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Sunday, 17 September

21:34

MELBOURNE CITY VICTORIANA Melbourne Fresh Daily

The architecture of Melbourne is characterised by an extensive juxtaposition of old and new architecture. The city is noted for preserving a significant amount of Victorian architecture and has some of the largest in the country. Additionally, it features a vast array of modern architecture, with around 60 skyscrapers over 100 m in the city centre which have deliberately been set back from thoroughfares and streets to preserve historic architectureleading to the title of "Australia's most European city".

The juxtaposition of old and new has given Melbourne a reputation as a city of no characterising architectural style, but rather an accumulation of buildings dating from the present back until the European settlement of Australia. The city is also home to Eureka Tower (2006), which was the tallest residential tower when measured to its highest floor for some time. Here are some Victorian gems, landmarks of our city.

This post is part of the My Sunday Best meme,
and also part of the My Sunday Photo meme,
and also part of the Photo Sunday meme.
Melbourne Town...

10:52

didierducastel:Joueur de Mikado Mikado player Paris, mur -... matthew schiavello: photos and words



didierducastel:

Joueur de Mikado Mikado player 
Paris, mur - wall. Iphone.
Didier du Castel

In remembrance of a fellow artist and kindred spirit, looking for beauty in what surrounds us. He left this world on 14/09.

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Six weeks earlier he sent me a message which ended with- Life is beautiful. Art is beautiful.  Lovely words to remember him by.

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His children posted to facebook about his passing:

https://www.facebook.com/didier.ducastel.7?hc_ref=ARSsmA6F0NAOaMhXPojp5NMKA01h-OM52qeQ8IupXTTnpmns8u75ml6-9swn-qjuIjo&fref=nf

02:00

Swedish Pop "GroovUs Feed Afestivals"

One of the saddest moments of my trip to Stockholm earlier this year was the discovery Victorias Bar had closed down. I had been there on many occasions, with many fond memories of their schlager nights. It was there, I discovered the band, Hall hela pressen, seen here performing with one of the members of legendary Swedish band, Blond, and with Andres Esteche who was an entrant in Melodifestivalen.

As I wrote a few years ago

Theyre a covers-band specialising in Swedish pop songs, particularly Swedish Eurovision contenders, from the last twenty or thirty years. The two guys who front the band obviously really love the songs, as they sing them with large amounts of passion and enthusiasm. And a sense of fun, too, I suspect. The audience really loves the music too, and as they dance and sing along to every single song

While the schlager nights continued until earlier this year, the band moved on. Im not sure what happened to the bald guy, but the dark haired guy, Mikael Landby, went on to be part of a group which entered Melodifestivalen in 2014. A couple of years ago when I was in Stockholm I went up to him and asked for a photograph. He seemed slightly bemused at the nameless bloke from Australia, who knew about his musical career, but he obliged, nonetheless.

Hall hela pressen ...

00:21

DOCKLANDS EVENING Melbourne Fresh Daily

Melbourne Docklands is a waterfront development in the heart of Melbourne, located on the spectacular Victoria Harbour with three kilometres of Yarra River frontage. With extensive waterfront promenades, urban art, interesting architecture, historic and contemporary buildings, state-of-the-art marinas, stylish waterfront restaurants, cosy bars and active waterways, Docklands has plenty to offer.

The views on the water include, as well as the numerous leisure craft, the Bolte Bridge, which is a large twin cantilever bridge. It spans the Yarra River and Victoria Harbour in the Docklands precinct to the west of the Melbourne CBD. It forms part of the CityLink system of toll roads that connects the Tullamarine Freeway from the northern suburbs with the West Gate Freeway and the Domain and Burnley tunnels to the Monash Freeway and the south eastern suburbs.

This post is part of the Weekend Reflections meme,
and also part of the My Sunday Best meme.



