Sugar Mountain Join Forces with Mushroom Group

  With January looming and no lineup announcement to speak of, lovers of Melbourne festival Sugar Mountain were getting a little worried. But it seems the team behind the event, Tig Huggins, Pete… Continue reading

Blog Post #2 – Food, Glorious Food.

For the last few weeks – amidst the usual mid-semester drinking, cafe hopping, and sleeping ’till noon (oh my) – I’ve been helping out at The Field Institute. It started when a friend… Continue reading

Blog Post #1 – Welcome

Good Afternoon and Welcome, I’m trying to be a writer and it’s a lot of fun. Sometimes I get to write about things I love. But the best part is all the new… Continue reading

Next Wave Festival 2014

There’s only two more sleeps ’till the Next Wave Festival commences and this year’s program is looking pretty neat. The almost month-long celebration of Australia’s emerging artists will run until Sunday 11 May… Continue reading

Wuthering Heights, Rippon Lea House & Gardens, 26 February: Review

  The breeze picks up and rustles through the trees as we make our way to the lawn outside Ripponlea House. Picnic blankets fly through the air as each patron hurries to claim… Continue reading

Interview: Gold Panda

Just a couple of weeks out from his trip to Australia for Golden Plains, Gold Panda is learning how to make curry with his Indian grandmother back in his hometown of Essex, UK.… Continue reading

A White Night District Guide

More than 300,000 people attended last year’s White Night and this year is set to be even bigger. The event will expand significantly to encompass 11 exciting precincts and will stretch from NGV… Continue reading

Everguide’s Picks of the Best Places to Picnic

Christmas and New Year’s may be behind us but the silly season ain’t over yet. What better way to while away the summer months than to hit the great outdoors with your mates?… Continue reading

In Conversation with Patricia Piccinini on the Skywhale

7am is mighty early but it didn’t deter art lovers from heading to the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) Forecourt to see Patricia Piccinini’s Skywhale. Sadly though their dedication was not rewarded,… Continue reading

Editor of Archer Magazine Amy Middleton: Interview

Amy Middleton has worked in journalism for ten years, but when the idea for a magazine focusing on sexual diversity came to her she couldn’t sit idly and ignore it. After eight months,… Continue reading