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The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa introduce new Executive Chef

The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa welcomes Chef Minh Le to the Restaurant as Executive Chef and Damian Kalusiewicz as Food & Beverage Manager. The new appointments see the launch of a new dining menu, curated wine menu and cocktail direction. The menu will draw upon Minh’s Vietnamese heritage, infused with the contemporary cuisine The Byron at Byron is renowned for. Each dish will celebrate local produce like the Bangalow Pork belly with native berries, lilly pilly, smoked yogurt, olives and spiced honey. Damian will create a reimagined wineRead More


Single Release: Sasha March – Ten Days

Embracing a new creative chapter for 2019, Sasha March presents earnest vibrancy in her new single, ‘TEN DAYS’. Hailing from Adelaide, now based in Sydney, March’s new music signals a journey down a new musical path. As one of South Australia’s most renowned vocalists and musicians, March’s latest release in ‘Ten Days’ is one that still remains true to her folk foundations, but defined by strong alt-indie instrumentation and delivery. Bunkering down in Sydney with Ollie Brown (Julia Stone, The Iron Horses) and Steve Smart (City Calm Down, Flume), ‘Ten Days’ saw fruition under two ofRead More


Eligere Studios

Eligere Studios is a brand new exclusive customizable luxury streetwear brand that allows you to customize your own shirt. Unsatisfied with the status quo, Eligere Studios wanted to create a designer fashion brand where the customer could have their input and effectively be their own collaborator. Eligere is a Latin word that translates to ‘choose’; we want the wearer to have more choice in fashion and more freedom to express themselves. Basing the brand around personalization means each item is unique to the customer, retaining the desired air of timelessness, exclusivity and individuality. Read More


Life of Brian returns to Australian cinemas for 40th anniversary

Award-winning global event distributor, Trafalgar Releasing are set to bring back the legendary Monty Python’s Life of Brian to select cinemas around the world (except French-speaking territories) this Easter, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its release. Tickets are now on sale for this unmissable cinema event, taking place on 18 April. Those attending screenings on the 18 April, will receive an exclusive 40th anniversary commemorative pack*, including a special edition poster, song lyrics, stickers and more. To find out more about the release and to buy tickets, visit WeWantBrian.com. Highly controversial uponRead More


Film Review: Nothing To Do

Director:    Mike Kravinsky Cast:    Connie Bowman, Mike Kravinsky, Patricia Talmadge, Paul Fahrenkopf, Philip Lawton, Maggie Robertson, Bob Hurley, Stacy Lattisaw Rating:    NR Running Time:    81 Australian Distributor:     Nextnik Films   Family bonds are bonds that can’t be broken no matter how strained they may have become. “Nothing To Do” is a move that attempts to explain the relationships family members have together. The film answers these questions and more in what is an incredibly personal tale based on the real-life experiences of director Mike Kravinksy.    Kenny (Mike’s character) is a disc jockey andRead More


Film Review: Everybody Knows

Director:    Asghar Farhadi Cast:    Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Ricardo Darin, Eduard Fernandez, Bárbara Lennie, Inma Cuesta Rating:    M Running Time:    132 Australian Distributor:     Universal Pictures Australia Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem star in the tense psychological thriller that opened this year’s Cannes competition, from the two-time Oscar-winning director of A Separation and The Salesman, Asghar Farhadi. Revered Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi (The Salesman, The Past, A Separation) makes another foray into European co-production with this riveting Spanish-language thriller, transplanting the director’s preoccupation with familial tension and moral dilemmas to the fertile terrain of internationalRead More


GOOD LUCK TROLLS X MOSCHINO Capsule Collection

Moschino debuts signature pieces from the Good Luck Trolls x Moschino capsule collection alongside the AW19 seasonal presentation at Milan Fashion Week.  Universal Brand Development collaborated with acclaimed artist and celebrity fan-favorite designer, Jeremy Scott, to create apparel and accessories, inspired by the Good Luck Trolls, as part of the iconic brand’s 60th anniversary celebration.  The collection features limited-edition sweatshirts, T-shirts, sweaters, dresses, coats, bags and accessories. “Renowned for his designs blending high fashion and pop culture icons, Jeremy Scott brings joy and good luck to the fashion world by reinvigoratingRead More


Super Saturday at Flemington racecourse

Victoria’s premier autumn raceday was held at Flemington on 9 March, with Super Saturday bringing together some of Australia’s best thoroughbreds, alongside some fine food and wine from around Victoria as part of the brand new Super Garden Party. VRC autumn ambassador Brooke Hogan, Super Saturday special guest, international model Alannah Walton, VRC Official Stylist Elliot Garnaut and VRC ambassador Georgia Connolly were among those soaking up the fun at Flemington. As part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, the Super Garden Party was located in the picturesque setting of The Elms at the west end of theRead More


Beats On Pointe

Direct from sold-out shows in London’s West End, Beats On Pointe is back for Australian shows to entertain audiences with its high energy and feel-good family flavour. Beats On Pointe features a highly talented cast of dance athletes, with the tightly choreographed show anchoring a dynamic modern story of two opposing dance worlds peppered with captivating dance theatre, freestyle acts, a great soundtrack and moments of well-timed comedy. Produced by Masters of Choreography this show fuses electrifying street dance and classical ballet to create the perfect entertainment for audiences of all ages. WithRead More


Book Release: Fiori Giovanni – Defy Your Destiny

Born in Eritrea, a small country in northeast Africa, Fiori Giovanni’s marriage to a 25-year-old man was arranged when she was just 12. Having seen her older sister marry and give birth to her first child by the age of 13 — still a child herself — Giovanni defied her parents. Further areas of concern were to mount. By 14 Fiori was recruited to fight in the Eritrean army. Her destiny, like that of so many other girls in Third World countries had been dictated, defined and determined. It was yet, though,Read More