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    We Are Colourful has landed at the Beresford Hotel for Mardi Gras

    When you’re living in Sydney, you can’t hide from the homosexually charged energy that is imbued throughout everything you do. From the bars to the clubs to the restaurants and the menus, an inclusive lgbtiq touch has been sprinkled like fairy dust over the whole city, which is why when Sunday Church at the Beresford […]

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    The only 4 wines you need this Valentine’s Day

    The day for love is often never to be misinterpreted correctly as the day for drinking, which is why all the wine in pretty shades of loveable red and pinks is what’s on the menu for most. Here are the best ones to be necking wither with, or especially without a loved one by your side. […]

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    Priscilla Queen of the Desert will make your life worth living in Melbourne

    It’s a hoot! It’s a romp! It’s a glam, camp spectacle! Priscilla Queen of the Desert has landed back in Melbourne and has very quickly become one of the must see musicals of the season. Not only is the stellar cast incredible, but the sets, the costumes, and the orchestra are delivering a fantastic new […]


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The Bobby anti-theft backpack by XD Design is every traveller’s must-have

Bobby is the anti-theft backpack that has taken over the world, changed travel and made you feel a hell of a lot more safe when you’re traversing, well, any country, really. Seen them around the city on your ways to and from work? Yeah, it’s no surprise, given the bells and whistles the unassuming backpack […]

Pharrell Williams & Louis XIII are doing their bit to save the planet (sponsored)

People are ruining the World. It’s a fact. Global warming, pestilence, the sex trade, pollution, lack of recycling… The list is endless. It’s a wonder the Earth hasn’t thrown in the towel and collapsed in on itself entirely. There was a quote in the 2008 film starring Keanu Reaves, The Day the Earth Stood Still that rings […]

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How to make the change from iOS to Android with USB-C

Prepare yourself, for you don’t read what’s about to come very often… Moving from iOS on iPhones to Android mobiles is a good move. If you’re a born-and-raised iOS addict, then you’ll be shook. If you’ve never known anything but Android, then you’ll be scratching your head, but either way, there’s no denying that making […]

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Jamie’s Italian’s $10 pasta special is back this January

No one says ‘no’ to carbs and when they’re as good as the hot bowls of it that’s pumped out of the kitchen at Jamie’s Italian, it’s not surprising. MORE: What it’s like to eat at Jamie’s Italian Sydney For two weeks through January, Jamie’s Italian restaurants around Australia are offering-up $10 bowls of pasta […]

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Japanimation: The video series featuring AC Milan by Toyo Tires & Rubber

It’s not every day the world’s greatest soccer teams are tossed over to the brilliant minds of Japanese animators, but when they are, you know you wanna see. AC Milan has been ‘Japanimated’ thanks to the TOYO TIRE & RUBBER Co. Ltd., who have partnered with creator Yoichi Takahashi to create the pretty impressive animation […]

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Broadway in Sydney: Opera Australia’s ‘The Merry Widow’, showing now

It was late last year that Melbourne soprano superstar Danielle de Niese made her triumphant return to the Melbourne Arts Centre stage in the debut of the new Graeme Murphy production of The Merry Widow (Die lustige Witwe) by Opera Australia. By Austro-Hungarian composer Franz Lehar in the early 1900s, the piece has been reimagined in a Broadway-come-Gatsby […]

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The bug battle – 7 tips for defending your home against insects this season

Summer is a time for insects of all sizes and shapes to come crawling out of the woodwork and into all of your picnics, soft drinks, houses and cars. This yearly battle with an enemy that numbers in the millions in your neighbourhood alone can be daunting. However, with the right tips and tricks you […]

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Seeing opera at the Sydney Opera House? Try visiting Maxim’s de Paris Bar first

If there’s one thing you should do in Sydney, it’s this. You need to not only visit the illustrious Sydney Opera House to watch a world class performance by Opera Australia, but you also need to pay a visit to the northern foyer’s Maxim’s de Paris Bar for some pre-show lubrication. MORE: What to know […]

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Where to lunch in Sydney? Three Beans cafes are an easy choice

For a cafe in a shopping centre, Three Beans is one to really shake things up. Three Beans is a part of a chain of quality establishments in pretty central locations that pump out good quality, better food and sensational desserts all at only a hop, step and a long jump from anything you’d consider […]

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Why you need to take a holiday to Okinawa in Japan ASAP (sponsored)

Remember that Japan bubble that took hold of Australia in 2017? It’s still going strong and there is officially more reason than ever to book a ticket and visit a little known, but worth-the-trip prefecture of Japan called Okinawa. South of the Japanese mainland, the little island of the Rising Sun is taking all sorts […]