The 66th annual Melbourne International Film Festival kicked off on Thursday, with a showing of the dramatic true story Jungle. SHIAMAK UNWALLA reports
Melbourne’s sneaker heads are some of the most devoted in the world, waiting days for the chance to buy a single pair of a limited-edition, cult masterpiece. RUBY MULLER reports
The Roaring Twenties, with its speakeasy bars and Great Gatsby-style extravagant parties, is brought to life in a glamorous fashion exhibition at Rippon Lea. SHELBY BROOKS takes a closer look.
Monash students overwhelmingly think coffee is an environmental issue, but still think taste is more important. SHELBY BROOKS asked students about their attitudes, and offers some solutions.
Melbourne was a city of music for JOCELYN WANG when she first arrived. For the subject of her photo essay, she naturally chose a musician.
Gangs of kids on bicycles with BIG loudspeakers playing music – In New Zealand it’s a thing, and a pretty controversial one. Now one man, using recycled loudspeakers, is bringing music to his local suburban streets in Melbourne – and quickly finding a following. CHRISTIAN BARRO met Allan Upoko to find out more.
What does being at uni mean, and how does it feel when your time there is nearly done? In Mojo’s occasional Human Stories series, KARINA SCHULZ WHARWOOD looks at one of life’s big transitions.
Spoonful of Melbourne is a podcast series that explores the different cultures of Melbourne suburbs and the stories that come with them, with food as a starting point.
An unoccupied war repatriations building will transform into an art gallery for former servicemen and women after four years of lobbying by a veterans group. MATILDA BOSELEY reports
For this week’s Streetegist, RENEE ARNDT looks at combining style with ethics and sustainability.