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Saturday, 16 September

06:30

Escape from Berlin; Thank you Shanghai! ART and ARCHITECTURE, mainly

Once Hitler came to power in 1933, Germanys 572,000 Jews faced catastrophe as was made perfectly clear in Peter Nash's book Escape From Berlin (Impact Press, 2017). So how did some European Jews receive visas to the Far East? Just as the German industrialist Oskar Schindler saved the lives of 1200 Jews in Poland, three less-known diplomats helped Jews to get to Shanghai.

In 1940 Chiune Sugihara was the Japanese consul general in Lithuania. He issued visas to 6000 Jews, against his Tokyo superiors instructions, allowing Jews to transit through Japan. When he ran out of authentic visas, Sugihara threw signed sheets of paper stamped with his consular seal to the Jews as the train left Lithuania to take him back to Japan.

Ho Feng-Shan was Chinese consul general in Vienna. After the Anschluss in 1938, the only way for the 200,000 Austrian Jews to escape was to get an entry visa from a foreign nation. Against the orders of his superior in Berlin, Ho issued thousands of visas for refugees going to Shanghai. Until he was ordered to return to China in 1940.

Tadeusz Romer was the Polish ambassador to Japan. When many of Sugihara's Jews reached Japan, they could still have been sent back to Nazi-occupied Poland. So Romer intervened, granting them new passports and visas to neutral countries. When the Polish embassy was shut down in 1941, his Jews were sent to safety in Shanghai.



Nachemstein/Nash family
Born in Berlin in 1936, three-year-old Peter Nachemstein and his parents were forced to escape Nazi Germany by fleeing to Shanghai. The SS Scharnhorst was a German liner that they boarded in Genoa in April 1939. They almost missed the boat. When the Nachemsteins were served with an eviction notice straight after the infamous Kristallnacht destruction in Nov 1938 Herbert and Ingeborg wanted tickets to Argentina. When that failed, Ingeborg's father saved them.

The voyage took Peter (aged 3) and his family through the Suez Canal with stops at Colombo, Manila and Hong Kong before the ship finally docked at Shanghai. Despite their fine surroundings on the Scharnhorst, the Nachemsteins were in fact "boat people". They were persecuted refugees who had fled their homeland with little...

00:43

PANORAMIC SUNSET Melbourne Fresh Daily

A beautiful sunset to finish a beautiful day...

This post is part of the Skywatch Friday meme,
and also part of the Friday Photo Journal meme,
and also part of the Orange you Glad It's Friday meme.


00:28

2nd tier earthcore 2017 Victoria just sold out "GroovUs Feed Afestivals"

Going once Going twice Gone

2nd release tickets for earthcore 2017 Victoria have sold out.

Final release discount tix on sale now !

get tix event details

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Friday, 15 September

21:43

Creative Rebellion "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Date and Time: 
Saturday, October 28, 2017 -
3:00pm to 10:00pm

Join us and participate in a festival of creativity on Sat 28 October.

As part of Jura's 40th anniversary celebrations we would like to host a celebration of creative rebellion on Saturday 28 October. Were calling for proposals from musicians (acoustic), poets, actors, comedians, jugglers, video-makers, artists, DIYers, vegan cupcake bakers, and anyone else with creative talents, to be part of this participatory celebration.

The act of creating or performing something for our own pleasure and the enjoyment of our community can be a profound act of rebellion against the consumerism and commodification prevalent in contemporary society. We know that Juras community of supporters is full of talented people. We are seeking people to fill a 10 or 20 minute slot with something creative that can be shared with others. Why not join us on 28th October and share your creative spirit with like-minded people?

The festival is planned to run from the afternoon into the evening, with a presentation by Melbourne poet TTO as the anchor event in the evening. The purpose of inviting proposals is for programming. Apart from TTO, the program will depend on proposals received.

