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  • the capital of Victoria state and 2nd largest Australian city; a financial and commercial center


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Melbourne (The City Series)
Melbourne (The City Series)
A year in Melbourne’s city life told in diary form, this contemporary and personal portrait depicts major events from the Australian heat wave, which culminated in more than 400 bushfires, to the destructive deluge of a hailstorm. While walking through Melbourne’s oldest suburb to its largest market, experiencing an Australian Rules Football game, and attending the comedy festival, writer Sophie Cunningham journeys deep into her own recollections of the city she grew up in, and tells stories from its history. She strolls by Melbourne’s rivers and creeks and considers the history of the wetlands and river that sit at Melbourne’s heart, for it is water?the corralling of it, the excess of it, the squandering of it, the lack of it?that defines Melbourne’s history, its present, and its future.

I've been TAGGED! by Alanna:)

I've been TAGGED! by Alanna:)
I tag Moonfairy’s Dreamland (Mette) and MademoiselleBlythe (Fanny)
1.Basics: I am a 44 year old and act 24! I am the mother of two toddlers whjo you’ve all seen here, Caleb, 3 and Elspeth 2.
2. My favourite shows on TV were Twin Peaks by aDavid Lynch -and the current favs are Being Human, Miranda and a comedy which has finished its’ first season called Psychoville (sort of dark comedy really)
3. My childrens names are as above: Caleb George and Elspeth Alice. My sister was really upset when i said my husband wanted to call our daughter Elsie Alice instead of Alice Elsie! Her name is Alice! Other names I liked were: Ariel, Gabriella, Oscar but we couldn’t agree on those so i aquiesced:)
4.I studied at Uni a few times and have a Bachelor of Arts and a PostGraduate Diploma in Information Management and Library Studies. This is a long-winded way of saying i’m a trained Librarian.
5.My first job was obviously Babysitting for neighbours and a cafe assistant then when i got a real real job I was a waitress at Spaghetti Theatre in Melbourne. Then i was a Copy Editor at a Publishing House then worked in a few Libtraries in Melbourne. The in my thirties I had a job with a partner running a second hand and vintage/collectible shop in Brunswick, Melbourne
6.I think my attitude to children was always just one for me. I was doagnosed with Lupus when I was eighteen and it was recommended that I not attempt a pregnancy but as you can see my stubbornness won out in the end and i have TWO!!
7. I have been to Bali, Italy, England and in Australia I’ve vistied Darwin, Qld, Nsw, South Australia and now live in Tassie:)
8.My favourite bands are too many to mention but i am very fond of 80s gothic bands: Cure, Sisters of Mercy, Siouxie and the Banshees, also love Nick Cave, Vanessa Paradis and Emilie Simon (French)
9.When i was at Uni I used to run a radio show with my girlfriend doing the same course as me. We also ran a couple of shows on a Community Radio Station in Melbourne – U felt like a Rock Star!
10. I got married in a Church, was confirmed in an Anglican Church at 14 but now I’m not religious at all and I dont think I was then either:) I wanted to get married in a Church because it stamps a certain solemnity and tradition on the occassion and it was a beautiful service and venue:)
11. As you can see by my avatar Ruby Gloom is my little anime heroine:) She is brave, has a good sense of humour, great sense of fashion and enormous loyalty to friends and family.
12.My first boyfriend was really when I was in Year 10 making me 15 years. He was much more emotionally mature tha me and adored me whereas I am ashamed to say that whilst I really liked him a lot I was in that relationship to fit in with social and peer group pressure:) He was in a band which was ultra cool and very good looking and played the trombone (but played guitar in the band!) They were called Wasted Daze – how cute!! He was i year older than me btw
13.My favourite number is three and seven cause they’re pretty
14. My family all knew about my first boyfriend and liked him, he was pretty ace!
15. Fashion wise, I love the surprise of eclectic, punky vintage clothes -of course this is a problem now because of my age! I mean I look at other women my age and think to myself -OMG! she shouldn’t wear that at her age and stage!!! What a massive hypocrite i am! please forgive me
16.not sure what i’m being asked here -but I’m quite happy with myself and how I am although I have issues with hair – want it long, then short, then dyed then natural – I love a change!
17.Ihave no bad secrets i’m hiding except for my dollie purchases -too many and too often!
18. no, I dont have enough self-confidence but mostly feel good about me 🙂
19.The most hurtful thing anyone has said to me will not be repeated here – I was in an abusive relationship through my thirties and was too scared and too damaged to work my way out of that situation. It meant I was unable to see my family for around 3 years!! I was also unable to attend my eldest sister’s wedding and didn’t even know about it!! I am shocked now that I allowed this sipral downward to continue for so long – but I came down to Tasmania to live and am near family and indeed have started my own beautiful family – so everything looks pretty rosy for me and by comparison I am living in clover:) Yay!
20.My elder sis is my best friend but she lives interstate! We catch up a lot tho:)
21. I have friends here in Tas but we have enormous commitments to our respective families (with kids) so we dont catch up nearly enough! People think I have no confidence issues because I am very enthusiastic in a social situation – I think my ‘extrovert’ tendencies come from the exact opposite end of the spectrum -i am actually shy but it doesn’t show:)
22.I read every night, its’ my absolute fav pastime except for dollie and art stuff!
23.I love where i am at the moment in my life. Family and friends are good and new friends are

