HOT: France vs. Australia Food & Wine Showdown, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, Mr Mason, 530 Collins St, Melbourne

Most of my high school French is getting rusty these days but my vocabulary of French food and wine is on an exponential learning curve. So thanks to Melbourne Food and Wine Festival I attended a Melbourne Food and Wine Festival event called France vs. Australia Food & Wine Showdown as a guest purely for the purposes […]

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival – IGA World’s Longest Lunch giveaway!

Oh my! It’s giveaway frenzy this week and today’s giveaway is an experience that maybe money can’t buy…because tickets to the IGA World’s Longest Lunch are almost sold out! The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is opening at midday Friday 2 March with its showcase event, a three-course lunch designed by hatted regional chefs George […]

HOT Chat: Georgia Beattie from Lupe

Melbourne Music Week starts today until 26 November – a fun-filled week of music (natch), films, workshops, parties, eating and drinking. One of my discoveries for Melbourne Music Week is actually not directly about music. If you visit any of the bars at Melbourne Music Week you’ll find Lupe, an innnovative single serve filled wine glass […]

Giveaway: Environmental Film Festival Melbourne 2011

The Environmental Film Festival Melbourne is back again this year with more environmental themed films screening from 11-16 October at Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins St, Melbourne. The aim of the festival is to increase awareness of key environmental issues by bringing together film-makers, experts, policy makers, politicians and the wider community in an open conversation about […]

HOT: Fringe Furniture, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Abbotsford Convent, 1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford

Melbourne Fringe Festival is on now until 9 October 2011 and one of the regular parts of the eclectic program is the free Fringe Furniture exhibition. The theme for this year’s exhibition is ‘Dancing in the Dark: Small Solutions to Big Problems’. Basically, this translates to design that’s smart, green, sustainable and beautiful by designers, architects, […]

HOT: Plumm Wine Glass Experience, Taste of Melbourne 2012, Royal Exhibition Building, 9 Nicholson St, Carlton

Did you visit Taste of Melbourne this weekend? The exhibition can be pretty overwhelming, what with the huge crowds of people and the number of exhibitors and restaurants participating. So this year I restricted myself to a quick whip around the stalls that I was interested in (such as Yarra Valley Dairy, Gundowring, Enni) and […]

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