like doi... [more]
04/01/2013 - 22/02/2013
Can you krump with the best of them or do you think Krump is short for crumpet? Whichever camp you find yourself in ... [more]
The 30th Annual Wreath Interpretations Exhibition is on again this season in the Arsenal Building, near the zoo, at ... [more]
13/12/2012 - 10/01/2013
Willburg Cafe is on Grand St in Brooklyn. We sought shelter from some pretty harsh wind there and decided to warm up... [more]
Chirping Chicken is a little fast-food restaurant on the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 76th Street. They offer... [more]
When you hear that a place has the best carrot cake in New York, you make the effort to get out there and taste it. So... [more]
The wind was blowing the rain right into our faces as we wandered down east 57th street after visiting Niketown, whi... [more]
You haven't had a coffee until you've had a Blue Bottle Coffee. The little blue sign of the San Francisco coffee roa... [more]
Levain Bakery is not one of New York's best kept secrets. They currently sit in the second spot on Trip Advisor's list... [more]
Golden Gate Park is huge. It's easy to feel like you're the only people on the planet as you walk around the more se... [more]
If ever there was a landmark that needed no introduction then this is it. The Golden Gate Bridge is world-famous. ... [more]
If you want to visit the Exploratorium and you're in San Francisco on the first Wednesday of the month then you're i... [more]
Super Duper burgers are pretty darn tootin' super duper. We popped in to their 721 Market St location for lunch as w... [more]
Pier 39 is one of those places that you think you have to go to when you're in San Francisco but is really just a ho... [more]
Ike's Place is a San Francisco institution. It's famous for enormous sandwiches featuring bread that's covered in Ik... [more]
Going to the NBA at Oracle Arena was a really fun night out. It certainly helped that the game I went to (Golden Sta... [more]
San Franciscans are very proud of their Cable Cars. You can learn about the fascinating history behind their creatio... [more]
Welcome to heaven book-lovers. If you think you'll be sorry that you've died just take a look around and realise tha... [more]
Wandering In a new city with the morning wind blowing and my hair still dripping wet from the shower we found Toast... [more]
Local talent, well we'll claim him as a local as he came from England 6 years ago and completed his studies here, Dan Wi... [more]
07/12/2012 - 22/12/2012
If you're in Canberra on Friday 14th December and want to catch a flick at the Event Cinemas Manuka and support a re... [more]
Hunted's pilot episode is available to watch for free through iTunes. Is the pilot a success? To be successful t... [more]
Sometimes Christmas can be a really overwhelming time of the year. There's so much pressure to make the day memorabl... [more]
In the French film Paris – Manhattan we meet Alice, a Woody Allen obsessed, eternally single woman, whose family ar... [more]
Let's face it: the swingin' sixties were a golden age of music and fashion that no amount of 'Gangnam Style' these d... [more]
The Roundabout Craft Fair and Exhibition is a great local tradition for Blackwood. Held annually in November, this y... [more]
23/11/2012 - 24/11/2012
Little Two Eyes are launching their new single 'Rain Music', at one of my favourite Adelaide live music venues, Jive... [more]
On a cold winter's morning I took a stroll in South Hobart. Seeking breakfast in a place that was inviting and would l... [more]
Roses will forever remind me of my Nan who was a fire-brand of a lady with a garden that was her pride and joy. Just... [more]
03/11/2012 - 04/11/2012
The Tonsley Hotel on Main South Rd in Clovelly Park is always busy on Friday and Saturday nights. It has a good, old... [more]
Killing Them Softly, adapted from the novel by George V. Higgins, and set in New Orleans, is a gritty film that make... [more]
21/09/2012 - 31/10/2012
Despite the name that reminds me of the horrors of having to sing Bye Bye Blackbird with accompanying hand actions i... [more]
Gorgeous Festival is back for another year - catch all the action from 2pm on the 24th November at the McLaren Vale... [more]
Tickets are now on sale for the Riverland Wine and Food Festival 2012. There are a few different events that... [more]
18/10/2012 - 21/10/2012
If you like a bit of a whimsical love story, or some gentle arithmetic then perhaps you were a fan of Toni Jordan's no... [more]
The 8th Annual Barrio Beats festival presented by La Bomba was held on Sunday the 9th September 2012 at the lovely Carcl... [more]
Nick Bland is visiting three different locations in South Australia in September as part of the Get Reading program th... [more]
18/09/2012 - 19/09/2012
Listen up Muggles. Potted Potter is coming to town. If you, like me, are still waiting for your letter from Hogw... [more]
13/11/2012 - 18/11/2012
Whether you like this kind of thing or not will be really personal. Basically, in South Hobart there is a place called t... [more]
Picking a place to eat on Chapel St can be tricky if you're anything like me as you get too picky, or continually lo... [more]
The Leisure Inn Hobart Macquarie is on the busy Macquarie street in the Hobart CBD which means that it's really close to... [more]
Can you hear that sound? Barrio Beats Latin Festival is coming. Get your sultry salsa hips and your cumbia flavour... [more]
Where is the best coffee in Hobart? This question is a tricky one to answer, as overall, I'd say Hobart has some mig... [more]
Before I'd even arrived in Hobart I'd heard about Salvete's breakfast special: $13 for two bacon rashers, two eggs h... [more]
Believe the hype. Da Angelo Ristorante on Hampden Rd in Battery Point offers delicious, no-nonsense Italian in a cos... [more]
They say a man wears many masks in his life. In the case of Monsieur Oscar, this is highly literal. The film Holy Moto... [more]
When I went to Jack Greene Tavern/ Gourmet Burger Bar I confess that I was not thinking clearly because I was tired ... [more]
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