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Posted by Dan Kuseta
21. May, 2012
Earlier this month we went to Melbourne Insights 2012, an event where local movers and shakers like chef Paul Mathis, self-proclaimed bon vivant Michael Delany (The Bottom End) and Kate Vandermeer (The Supercool) shared their ideas about the next big trends to hit Melbourne and what they were excited about.
We also filmed it. Here’s a look at what’s cooking in Melbourne for 2012. Enjoy.
Soul singer Jessica Papst has created the ultimate Eurovision spectacle of a show, The Road To Stockholm.
Annica is a musically percussive journey like no other that touches on ideas from Buddhism.
Melbourne Music Week showcases the city's robust, world-renowned music scene through their free and affordable shows.
The new kid on the Collingwood bar block Dingo's Bar proudly celebrates the kitschy iconic Australian pop culture we love.
Claypots Barbarossa is one of those venues in Melbourne that works for nearly every occasion.
Milk Bar Magazine spoke with Tank Fish & Chippery owner Bill Makris on their new Finding Emo fish burgers.