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Blind Restaurant is an ‘eye-opener’

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to dine completely in the dark? Dans Le Noir?, meaning 'In The Dark', is a restaurant where guests get the...

Review: Black Panther

Blank Panther is a great movie in its own right. It’s Marvel’s most recent instalment heading into ‘The Avengers – Infinity Wars’ and it is...

Thinking Out Loud about Ed Sheeran’s merchandise madness

Whilst Ed Sheeran was toppling ticket sales records across the region, the Love Police ATM (Australian Tour Merchandise) team were busy preparing to sell...

Review: Love, Simon

Converting a popular book into film language is always difficult, especially since the length of a film usually means great moments in the book...

Review: Are you going to the Piknic?

  Source: Piknic Électronik Facebook page via Jess Middleton Back and bigger than ever, the fourth season of summer weekly music festival Piknic Électronik is nearly...

Moomba Festival – A lost tradition?

The Moomba Festival – Melbourne’s largest free community festival, remarkably celebrated its 64th year on the banks of the Yarra River last weekend. The...

Bruno Mars: A 24k Magic Night

I don’t think I’ve ever heard a scream as loud as the Bruno Mars concert on Saturday night. The highly anticipated 24k Magic tour...

Ed Sheeran Review: The People’s Concert

Not even an iPhone X can capture the scale of the stadium! A Saturday night, a stinking hot Etihad Stadium, and 60,000 screaming Ed Sheeran...

Meet Lucy Dickinson, The 22-Year Old Fashion Designer Turning the Industry...

Emerging fashion designer and recent RMIT graduate, Lucy Dickinson, offers a unique perspective towards the current fashion landscape. Her advocacy for ethical manufacturing and...

Festival Season: ‘Live On The Hill’ 2018 Review

The small East Gippsland town of Wy Yung was transformed into a musical oasis on Friday night, with the inaugural ‘Live On The Hill’...