CBD Local

An upbeat view on city life

By David Schout On meeting John Dall’Amico at the Kelvin Club, one thing becomes immediately clear when chatting in the club’s cosy surrounds; he’s very involved. “I’m a glutton for committees,” he laughs. And he’s not lying. Mr Dall’Amico is a past president of the private members’ club, along with being the current president of

Pets Corner

Max-imum entertainment

By Niccola Anthony Max, a 10-year-old beagle shar pei cross, was recently rescued by CBD resident Jane Lee, 23. Jane, a history student at the University of Melbourne, was searching for a rescue dog to provide companionship in her apartment located across from the Queen Victoria Market. Jane consulted Forever Friends Animal Rescue, a volunteer-run

Street Art

Phenomenon of street art

By Adrian Doyle It is clear that street art has become an important part of the Melbourne cultural milieu with urban art appearing throughout the city in a variety of contexts. You can find it in advertisements, on trams, in shops, on tee shirts and of course on the walls and laneways. It has appeared

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