To get involved please email your proposal to jura@jura.org.au with these details:

  •     Your name & contact and names of any co-collaborators
  •     Type of creative activity (eg music, poetry, talk, video, workshop, etc)
  •     Time required generally a 10 minute or 20 minute slot, but we're flexible
  •     Any preferences you have for a timeslot between 1pm and 6pm
  •     Any special equipment / set-up you need, and if you can provide it yourself
  •     Any other details that may be relevant
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Creative Rebellion "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Date and Time: 
Saturday, October 28, 2017 -
3:00pm to 10:00pm

Join us and participate in a festival of creativity on Sat 28 October.

As part of Jura's 40th anniversary celebrations we would like to host a celebration of creative rebellion on Saturday 28 October. Were calling for proposals from musicians (acoustic), poets, actors, comedians, jugglers, video-makers, artists, DIYers, vegan cupcake bakers, and anyone else with creative talents, to be part of this participatory celebration.

The act of creating or performing something for our own pleasure and the enjoyment of our community can be a profound act of rebellion against the consumerism and commodification prevalent in contemporary society. We know that Juras community of supporters is full of talented people. We are seeking people to fill a 10 or 20 minute slot with something creative that can be shared with others. Why not join us on 28th October and share your creative spirit with like-minded people?

The festival is planned to run from the afternoon into the evening, with a presentation by Melbourne poet TTO as the anchor event in the evening. The purpose of inviting proposals is for programming. Apart from TTO, the program will depend on proposals received.

To get involved please email your proposal to jura@jura.org.au with these details:

  •     Your name & contact and names of any co-collaborators
  •     Type of creative activity (eg music, poetry, talk, video, workshop, etc)
  •     Time required generally a 10 minute or 20 minute slot, but we're flexible
  •     Any preferences you have for a timeslot between 1pm and 6pm
  •     Any special equipment / set-up you need, and if you can provide it yourself
  •     Any other details that may be relevant
......

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Tuesday, 04 July

21:44

OnlyMelbourne Newsletter #549 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Read Online Whats On this Week | 4 - 10 July 2017 Welcome to Newsletter | #549 Whats On this Week in marvellous Melbourne Tuesday 4th July 2017 to Monday 10th July 2017 Melbourne Magic Festival - July 3 - 15 2017 Over 300 shows at Northcote Town Hall and beyond Melbourne Magic Festival 2017 | Shows | Tickets The Kids Magic Gala .nobrtable br { display: none } Featuring appearances by the best magicians for kids (and the best magicians who are kids) this is one for the young and the young at heart. The Kids Magic Gala | Northcote Town Hall | Get Tickets Have You EVER EVER Heard...? .nobrtable br { display: none } A School Holiday Magic Show filled with Fairy Tales, Nursery Rhymes and Songs. Fun for Children of all ages! Have You EVER EVER Heard...? | Tickets Online School Holiday Guide Winter - Biggest Guide Ever .nobrtable br { display: none } Over 500 things to keep the kids entertained during the Winter School Holidays running from 1 July to 16 July 2017. Winter Guide | All Day Activities Snow and Ice Skating This Winter .nobrtable br { display: none } Get your skates on and head on down to one of Melbournes Ice Rinks Central Melbourne: Docklands | Fed Square | Ice Slide | South Wharf Suburbs: Narre Warren | Oakleigh | Ringwood | Sorrento | St Kilda Challenge the Darkness 2-for-1 ticket offer .nobrtable br { display: none } Dialogue in the Dark(tm) is an immersive experience in total darkness led by blind guides. Challenge the Darkness | Dialogue in the Dark - Docklands My Fair Lady .nobrtable br { display: none } Final days | Fair Lady comes to the Regent Theatre under the direction of Julie Andrews My Fair Lady | ticketmaster.com.au Ravenhall Childcare and Kindergarten - Open Day .nobrtable br { display: none } Dont miss the Kool Kidz Ravenhall Open Day Saturday 15th of July featuring free family activities as well as an opportunity to tour the facility. Kool Kidz Ravenhall - Open Day High Tea Party @ Crown .nobrtable br { display: none } The High Tea Party gives you a beautiful high tea with sparkling wine at a five star venue whilst watching a gorgeous fashion parade. The High Tea Party | Crown Palladium Expo: Lighting + Green + Building .nobrtable br { display: none } 7 and 8 July | Meet the people that matter to your business, source products, services and information in one place. E-Power and Lighting | Green + Building Exhibition This Week in Melbourne .nobrtable br { display: none } Bug...

