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Carsten Höller's art slippery dip will let you slide all the way from the top floor of GOMA to the bottom.
19 artists combine to celebrate two decades of vamp-staking television.
A violent, gritty, soulful tribute to the character behind so much of this franchise's enduring popularity.
More pizza, more often.
The eastside gets a new food truck frenzy.
Relive your favourite Murray movies over and over again.
This walking tour offers a different take on the city's history.
James Street turns into a fashion party for one night only.
Old faves, overlooked highlights and more.
Kick back with Friday arvo tunes and food.
Music and wine come together for a party in the vines.
Learn, shop, chat, drink and eat as local makers showcase their handmade and fresh-cooked wares.
Celebrate everyone's favourite pink drink.
Brisbane gets its first regular market dedicated to pets.
Inner west residents, your weekends are looking fresh.
Enough of this frose business.
This weekly westside shopping gathering is worth getting up early for.
Brisbane's regular celebration of the humble hula-hoop returns.
The next best thing to venturing deep under the border between Switzerland and France.
Ever wondered what the rain sounds like in an 8-bit form?
We all know how boring wet weather is. Now, two women have developed a way to cure that boredom with an umbrella that makes 8-bit sounds when it is hit by rain.
Alice Zappe and Julia Läger used 12 sensors, 2 speakers and an Arduino minicontroller to enable their umbrella to create sounds. The intensity of the rain changes the sound, surely making for an interesting compilation in a torrential downpour.
Although the umbrella doesn't produce actual songs it could easily be modified to play pre-recorded tunes. It's a bit of fun while you are walking in the rain and will most definitely put some smiles on otherwise glum faces in the rainy street.
Published on June 04, 2012 by Jane Fayle
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An intimate true story about love in the face of prejudice.
This captivating doco was the darling of last year's festival circuit.
An early contender for the worst movie of the year.
A new Saturday night foodie market south of the river.
Your Friday night dose of nostalgia.