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Meni Valle’s ‘Ikaria’ receives award in France’s Eugénie Brazier literary prize

Greek-Australian author and food teacher Meni Valle has been honoured in France’s ‘prix Eugénie Brazier’ a literary award recognising contributions to culinary heritage by female authors. Awarded by ‘The friends …

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What’s On 10-17 December: Dance, comedy, food and a summer drawing class

VIC UNTITLED: AN IMPROVISED MONOLOGUE EVERY NIGHT In Untitled, Evangelos Arabatzis presents an improvised stand-up monologue every night, triggered by a single word. The aim is to create an environment …

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Honey Dee’s sweet story of success

Bill Moragiannis from the much-loved Honey Dee Loukoumades truck has been making the delectable honeyed Greek donut puffs for over seven years. The Honey Dee truck has graced “every Antipodes …

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Nikou’s Slant wins Best Australian Film at Monster Fest

Melbourne 1999. Christmas time. A career-crazed journalist unearths the secrets behind the disappearance of an infamous socialite while dredging up family traumas of his own. That is the synopsis of …

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Balkan brass and bagpipes to grace Northcote’s Parish Hall for one night only

On Friday 16 December a pan-Balkan contingent and friends will descend on Parish Hall at 52 James Street Northcote where an evening of musical delight will be held for patrons …

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Full house for community theatre showcasing imaginative and powerful performance of ‘Twenty Two’

Dozens of Greek Melburnians arrived at the St Dimitrios Church Hall in Prahran on Sunday evening to enjoy the much anticipated performance Twenty Two (Eikosi Dyo), dedicated to the 100 …

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Stories ancient Greeks told about their gods and heroes

The annual Hellenic Museum Summer School will be returning in January to run short courses on Greek, Roman and Byzantine worlds, that cover myths, faith, philosophy and the culture of …

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Salonika Burning, a haunting antiwar novel dives into the past to wake us up to the present

Gail Jones is back with a ninth novel, that bears a haunting title prologuing a visceral account that connects Greece and Australia through the atrocities of war. The book begins …

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1000mods ready for Australian tour

Often lately one sees the promotions of an Australian festival called Greek Fringe with the tagline ‘An exploration of contemporary Hellenic diversity and innovation’ and yet it has naught to …

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M’ap Boulé – a work born of revolution

M’ap Boulé by Haitian Australian performer Nancy Denis and presented by Urban Theatre Projects (Utp) has been called “a unique blend of lyrical storytelling and powerful songwriting.” M’ap Boulé, is …

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