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Posted by Dan Kuseta
27. Aug, 2012
We recently tagged along to the program launch of Melbourne Festival 2012, the last for outgoing director Brett Sheehy.
It look like Sheehy plans to go out with a bang, if his program including Thurston Moore, floating bars and plenty of free events is anything to go by.
Here’s a taste of what we’re in for this October.
Enter Hip Hop Yoga, combining the calm and relaxing practice that is yoga and the heavy and sometimes hasty hip-hop.
Our interview with the creators of Jumpers For Goalposts, a romantic sports comedy about a gay, lesbian and transsexual football team.
Melbourne horror movie festival Monster Fest is back in action and ready terrify and sicken you at the same time.
The Bridge Hotel's internal laneway is capitalising on it to recreate a market feel with a Caribbean theme.
Two of Milk Bar Mag's writers attended the Taste Of Melbourne, and were more than impressed.
Melbourne's known for its bar scene. But which bars are the most underground?