Day: 25 June 2017

The Rockdogs win the Reclink Community Cup in Melbourne as Spiderbait, Jen Cloher and more hit the stage

June 25, 2017

Though the rain stayed at bay, the crowds weren’t kept away by the clouds nor the cold weather at the annual Reclink Community Cup in Melbourne earlier today, which saw the Rockdogs (“The Musos”) beat the Megahertz (“The Radio Presenters”) in a thrilling fourth quarter, 61 points to a respectable 49. Deborah Conway and She […]

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First Impressions: Preacher Season Two looks set to be twisted, hilarious and action packed

June 25, 2017

Last year, we named Preacher one of our favourite shows for 2016, the show, an adaptation of the Preacher comics written by Garth Ennis and the late Steve Dillon whilst the tv version has been adapted by Sam Catlin, Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen. The show sees a small town preacher with a criminal past […]

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Park City, Utah: Sundance Shines in Summer

June 25, 2017

Perhaps best known internationally as the ski resort that houses America’s largest independent film festival, Sundance, held annually in the dead of winter, Park City is a year round attraction in the heart of Utah. Located about thirty five minutes from Salt Lake City airport, entering Park City and its historic Main Street feels like […]

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5 things you need to know about Sisters, Oregon: The best kept secret in America?

June 25, 2017

When driving through Central Oregon, one may pass through a town by the name of Sisters. Anchored by two golf courses and sitting about 30 minutes from Bend, it’s the quintessential American drive-thru that you’ve head of; some six million cars passing through the town a year. It’s a town that has seen its economy […]

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Two-storey mini golf bar Holey Moley is opening in Newtown (Sydney)

June 25, 2017

Now that Brisbane and Melbourne have been hit with this weird hybrid of a bar and mini golf course, it’s Sydney’s turn. Opening up in Newtown, the rapidly expanding Holey Moley is set to mirror its success in the other two cities with a pop-culture approach to the timeless tradition of putting a ball into […]

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Following the path of Pie Time Festival in New South Wales’ Southern Highlands

June 25, 2017

Over the month of June, the Southern Highlands in New South Wales is embracing the wintry weather and celebrating it with pies. Whether it’s discovering the Pie Trail with just under 30 local pie makers, getting involved in Pie Making competitions or the Pie Time Festival on 24-25 June, it’s a fun-filled festivity for pie-lovers. Last weekend, […]

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How AirAsia are hoping to change the way we experience in-flight food and drink

June 25, 2017

You have to give credit where it’s due; though very few would jump at the prospect of airline food – especially when it’s coming from a low-cost carrier – it’d be hard to deny what AirAsia have done with their “Santan” concept. The range they have managed to supply to their passengers across their entire […]

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Review: Metaxa 12 Stars is an exploration of fruits, flowers, chocolate and Greece

June 25, 2017

As I board his Antarctic ice-breaking yacht that is docked in Sydney Harbour, Metaxa Ambassador and modern-day explorer Mike Horn is sitting in a spacious circular lounge area in the hull of his yacht fresh from a solo-crossing of Antarctica. Next to him is Metaxa Master Distiller Costas Raptis and behind them, through 180 degree […]

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