In the 1880s, Impressionism was at the cutting edge of the art world. And in Australia, local Impressionists headed to the beach.
Night footy seems like a modern idea. But the concept has been around pretty much since electric light was invented. FIRSTS and LASTS THE LOCAL
Have you ever wondered why the east end of Collins Street is called, ‘The Paris End’? The answer, can be traced to a long demolished
The Princess Theatre is one of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings. It is also home to one of the world’s most famous ghosts. UNSOLVED MYSTERIES THE
Around the corner from the office I work in, is the site of one of Melbourne’s most notorious crimes. This is the Russell Street bombing.
In 1993, the world’s biggest band came to Melbourne to perform the city’s largest rock concert. It was an event that would go down in
Standing atop a building in Abbotsford is one of Melbourne’s most iconic symbols; the Skipping Girl Vinegar sign. And for a piece of neon, this
Evan Dando was an indy rock star with a well-known drug problem, His 2003 meltdown at a gig in Melbourne became the stuff of music
It has Moorish turrets, a Greco-Roman interior, and a fake sky. It was a theatre, then a cinema, then… a church? This is Melbourne’s Forum
Nestled in thick forest on the top of Mount Dandenong is a spectacular artistic legacy; the life’s work of a self-taught, eccentric local sculptor and