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Slut Walking, NGV Birthday Bash, Music and Puffing Billy

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May 27, 2011 6:00 pmtoMay 29, 2011 10:00 pm

These Boots Were Made For Slut Walking
The story goes like this – in January this year Toronto Police Officer Michael Sanguinetti told a personal security class at York University that “women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimized. This inspired Sonya Barnett to organise a protest march where women were encouraged to dress however they wanted. The thing went viral and now we have one in Melbourne. This Saturday at the State Library women who like to dress slutty and those who support their right to do so without being victimised will create a public spectacle and reopen an age old debate. BYO cup of Milo.
What: Public Event
Where: State Library of Victoria
When: May 28th at 1pm
Web: www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=118591688223364

NGV 150th Birthday Party
This weekend the NGV will open their doors till late with free activities, the launch of the new NGV Kid’s Space and from 7:30pm – midnight performances from Combo La Revelaction, Dan Sultan and The Bamboos. Two for one NGV Memberships are also on offer.
What: Birthday Party
Where: NGV
When: This weekend till late
Web: www.ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/ngv-150-party-after-dark

Puffing Billy
For over 100 years Puffing Billy has been running along the same track from Belgrave to Gembrook in the Dandenong Ranges. You don’t need a myki pass, it runs on time, you can hang out the windows, enjoy the autumnal colors and have a leaf fight at Gembrook Lake. If you’re so inclined, you can even book and experience being the driver for the day. Fares start from $23 return.
When: Daily
Where: Departs from Belgrave Train Station
Why: It’s lovely in Autumn
Web: www.puffingbilly.com.au

Eyes and Ears
Melbourne outfit Teeth and Tongue’s new album Tambourine has been album of the week all over the shop, because it’s bloody lovely. They’ll be performing a free in-store gig at Polyester Records this Friday.
What: Gig at a record store
When: Friday 27 May at 6pm
Where: Polyester Records, 387 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy


Art & Design

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Hayley Hoopla

Milk Bar Mag caught up with Hayley Hoopla and discussed the arts, her inspiration, and her work.

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Love: Art of Emotion 1400–1800

Love is in the air at the National Gallery of Victoria. Milk Bar Mag checked their latest exhibit, Love: Art of Emotion 1400–1800.

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The Art of Banksy

Understand the mysterious and quirky mind of Banksy and the method behind his controversial art.

Food and Drink

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Two Fat Monks

Tucked away in the back streets of up-and-coming Fairfield is the gorgeous café Two Fat Monks. Milk Bar Mag checked out their remarkable new menu.

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European Night Market

The Madame Brussels Lane European Night Market is on Friday evenings this August and is the only way to enjoy a slice of European decadence.

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Arlechin

The latest offering from the Grossi family, Arlechin is a small, modern and relaxed wine bar in the centre of the CBD that has everyone talking.