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Factory Next Door - Brunswick Daily
The Factory Next Door

The Factory Next Door

Did you know Shamrock Street used to be called Royal Crescent? Or that there was a small factory located at the heart of one of the few winding streets in Brunswick? Barry York used to live right next to this factory, but he knows too little about it. Barry did his research but he hit a wall. Maybe you can help him, read to learn more!

Mulled Wine - Brunswick Daily
Mulled Winter in Brunswick

Mulled Winter in Brunswick

Mulled drinks recipes vary from place to place. Cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg are the typical ingredients but Brunswick gives us more.

In this article, you will find three mulled drinks recipes from different local bars that bring their own personality with flavours that range from vanilla to cognac. We invite you to try them all.

Click here to learn more.

Leonard French - Brunswick Daily
The Boy from Brunswick

The Boy from Brunswick

What does the magnificent stained glass ceiling of the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria have to do with Brunswick?

The answer is Leonard French. A Brunswick artist "delighted in publicly roasting the Australian art establishment, seeing its art historians, curators and cavilling newspaper critics as his natural enemies".

Learn more about him or teach us something about him in this article.

Franco Cozzo - Brunswick Daily
As Brunswick as it gets

As Brunswick as it gets

"I think Franco Cozzo was one of the first 'ethnic' (non-English-speaking background) faces on television based on a positive representation."

Franco Cozzo is definitely an icon within Brunswick, Footscray, and Melbourne's pop-culture. Franco comes from a TV-ads era when commercials unconsciously portrayed our culture and showcased the products that designed our way of living.

Read this Barry York's article to learn more about a local legend Franco Cozzo.

Brunswegian or Brunswickian?

Brunswegian or Brunswickian?

A demonym is a noun used to denote the natives or inhabitants of a particular place. In this article, Barry York, who grew up in Brunswick in the 50's, presents other cities' demonyms to contrast the traditional one for our suburb, "Brunswegian".
Do you think it's time for a change?