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Colourful Cockatoo market spreads cheer

at this month’s Winter Madness-themed Cockatoo Country Market, colourful costumes helped spread some cheer. Held on Saturday 6 August, some stallholders, volunteers and customers donned...

Belgrave Food Garden to unveil 4m tall “Flower Baby” sculpture at 17 September event

A giant “Flower Baby” sculpture will be unveiled at the Belgrave Food Garden on Saturday 17 September as a part of a community garden...

Teresa Palmer visits Olinda store while filming Netflix series

A new eight-part series based on Ferny Creek and Eildon based cult The Family, led by Melbourne yoga teacher Anne Hamilton-Byrne, has brought film...

Author Eliza Henry-Jones on witch hunts and uncovering the past

Silvan-based author Eliza Henry-Jones explores the absence of women’s voices in history within her novel Salt and Skin, which was released on Wednesday 3...

Yarra Ranges student’s augmented reality art featuring in art trail

Grace Cooper, a Year 11 student at Little Yarra Steiner School, has had the opportunity to showcase her art skills in her first public...

SNIPPETS: composting workshop

Millers Homestead will host a workshop about healthy soil for gardens on 15 August with Ella from Compost Community. Topics covered in the workshop will...

What’s on at Burrinja Cultural Centre this August

This August the following events and shows will be on an Burrinja: The Whitlams - Black Stump Band The Whitlams' alt-country offshoot sees Tim Freedman and...

1812 presenting madness and mayhem on stage

A Flea in Her Ear presented by The 1812 Theatre A Flea in Her Ear is world-renowned as the funniest and most famous of...

Sound scapes explored at Tarrawarra Museum of Art

Everything has a unique sound identity and it's something that artist Sonia Leber and David Chesworth are inspired by with the pair using sound...

Enjoy a Japanese experience at new YAVA exhibit

YAVA Gallery in Healesville has opened it's latest art exhibit, embracing Japanese culture. Particularly surrounding tea ceremonies which are a way that people create...

Performers and musicians who identify with a disability showcased on the big screen

Free screenings of a documentary following Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges performers who identify with a disability is coming to Healesville and Warburton this...

My Melbourne exhibition at the Hills Hub in Emerald

Aldo Bellemo, a retired architect and resident of The Patch, is bringing his exhibition ‘My Melbourne' to the Hills Hub in Emerald from Tuesday...

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A story of (in)voluntary solitude

This week Christine Yunn-Yu Sun reviews The Shut Ins by Katherine Brabon If you enjoy Haruki Murakami's books – not just Norwegian Wood and...