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5 Food Blogs You Need To Get Your Mouth Around

5 Food Blogs You Need To Get Your Mouth Around

| August 30, 2014

Words by Andrea Love THEY say nothing beats the smell and the feel of a book in your hands, but sometimes when you’ve spent hours rifling through the pages of a recipe collection, you may lust for the gleam of a retina display. Since every man, woman and child own their own smart device now, […]

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Global Profile: Portland

Global Profile: Portland

| August 29, 2014

Words by Aiho Tan STOP by the City of Portland, Oregon in United States as you venture through the Pacific Northwest. Why? Simply because it’s time to let loose and soak up the city’s downtown cultural vibe with countless breweries, coffeehouses and food trucks. Whether you choose to explore the city by land, air, sea […]

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Andrea’s Love: Slow Cooked Pulled Pork Buns With Apple Slaw

Andrea’s Love: Slow Cooked Pulled Pork Buns With Apple Slaw

| August 29, 2014

Words by Andrea Love PULLED pork rolls are the in thing right now, with every gastropub, café and market stall serving up their own version. If you are yet to sample the heaven that is pulled pork, you are probably living under a rock, but not to worry, I have simple recipe for you that […]

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The Pantry: Honey

The Pantry: Honey

| August 28, 2014

Words by Natasha Norford “My son, eat thou honey, for it is good.” -King Solomon FOR thousands of years, honey has been considered a traditional ayurvedic medicine. The long-ago medicinal compounds of Egypt used honey to treat illnesses and wounds, while the ancient Greeks believed that honey could lengthen a life span. Consuming honey has […]

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Slather It On: Products For Thirsty Skin

Slather It On: Products For Thirsty Skin

| August 27, 2014

Words by Jessica Douglas THIS one is for those of you who suffer from parched skin. I feel your pain, my friends. But fear not. I have found some amazing products that will have your skin feeling super hydrated and supple in no time at all. Oh my lord. The Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst […]

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Top 4 Song Of Ice And Fire Theories

Top 4 Song Of Ice And Fire Theories

| August 27, 2014

Words by Johnny Harkin FIRST off A Song of Ice and Fire is one of the best fantasy series I’ve ever read, and its TV adaption Game of Thrones is epically brilliant also. No ‘iffs’ or ‘buts’ here folks, if you disagree, kindly fuck off now. Now that that is out of the way, lets […]

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Run For Your Seat To Run, Girl, Run

Run For Your Seat To Run, Girl, Run

| August 26, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha RUN, Girl, Run is an energetic, high paced, in-your-face show about Australia’s concept of gender. The show’s masterminds, Laura Hughes, Tom Browne, and Clare Phillips, who make up Grit Theatre, are based in Melbourne and they are bringing their lycra induced sweat fest to Brisbane for Brisbane Festival. To check out […]

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Emma Valente Reworks Orlando

Emma Valente Reworks Orlando

| August 25, 2014

Words by Michelle Cha BRISBANE Festival is less than two weeks away and I got to chat with the lovely Emma Valente. Co-creator of The Rabble and director of the cosmic, ethereal, and edgy production Orlando. Based on the novel by Virginia Woolf of the same name, Emma shared with me her vision, inspirations, and […]

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It Was Her Fault I Swear

It Was Her Fault I Swear

| August 23, 2014

Words by Matt Huxley WE all have that moment on the travelling road where we do something that will make our future self cringe at the utter embarrassment. We will also try and make out that it was clearly someone else’s fault. Even if there were eyewitnesses. This moment for me happened on a train […]

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Global Profile: Singapore

Global Profile: Singapore

| August 23, 2014

Words by Aiho Tan EARLIER this month, the Republic of Singapore celebrated its 49th year of independence.  Located in Southeast Asia with an area of 697 square kilometres, slightly more than three and a half times of Washington DC, Singapore is home to a diverse mix of cultural backgrounds. With a population over 5.5 million […]

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