If you're thinking what to read next, maybe a bit of cause and effect philosophy, the memory of a trip in 2019, and a (very) short review of a list of books will guide you through your decision making process.
Learn more about multi-ethnic networks of knowledge, local businesses and accessible good quality education from Tom Bentley's perspective, a supportive netball dad to his daughters and a resident of Brunswick East who also happens to be the Executive Director for Policy and Impact at RMIT University.
A1 Bakery is arguably the most well-known business on Sydney Road. Read this article to learn more about A1's history and how they have stayed true to their philosophy of true comfort, authenticity and quality to become one of the Institutions of Brunswick.
I’m pretty sure that after a couple of lockdowns you’ve tried more than a few strategies to keep yourself busy while staying at home. Nevertheless, I’ve prepared a list of seven recommendations for you to explore during each one of the next seven days.
Annalivia Hannan is the current Mayor of the City of Moreland and this is no coincidence. Brunswick multiculturalism, a few steps on the dance floor, a passion for social work, soccer, and a legendary family strategy shaped her story. Read this article to learn more about another Legend of Brunswick.
Brunswick East local Claudia Nankervis realised Melbourne could benefit from open-mic style storytelling nights. This is the story of Backyard Stories and how this community-focused event, after surviving rainy nights and a pandemic, finally arrives at Brunswick Artists' Bar.
Private Parts is an inherently collaborative space for people to converse, question, share knowledge and support one another, a space that removes the stigma of shaming people into silence over topics pertaining to their sexual and mental health. Read more about Private Parts in this article
A vibrating and surreal exhibition inspired by an extended lockdown, maybe? Paintings that might give you headaches, inspire delusions of escape, and connect with your aspirations to do something too great to be true, perhaps? Joseph Carbone, a gallery noob shares with us his experience at Beinart Gallery, located at the heart of Brunswick.
Back in 1954, the passenger vessel known as the SS Himalaya arrived at Station Pier in Melbourne. Three of its passengers were about to embark on a whole new adventure that helped to reshape Brunswick. We invite you to read the story of Loreto, Olive and their son Barry who shared with us some episodes of 1950 and 1960's Brunswick.