DID YOU KNOW?

Sparta Place, the commercial lane located in the heart of Brunswick, was originally called Talbot Place, changing its name in 1988 in recognition of the large number of Greeks of that region that had migrated into Australia.

Clip n Shave - Brunswick Daily
Shear satisfaction

Shear satisfaction

Clip N Shave For Men is an unpretentious barbershop located in the heart of Victoria Street. Amid an impressive collection of Elvis parafernalia, we interviewed Michael Di’lecce who opened his business 27 years ago! Michael talked with us about his passion for cutting hair, listening to stories, and making lifetime friends. Read this article and learn more about this iconic spot in Brunswick and experience our suburb through Michael's own story.

Franco Cozzo - Brunswick Daily
Franco Cozzo: Way more than Furniture

Franco Cozzo: Way more than Furniture

In this article, we publish an interview with Madeleine Martiniello, the director of "Palazzo di Cozzo". This is her first feature-length documentary that not only captures the story of the Melburnian icon, Franco Cozzo, but it also serves as a prism through which we can appreciate our culture, our local heroes, and the very many nuances of migration. Click on this card to learn more about Madeleine's experience with Franco.

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Catching Jack - Brunswick Daily
Catching Jack

Catching Jack

The Ripper substituted whatever his family name was. Jack we were told his first name was and his case will probably be solved in the past by three detectives. Yes, timelines make no sense in this story where humour and tragedy catch up to create a full new version of this popular story. Between the 31st of March and the 10th of April, come to The Meeting Room at the Trades Hall to witness the efforts of three detectives in Catching Jack.

Death in Brunswick - Brunswick Daily
Sydney Road-Spotting in Death in Brunswick, or Films to Watch with Street View Open on Your Phone

Sydney Road-Spotting in Death in Brunswick, or Films to Watch with Street View Open on Your Phone

There’s an inimitable thrill in seeing the streets of your own Australian town onscreen. It feels as if you’re looking into a mirror – one that reflects back our tacit history, our speech inflections and our collective liabilities. Being shot very much on location, Death in Brunswick gives you that hyper-local perspective of our suburb and history. Read this article to spot how our shops and streets looked like back in the early 90s, to reflect on our understanding of the multicultural bricks that have shaped our perception of the world, but most of all read it to have a good time.