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Thursday, 29 June

14:56

Have universities enjoyed rivers of gold? "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

The Australians High Wired column is bemused at the apparent contradictions between UQ VC Peter Hojs narrative of funding cuts and Simon Birminghams claim that universities have benefited from rivers of gold in public funding in recent years.

Its true that there have been some cuts to research funding, although it remains high by historical standards (some trends at page 51 of this pdf). Some increases in equity funding from the Gillard era were trimmed, and performance funding abolished. But these funds were not supporting long-term programs.

Its much harder to claim that there have been cuts to core teaching grants, coming via the Commonwealth Grant Scheme and HELP (which as I keep pointing out, is heavily subsidised). The chart below shows the trend up 50 per cent in real terms since 2008. From the Commonwealths perspective, this certainly looks like a river of gold.


Of course, over the same time there was also a substantial increase in student numbers. From a university perspective, this means that costs went up as well as revenue. For them, revenue per place matters more than total revenue. But over the medium term, universities are ahead on this indicator too. On a per student basis, after adjusting for inflation, we see that total revenue per place is close to record levels for the post-Dawkins era, although public funding as a share of the total has declined over time. This isnt a river of gold, but nor is the stream drying up.

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Tuesday, 27 June

22:58

OnlyMelbourne Newsletter #548 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Read Online Newsletter | #548 | Whats On this Week Welcome to Newsletter | #548 Whats On this Week in marvellous Melbourne Tuesday 27th June 2017 to Monday 3rd July 2017 School Holiday Guide Winter - Biggest Guide Ever Over 500 things to keep the kids entertained during the Winter School Holidays running from 1 July to 16 July, 2017. Winter Guide | All Day Activities Ice Skating This Winter .nobrtable br { display: none } Get your skates on and head on down to one of Melbournes Ice Rinks Central Melbourne: Docklands | Fed Square | South Wharf Suburbs: Oakleigh | Ringwood | Sorrento | St Kilda Oz Comic-Con .nobrtable br { display: none } Oz Comic-Con is the ultimate event for pop culture fans with a show packed with workshops, artists, film and tv stars and more. Oz Comic-Con | Melbourne Exhibition Centre | Buy Tickets Docklands Firelight Festival .nobrtable br { display: none } The Docklands Firelight Festival combines the traditions of a winter solstice with arts, music, food, fire and fun. Friday 30 June to Sunday 2 July | Docklands Firelight Festival Australias Biggest Morning Tea 2017 .nobrtable br { display: none } Australias Biggest Morning Tea offers the opportunity to come together and share a cuppa, whilst helping those affected by cancer. Australias Biggest Morning Tea | biggestmorningtea.com.au Melbourne Cabaret Festival .nobrtable br { display: none } 10 Australian premiere shows along with some of the best new talent, Tuesday 20 June until Sunday 2 July 2017. Melbourne Cabaret Festival 2017 | melbournecabaret.com The Eagles Story - Live .nobrtable br { display: none } The legend that is The Eagles now lives on through The Eagles Story. | Book now for Sat 1st July - Flying Saucer Club Fri 7th July - Hysteria Lounge (Lilydale) and Fri 14th July - The Grand (Mornington) The Eagles Story - Live | Book Online This Week in Melbourne .nobrtable br { display: none } Bravehearts 777 Marathon, Bug Lab: Little Bugs, Super Powers, Circus Oz - Model Citizens, Emerge in the North, Melbourne Eid Festival, Melbourne WebFest, Newport Folk Festival, Red Nose Day, Victoria Day, Winter Wild | Music and Arts Festival, Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill, Wyndham Winter Street Party View More About These Events Art and Craft Markets .nobrtable br { display: none } Check Out these markets Sandringham Village Craft Market, Computer Markets, Frankston Makers Market, Box Hill Giant Jumble Sale, Rowville All for Kids Market, Sandford Community Market, Swagger Child Design Market, Point Cook Market, Melton Princes...

