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Sunday, 10 December

21:00

The Creators Market Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Sunday 10th Dec, 10.00am 3.00pm, Dromana Estate
Melbourne

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Saturday, 09 December

21:00

What's In The Box Market Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Saturday 2nd Sep, 10.00am Saturday 15th Dec, 3.00pm, Box Hill Town Hall
Melbourne

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Saturday, 02 December

03:00

Maling Road Kristkindl Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Friday 1st Dec, 4.00pm 9.00pm, Maling Road Shopping Precinct
Melbourne

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Sunday, 26 November

22:00

Christmas Market and Family Day Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Sunday 26th Nov, 11.00am 2.00pm, Holy Trinity Kindergarten
Melbourne

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Saturday, 25 November

22:00

Christmas Fair Markets and Fairs in Melbourne

Saturday 25th Nov, 11.00am 4.00pm, St Aloysius Primary School Hall
Melbourne

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Monday, 20 November

23:26

Wild Rice Burgers Green Gourmet Giraffe

It has been a week of burgers.  It has been such an intense few weeks that some simple burgers have been welcome meals.  We have had to deal with Sylvia's flu, medical appointments, school swimming lessons on consecutive days, neighbours' noise and my workplace gearing up for some big events, just to name a few of the challenges.  Sylvia has embraced Christmas (thanks major supermarkets and all your unseasonal displays) so I am now starting to worry about getting organise for festivities.

I had my eye on these Wild Rice Burgers from Pinch of Yum for some time and finally made them on the weekend.  I still had salad vegetable that I had bought the previous week in hope of making them.  Unfortunately it was more the sort of week when I was eating baked beans for tea because no energy to think about it, or eating a little tub of nuts and some stewed fruit found in my bag because I didn't have time to make lunch or go and buy it.  Thank goodness that I have well stocked pantry and bag even in busy times.

I decided to veganise the burgers.  Actually I had seen these burgers veganised on Yup It's Vegan but wanted to come at it from another angle.  There are so many ways to make any dish vegan!  I stuck a lot more closely to the recipe, using vegannaise instead of mayonnaise and substituting aquafaba (chickpea brine), chia seeds and flours for the 4 eggs.  I also changed around the flavours.

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19:19

Why we are running for Breast Cancer Networks Fun Run healthy international students blog

Breast cancer is a huge issue for women in Australia. Some of them cannot afford treatment such as International students and the homeless. We are raising money to help the Breast cancer network find an affordable solution for all by doing this fun run.

The Carmens fun run is on the 3rd of December and its all about finding an affordable solution for breast cancer.

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Here they have a 5/10 and 21km run which is done in St Kilda at the iconic beach. The race is really fun albeit warm. At the end there are some freebies for runners from some of the amazing sponsors.

Although we are raising money for the homeless, we found that most of the homeless are women fleeing domestic violence. And then most of these...

08:00

MERAH "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne"

Jo Rittey checks out the latest addition to the Northcote dining scene, Merah, an ode to sambal and deliciousness.

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Sunday, 19 November

10:45

House of Delicious consider the sauce

  House of Mandi, 326 Racecourse Road, Flemington. Phone: 9077 3963 Eating at Somalian restaurants involves a similar dynamic to chowing down at, say, the Vietnamese eateries of Footscray or St Albans. Many places have similar even identical menus. But within those parameters, there can be wonderful worlds of variation and subtle differences. []

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Saturday, 18 November

23:48

Richard Wolstencroft & MUFF ~versus~ Those Degenerate Gays "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

Local filmmaker, self-described transcendental fascist and, more recently, Trump fanboy and partisan of the AltRight,* Richard Wolstencroft, established the Melbourne Underground Film Festival (MUFF) in 2000 after the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) declined screening his 1999 film Pearls Before Continue reading

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Thursday, 31 August

14:50

Smart Arts - 31 August 2017 "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

This week on Smart Arts, Richard sits down with Director Gary Abrahams and cast member Grant Cartwright to chat about their adaptation of this two part production Angels in America: a gay fantasia on national themes, CEO of Melbourne Fringe festival Simon Abrahams and writer/director Francis Lee to chat about film God's own Country, now showing at selected cinemas. 

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Monday, 17 October

16:20

The Salt Lake Band bring music and culture of Groote Eylandt to Yabun Festival "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

All the way from Groote Eyelandt in the Northern Territory, the 11 member Salt Lake Band will make history next January when they become the largest band to ever grace the stage at Yabun Festival, one of the nations biggest and longest running annual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music and culture events.

Formally known as Yantarrgna Band (after lead singer/song-writer Brandon Yantarrgna), Salt Lake Band consist of brothers, uncles, cousins and grandfathers, all hailing from the Warnindilyakwa family group.

Were feeling really proud and excited that our mob, Groote Eylandt, Warnindilyakwa mob, from Top End, Gulf of Carpentaria, can have a voice in Sydney at Yabun with all our Koori brothers and sisters, we have never travelled that far from our Island, says Basil Mamarika, a young elder and spokesman of the Umbakumba community and member of Salt Lake Band.

The name of Salt Lake Band springs from a special part of the band members traditional lands, bringing with it their song-lines and Dreamings, all sung in Anindilyakwa language. Mixing rock, blues and reggae, and incorporating the band members totems of dugong, turtle, whale, dolphin, seagull and shark, Salt Lake Bands songs share the sacredness and potency of the Warnindilyakwa Dreamtime.

The Salt Lake Band share a 10 year history and have headlined at several major Indigenous music and cultural events including Garma, Barunga, and the Alice Springs Bush Bands Bash. Based in their home community of Umbakumba (which has a total population of 350 people) the bands language group is distinct from Yolngu, belonging exclusively to Groote Eyelandt.

Proud representatives of their language group and culture, Salt Lake Band have gained the financial support of their own Anindilyakwa Land Council (ALC) to make the long trek to Sydney in order to share their music and culture with the Yabun audience, providing a special added cultural element to the 2017 Yabun Festival which already features esteemed Indigenous artists Kev Carmody and Warren H Williams.

The Top End continues to be such a wellspring of vibrant and unique Aboriginal music and artistry and we are absolutely thrilled to showcase some of that proud legacy and culture at the 2017 Yabun Festival, says Yabun Festival Producer, Miah Wright.

This will be one of the few times that a Top End band has performed at Yabun and is set to be one of the most special moments in the events 15 year history.

Yabun Festival takes places at Victoria Park in Camperdown on January 26, 2017 (10:00am 7:00pm).

Monday, 10 October

16:49

Perform at Yabun Festivals Corroboree Ground "IndyWatch Feed Melbourne.arts"

Held each year on January 26 at Victoria Park in inner Sydney, Yabun Festivals Corroboree Ground features traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance performances occurring throughout the day.

Corroboree Ground has become one of the most popular elements of the annual Yabun Festival, the largest annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in New South Wales that draws over 20 000 people each year. Corroboree Ground provides a unique space to celebrate the vitality of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures on Survival Day.

Yabun Festival welcomes expressions of interest from traditional dance groups from across the country to perform at the 2017 Yabun Festival.

To register your interest and receive more information on performance rates, please complete the online form.

Expressions of interest will close on September 30.

 


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