A slice of authentic Italian pizza heaven – 400 Gradi, Brunswick

Walking into 400 Gradi feels a bit like entering any pizza restaurant down the “other” end of Lygon Street. Lots of wooden tables, soft lighting and groups of loud people drinking vino and sharing dinner plate sized pizza. It’s only when you see the chefs at the antique salume machine slicing pink prosciutto straight onto… Read More A slice of authentic Italian pizza heaven – 400 Gradi, Brunswick

Melbourne – a UNESCO City of Literature – Debut Mondays at the Wheeler Centre

Did you know that Melbourne is a UNESCO City of Literature, one of only six in the world? I didn’t. Not until a chance encounter with a lovely Melbourne based author. I described to her in detail my love of books and writing. I shared my childhood memories of endless days sprawled out on my… Read More Melbourne – a UNESCO City of Literature – Debut Mondays at the Wheeler Centre

Have your say – New Design for Flinders Street Station

Flinders Street Station. It is our most iconic, well loved and instantly recognisable building. Every day Melbournians have countless happy moments meeting up with loved ones on the concrete steps under the clocks. We enjoy the crispy churros from the stands on the St Kilda Road side. We dress up our station at Christmas time… Read More Have your say – New Design for Flinders Street Station

The Melbourne Coat, I mean Cape – Lady Petrova, Alice Euphemia and Alpha 60

I walk to and from work in the Melbourne CBD every single day. It doesn’t matter if the wind is howling, whipping my scarf across my face and turning my fingers to little ice blocks with every step that I take. I don’t care if it’s still dark out, the cars are covered with ice… Read More The Melbourne Coat, I mean Cape – Lady Petrova, Alice Euphemia and Alpha 60