17:17

Beyond penguins: The wildlife neigbours you did not know you have "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

By Fam Charko   For many years the little penguin colony on the St Kilda breakwater has been attracting visitors from all over the world. Tourists as well as locals enjoy many a night of penguin spotting over summer and the penguins themselves rarely disappoint, waddling up to the boardwalk quite unperturbed and right in []

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Tuesday, 20 June

19:34

OnlyMelbourne Newsletter #547 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Read Online Newsletter | #547 | Whats On this Week Welcome to Newsletter | #547 Whats On this Week in marvellous Melbourne Tuesday 20th June 2017 to Monday 26th June 2017 Belgrave Lantern Parade For the 11th time, the Belgrave Lantern Parade will warm the heart of Belgrave on Saturday 24th June 2017 5.30 - 7pm. Belgrave Lantern Parade Reclink Community Cup 2017 .nobrtable br { display: none } Aussie-rules match between The Rockdogs and The Megahertz for some of the communitys most disadvantaged members. Sunday 25 June 2017 | Reclink Community Cup at Victoria Park Circus Oz .nobrtable br { display: none } 20 June - 16 July | Melbournes own Circus Oz returns for its annual winter spectacle under the heated Big Top. Model Citizens | Birrarung Marr | ticketek.com.au Ice Skating This Winter .nobrtable br { display: none } Get your skates on and head on down to one of Melbournes Ice Rinks Central Melbourne: Docklands | Fed Square | South Wharf Suburbs: Oakleigh | Ringwood | Sorrento | St Kilda Italian Wine + Food Festival .nobrtable br { display: none } Everything thats good about eating and drinking in Italy comes together under one roof at Royal Exhibition Building. Sunday 25th June 2017, 11am 9pm | Italian Wine + Food Festival Kilmore Celtic Festival .nobrtable br { display: none } Share the traditions in a spirit of friendship and good old-fashioned country entertainment. 23 - 25 June 2017 | Kilmore Celtic Festival 2017 5 Music CDs for $20 .nobrtable br { display: none } Choose any 5 music CDs from the massive collection at Music Combo Store for only $20 Visit Music Combo Store This Week .nobrtable br { display: none } Bravehearts 777 Marathon, Brunswick South Winter Solstice Festival, Bug Lab: Little Bugs, Super Powers, Chand Raat Eid Festival, , Daylesford Macedon Harvest Festival, Emerging Writers Festival, Go Skateboarding Day, Melbourne Cabaret Festival, Melbourne Design Market, Port Fairy Winter Weekends Festival, The Shortest Lunch, Winter Wonderlights at Sovereign Hill, World Refugee Day, Medicinal Cannabis Symposium View More About These Events Art and Craft Markets .nobrtable br { display: none } Check Out these markets Wandong Healing Market, Collingwood Vintage Fashion Market, Book Fair @ Royal Historical Society, Bendigo Creators Market, Notting Hill Artisan Market, Berwick Nic Nac Paddy Whack Market, Batman Night Market, Sisters Market @ Brunswick, Melbourne Design Market, Computer Markets View Market Details Draculas Cabaret Show and Dinner .nobrtable br { display: none }...

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Friday, 16 June

17:18

Lawyers network launched "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

 

MALS Lawyers Network Launch

Anouska, Amnesty, MALS Lawyers Network Launch

Melbourne Activist Legal Support (MALS) launched our lawyers network with Amnesty International on the 30th May 2017. CounterAct supports and works with MALS and has found our work increasingly overlapping in recent years as community legal centres get de-funded it is more often up to activists to self educate about the law.