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2010 was one for the record books and a stellar year for BDO.

We not only passed the emotional 100 show mark with a bang, but also staged our biggest shows to the largest and our most respectful audiences of our 18 years of BDO. And so we thank you for your continued support in helping us produce the best and safest event possible for the patrons, the bands and our tireless team.

The more you care: the more we care.

Which brings us to 2011.

2010 is a very hard act to follow, so for 2011 it felt right to turn up the heat musically and visually. And what better way to explain this than to present you with over 40 exceptional acts from home and abroad for the first round alone.

This is by far our biggest and most diverse announcement ever. As well as the many incredible first timers on offer, we are enthusiastically welcoming back several iconic BDO veterans. They are some of the most exciting and uncompromising artists performing live today. We believe this combination of extremes for 2011 will create a spectacular event.

From the heaviest to the sweetest sounds in the world today, this will be a sensory overload not to be missed.

Full tickets details are below, but please remember the policies we’ve built your show on: You’re all VIPs (Very Important Punters). We don’t do elitist or bogus pre-sales: we’re either on sale or we’re not. We have what we believe to be one low ticket price for one high standard for everyone….

And we hope to see you there

Ken and Viv

So, let’s get it rolling…


The sky will blacken, the ground will shudder, the earth will open up and BIG DAY OUT will once again tremble in the presence of the awe-inspiring TOOL. “Primal, poignant, poetic and, as always, utterly powerful” (ARTISTdirect, July 2010). Touring Down Under for the first time in four years, vocalist Maynard James Keenan, guitarist Adam Jones, drummer Danny Carey and bassist Justin Chancellor will be fresh from the studio, where they have been slowly crafting a follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days. From Lateralus to Stinkfist, you know the music. But, backed by a video and laser light show unlike any other, TOOL live is also “the kind of visual experience you’ll probably never have again” (CHARTattack, August 2009). Unmatched in the world of dark, heavy rock, California’s TOOL have over 20 years scorched themselves a place as “one of the best live bands in history” (ARTISTdirect). Be blinded by their light at BIG DAY OUT 2011. (ALL SHOWS)


A decade since ruling over BIG DAY OUT with a reign of fire, pyrotechnics, monstrous riffs, wicked humour and industrial savagery, RAMMSTEIN will return this summer to reclaim their sovereign territory. The RAMMSTEIN live experience is “dizzyingly ridiculous”, says the BBC. “Rock is at its best when confrontational, subversive, curiously camp and bold, which is why RAMMSTEIN are currently one of the most important bands in the genre.” Armed with their sixth album, Liebe ist fur Alle da, Germany’s infamous techno-metal masters bring nothing less than the greatest show on earth: “RAMMSTEIN are in pulverising form, the crowd are going crazy, the atmosphere is electric and the firebombs launching from the stage are like World War III on apocalypse LSD” (The Quietus, February 2010). Bow down to your kings, BIG DAY OUT 2011, for RAMMSTEIN have returned. (ALL SHOWS)


It’s time for a new generation to plug in to the raw power of IGGY AND THE STOOGES at BIG DAY OUT 2011. The band that invented punk rock return with iconic frontman Iggy Pop rejoined by guitarist James Williamson, drummer Scott Asheton, bass player Mike Watt and sax player Steve Mackay. IGGY AND THE STOOGES will be performing songs from their landmark 1973 album Raw Power, and cherry-picking the likes of Fun House, I Wanna Be Your Dog and Down On The Street from their incendiary back catalogue. Kurt Cobain consistently listed Raw Power as his #1 favorite album of all time and Jack White will tell you that Fun House is the best rock and roll album ever made! It’s “the most chaotic and beautiful mess you could ever want” (Boston Herald, September 2010). As Iggy says, “The Stooges and I are cocked and loaded to deliver it live on stage.” And the only place to see IGGY AND THE STOOGES deliver it this summer is at BIG

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Personal Recollections of Early Melbourne & Victoria
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