All posts tagged "brunswick"
STEVEN MAKSE’S KNOWN UNKNOWNS
Brunswick Street Gallery is currently exhibiting the work of Steven Makse, a mid-career Western Australian artist.
THEATRE REVIEW | GAIJIN
GAIJIN, written and directed by Martin Rice, is a compelling and thorough introduction to the world of Japanese...
ON THE SCENE | FESTIVAL OF HOPE FOR REFUGEE WEEK
The Festival of Hope celebrates the talents and contributions that refugees have made to community and local culture.
A THOUSAND WORDS | PHUNK PHIL: BRUNSWICK BUOYANT
So what’s the Brunswick vibe? A dude called Phunk Phil walks into Catch on Sydney Rd and gauges...
A THOUSAND WORDS | AN AGE TO DANCE
by Rod Ceballos The Northsider is proud to present a new A Thousand Words photo essay. In ‘An...
ON THE SCENE | SYDNEY ROAD STREET PARTY
The Sydney Road street party is Brunswick's annual one day fiesta celebrating the arts, culture and community of...
YOU KNOW YOU ARE A NORTHSIDER WHEN…
Some time ago, we asked our readers to complete this sentence, “You know you are a NORTHSIDER when…”...
LOVE STREET MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL
This is one not to be missed. An eclectic boutique festival is in our midst, bringing together Psychedelic,...
THE ART OF TEQUILA
Bruno Carreto of Los Hermanos Taqueria in Brunswick is on a mission to educate Melbourne about the art...
WAKE UP AND SMELL THE COFFEE | RAY’S CAFE
BY JO RITTEY In a burgeoning café landscape where every week sees the arrival of a new...