LEGO’s been a little controversial of late, what with refusing to supply LEGO to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei and all. That said, kids are always...Myer Melbourne, 314-336 Bourke St, Melbourne
Monster Fest, Melbourne’s annual celebration of all things cult and horror, kicks off on Thursday November 26 at Lido Cinemas with the world...Lido Cinemas, 675 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn
The Interrobang Festival of Questions, running over the last weekend in November, is Melbourne’s first-ever crowd-sourced festival where the...Around Melbourne , Around Melbourne, Melbourne
All too often we think about making a difference in the world with our daily life choices – but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to...Federation Square , Swanston St, Melbourne
A lifetime student, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki has spent his life sifting through piles of information, on a quest for knowledge and facts. Along the...Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier St, Fitzroy
Built between 1885-1890, this building is was designed by George Johnson – one of the most prolific designer of municipal buildings in late 19th...140 Hoddle St, Abbotsford
Heritage-listed Victorian building built in the Free Classical style of the era, with a hall, tower and courthouse. In latter years it has also...201 Napier St, Fitzroy
Formerly the Caulfield Town Hall, this venue hosts concerts, exhibitions and other events.Cnr Glen Eira & Hawthorn Rd, Caulfield
Located a stone's throw from Melbourne University, this vibrant café caters to the body and soul with tasty, healthy and affordable vegan food....167 Grattan Street, Carlton
Opened on July 16, 2012, the Swanston Academic Building (Building 80) is a state-of-the-art educational facility containing innovative lecture...Cnr Stewart & A’beckett St, Melbourne
London spawned a global church for atheists, which has wended its wicked way to Melbourne. Andrzej Lukowski investigates the unholy rise of the...
The executive director of the St James Ethics Centre has plenty of schemes in place for debate and the exchange of lively ideas...
Graham Hancock is an expert on ancient civilisations - and at the Origins of Consciousness symposium he'll argue that psychoactive drugs have...
Are you a geek? An entrepreneur? Or just like meeting people? If you're packing the right chromosomes, there’s a Melbourne networking group for you.
From addressing homophobia in high schools, Daniel Witthaus generated an Australia-wide road trip and a book called Beyond 'That’s So Gay'