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My WeekendNotes - 80
As a fan of art and culture, I always love seeing what the Sydney Festival has to offer. Having only seen one performanc... [more]
11/01/2017 - 21/01/2017
Gehenna: Where Death Lives is the latest film by Japanese writer, producer, and special effects make-up artist Hiroshi K... [more]
As a person who has always wanted to celebrate Thanksgiving, I was thrilled to receive an invite to Jack Daniel's Th... [more]
The Sustainable House is a dream come true for former environmental lawyer Michael Mobbs. Despite living in Sydney's CBD... [more]
While I've always been a fan of Shakespeare, I'd never actually heard of the play Cymbeline before. Having now experienc... [more]
05/10/2016 - 15/10/2016
Patience, or Bunthorne's Bride, by Gilbert and Sullivan is a delightful production designed to amuse and enthral all at ... [more]
30/09/2016 - 08/10/2016
Metadata is a riveting performance from the De Quincey Company that aims to explore the cosmic nature of physics and mat... [more]
15/09/2016 - 17/09/2016
City Golf Gordon is a European-designed 18-hole mini-golf course, set in the beautiful, leafy suburb of Gordon. Whil... [more]
The Final Test is a humorous play by Chris Paling, performed by the Sutherland Theatre Company, that shows all the intri... [more]
29/07/2016 - 08/08/2016
Almost Nearly Paradise, performed by the Factory Space Theatre Company, is a hilarious play that shows what happens when... [more]
08/07/2016 - 23/07/2016
Audrey of the Outback is a play that will delight adults and children alike. Based on the children's book by Christine H... [more]
02/07/2016 - 16/07/2016
Brilliance Symphony is an exquisite orchestra that sets out to, and succeeds in, delighting the senses. Opening with the... [more]
18/06/2016 - 19/06/2016
Nan Tien Buddhist Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in the Southern Hemisphere. Currently located in Berkeley, about... [more]
Calling all Italian food lovers, I´ve found your new favourite joint. Vapiano´s Pizza and Pasta Bar is a great place to ... [more]
As a brunch-lover, I´m always on the lookout for Sydney´s best breakfast, and after quite a bit of searching, I think Iv... [more]
The Captain Cook Coffee Cruise is a great way for Sydneysiders and tourists alike to explore the beauty of Sydney Harbou... [more]
PUNCTURE at Sydney Festival is a dazzling display of light, dance and sound. Featuring elements of choral music, live th... [more]
21/01/2015 - 25/01/2015
The Northside Produce Market, held on the third Saturday of every month from 8am to 12pm, is one of Sydney's leading pro... [more]
A few articles ago, I may have talked about my love for Thai food. Well, rest assured, nothing has changed, particularly... [more]
Like all women, I have a special relationship with chocolate and, like all women, I like to eat as much of it as I can. ... [more]
The Aztec Exhibition, currently on display at the Australian Museum, is a vivid display of an ancient civilisation that ... [more]
13/09/2014 - 01/02/2015
As much as Aussies hate to admit it, New Zealand is actually a pretty nice place to visit. Only a short flight from Aust... [more]
Project Five is a pop-up art exhibition where artists transform blank canvases into masterpieces, in front of a public a... [more]
26/09/2014 - 19/10/2014
Reality Bandit, a comedy show written and performed by German comedian CJ Delling, is a humorous look at the mundane pro... [more]
While most people think the phrase vegetarian food is an oxymoron, there's a restaurant in Sydney that begs to differ. V... [more]
It's common knowledge among fashionistas that Newtown is the place to go for amazing one-of-a-kind finds. What people pr... [more]
I've always been a fan of shopping (or in this case, eating) with a cause, and Lentil As Anything is no exception. Haili... [more]
Confetti Fair is a must for all brides-to-be, event planners, or basically anyone who likes a good party (I think that's... [more]
I'm not a music critic, far from it actually, however, even I recognise a great piece when I see (hear) it. Le Carnaval ... [more]
The best thing about being a foodie is that you always have an excuse to try new restaurants. Not that I need an excuse,... [more]
All Sydneysiders, myself included, seem to have a never-ending love affair with Thai food. Luckily for us, there's a Tha... [more]
Mother Chu's vegetarian kitchen on Pitt St, is a restaurant that specializes in vegetarian versions of authentic Taiwane... [more]
I'm always out and about looking for great places to eat in Sydney. My criterion is food that tastes great, with bonus p... [more]
As Sydney is one of the most expensive cities in the world, finding good accommodation without breaking the bank can be ... [more]
Lord of The Fries, as suggested by the title, is a franchise dedicated to serving the best of the humble side dish we al... [more]
Situated in the heart of Newtown is the Marlborough Hotel (known to locals as The Marly). Having recently been renovated... [more]
Reaching for the Moon is a movie that explores the art of losing. Set in the beautiful city of Petropolis, Brazil, in th... [more]
While I'm generally open to new experiences, speed dating has never really appealed to me. Having been and gone however,... [more]
Speculative Scenography: Implicit Monuments, by Doctoral Candidate Nevena Mrdjenovic, is a photographic exhibition that ... [more]
25/06/2014 - 05/07/2014
Zaaffran Restaurant in Darling Harbour combines the zest, passion, and spice of Indian food with the elegance and class ... [more]
Though not as well-known as the Harbour Bridge or the Opera House, Sydney Tower is an iconic figure of the Sydney skylin... [more]
Sydney-siders aren't supposed to say this (at loud, at least), but Melbourne is actually a pretty cool place to visit. O... [more]
Cult comedy fans unite, because Frank is coming to a cinema near you! Loosely based on the life of Chris Sievey (and his... [more]
Situated right near Castle Hill's CBD is La Collina. La Collina (which means 'The Hills' in Italian), is a traditional-s... [more]
The Australian Première of 'Live and Let Live' will take place on the 24th May, 7:30pm, at the Sydney Nursing School in ... [more]
The humble strawberry tart has always been my favourite dessert. Layers of delicousness and sugary goodness. If only it ... [more]
The 'I Ate My Way Through Harris Park' food tour can be summed up in one word – delicious. Ok, maybe the words amazing a... [more]
Balmain Sinfonia is Macquarie University's orchestra-in-residence, created with the goal of providing the local communit... [more]
The one thing I miss the most about travelling through India is the food. Not only was it so delicious, but so cheap... [more]
Reverend Doctor Stephanie Dowrick is an Australian author who has written several books on the subject of personal and s... [more]
Cherrybrook's annual Movie Under the Stars event is a fun way to spend a night with the family, all while watching a mov... [more]
As much as I love food, I do struggle with cooking – after all, it hardly seems efficient to spend more time making a me... [more]
Napoleon Bonaparte once said "What is history, but a fable agreed upon?". While that may be true, let me say that like a... [more]
07/03/2014 - 15/06/2014
As much as I love going out, I still put aside one weekend a month for pampering and non-stop relaxation. My new place o... [more]
Like all adventurous people, I'm always up for expanding my horizons, especially when it comes to food. Having never t... [more]
Artist Nancy Ma's 'Woman-Horse' ceramic exhibition is an artistic collection that displays Chinese culture at its very r... [more]
25/01/2014 - 02/02/2014
I generally avoid buffets because I hate the idea of paying for food you won't end up eating. The average price of $40 s... [more]
Like all girls, I enjoy a glass of bubbly every now and then – after all, there's nothing like a great glass of wine to ... [more]
09/01/2014 - 26/01/2014
Let's be honest – the best part of the working week is Friday night drinks. After all, there's nothing like taking in th... [more]
Like most people my age, I like to travel on a budget. Spending $50 a meal while you're travelling for months on end har... [more]
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