Monthly Archives: August 2018

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Gretta Ray – Corner Hotel Richmond

By | August 17th, 2018|music, radio|

Gretta Ray is amazing with a capital G. I admit, I have loved pretty much everything that she has put out so far. From 'Long Distance' to 'Towers' to 'Time', she has spoken the contents of my heart more eloquently than I ever could. Is it something about the younger generations? They are more emotionally [...]

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Lulu’s for wine, art and conversation

By | August 10th, 2018|art, bars and restaurants, daily life, friends|

Lulu Cafe and Gallery is a lovely place to meet with friends on a lovely winter evening. Three glasses of Tempranillo and a delicious meal marinated chicken Maryland later and it is with a certain spring in my step that I meet the 9:07 train to Keon Park. Words are what have been missing in [...]

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Mid week French cuisine in a beautiful Melbourne winter

By | August 1st, 2018|bars and restaurants, holidays, weather|

I just got back from a really nice dinner at a French restaurant in my neighbourhood with my parents who are visiting my city for the next few days. It makes me feel like it is the weekend already, to go out and eat nice food and drink nice wine, hehe. On a Wednesday (I [...]

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