We heard from several lawyers with combined decades of experience in supporting activists and progressive causes Matt Wilson (MALS) Rob Stary, Meghan Fitzgerald and Danya Black.

Rob Stary is well known in Melbourne for providing pro bono representation for activists, but also for working with people who have little resource and need support his work for the people who other lawyers wont touch is written about more in this article.

He shared a strong perspective on the trends of policing that we have seen in the last decade describing them as effectively a paramilitary force.

One recently introduced piece of legislation was highlighted, the charge of resisting emergency services workers which now comes with a mandatory 6 month imprisonment like so many laws, may have been purportedly designed for one purpose in this case, a need to protect the important work that emergency workers do, but could be used against activists. He advised lawyers who may be briefing activists to be careful about how they talk about resisting arrest charges.

He also talked about patterns of police intelligence gathering. Many groups suspected of terrorism, no matter how tenuous the links, are infiltrated, and of course we all know that even peaceful activist groups are regu...

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Thursday, 11 May

04:30

Kulin Tide Strings in South Melbourne on 10/05/17 "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

  • Artist: Kulin Tide Strings
  • Date: Wednesday, May 10th 2017
  • Time: 6:00pm
  • City: South Melbourne, Victoria
  • Venue: Melbourne Recital Centre
  • Address: 31 Sturt Street
  • Country: Australia
  • Admission: Free
  • Age restrictions: All Ages
  • Notes: Special guest vocalists Emma Donovan and John Wayne Parsons will be joining James Henry and SiloSQ for this special performance.
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Monday, 08 May

00:30

Mission Song Project in Melbourne on 07/05/17 "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

  • Artist: Mission Song Project
  • Date: Sunday, May 7th 2017
  • Time: 2:00pm
  • City: Melbourne, Victoria
  • Venue: Melbourne Town Hall
  • Address: 90-130 Swanston Street
  • Country: Australia
  • Admission: free (booking required)
  • Age restrictions: All Ages
  • Buy Tickets
  • Notes: Featured Artists Joe Geia (Gugu Yimithirr/Kaurareg) Jessie Lloyd (Gugu Yimithirr/Kaurareg) Emma Donovan (Gumbainggir/Danggali & Naaguji/Yamitji) Deline Briscoe (Gugu Yalanji) Jessica Hitchcock (Saibai) Clint Bracknell (Noongar)
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Saturday, 04 March

02:57

Carsick Cars - 15 Minutes Older "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Live at the Tote, Melbourne Australia MerJa Media

Monday, 30 January

16:42

Wombats Bush Band "The Bush Dance Album" 1988 Cassette "GroovUs Feed Aartists"

Again, we owe a vote of thanks to the Victorian Bush Folkie for this rip. This cassette tape was obviously in very good condition and my contribution was to simply remove tape and equipment noise and to encode the tracks.

There are about 48 separate dance tunes in this album in 11 tracks with each track representing a particular dance style. Many of the tracks also include vocal renditions. The tunes are mainly a mix of British and Australian standards e.g. Waves of Tory, Maire's Wedding, Starry Night for a Ramble, Back again to Yarrawonga. I have included details of the tunes for each track in the "comment" tag and they are also listed in the included graphics.

I have no idea who the performers were and, if you know, please let us know. The quality of the music is very good. It is a well produced album.

Tracklist (medleys)
1. Oxo Reel
2. Pride of Erin
3. Seige of Ennis
4. Evening Three Step
5. Heel and Toe Polka
6. Barn Dance
7. Wombat Polka
8. Irish Trot
9. Waltz Country Dance
10. Gay Gordons
11. Gallopede

Downloads are compressed files including the cassette graphics.
Click here to download MP3 224-256VBR version  64MB
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Either file needs to be decompressed before playing.
Link no longer available? Then tell mr.stockman@gmail.com and I will re-up the file.

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