Posted by Matt Wilson
28. Jun, 2016
Wellness Clubbing at Bodhi and Ride mixes the fun of dancing with the positive affects of exercise. READ MORE
Posted by Penny Stephens
17. Jun, 2016
The world's most hilariously morbid family are coming to St Kilda and spook you into laughter and song. READ MORE
Posted by Vanessa de Largie
15. Jun, 2016
Milk Bar Mag spoke with jazz musician José James on his recent show for the Melbourne Jazz Festival. READ MORE
Posted by Ross Battaglia
08. Jun, 2016
Blonde Poison follows the outstanding story of Stella Goldschlag, played by Belinda Giblin, a blonde Jewess turned spy during World War II. READ MORE
Food and Drink
Posted by Jessica Morris
07. Jun, 2016
400 Gradi is famous to Melbournians and their Aperitivo Nights are the best thing since sliced pizza. READ MORE
400 Gradi is famous to Melbournians and their Aperitivo Nights are the best thing since sliced pizza.
Mister Bianco has all the winning ingredients for a fabulous restaurant and Milk Bar Mag was lucky enough to attend an exclusive dinner, proving to be a wonderful experience.
Milk Bar Mag introduces you to Mövenpick’s newest flavour Blueberry Cheesecake.
Wellness Clubbing at Bodhi and Ride mixes the fun of dancing with the positive affects of exercise.
Milk Bar Mag have 5 double passes to the new spy flick Our Kind Of Traitor for our lucky readers.
The world's most hilariously morbid family are coming to St Kilda and spook you into laughter and song.
If your eye tends to be drawn to the finer things in life, then you'll be captivated by Henry Talbot's 1960s fashion photography exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Writers, publishers and book lovers alike flooded the walls of the National Gallery of Victoria over the weekend for the Melbourne Art Book Fair.
Milk Bar Mag chatted to comedy duo Andy Matthews and Matt Stewart about Logistical Nightmare, their show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival and the other happenings in their lives.
Bail Out's plans to help out Melbourne's disadvantaged youth.
Snap away with The Fox Darkroom, a mecca for photography aficionados to learn all about the traditional methods of black and white photography.
It almost sounds like the premise of a reality TV show: pile a bunch of artists in a bus for seven days, send them across Mexico and see what happens.