I’ve not posted for about 6 weeks. I think I’m bored with this. Hyperlocal never gained acceptance in Australia and the audience for food blogs has long since gone. This site gets a similar amount of traffic now as it
Fail fast may be a hyped aphorism for entrepreneurs, but it doesn’t seem suited to small business like shops and cafes. In recent times I’ve noticed an increasing number of small businesses failing very fast. Process shop on Brunswick St
There was a sign in the window of Ibla Cucina Italiana on Johnston St more than a month ago saying they were away on holidays and would be returning in late July. It was still there in early August (though
I’m no horticultural expert, but I doubt this graft is going to flourish. On the window of a furniture shop on Johnston St.
Che is a new Peruvian chicken shop where Shocolate used to be. It’s good to see this space occupied after being empty for a couple of years. As more of the interior is used by bar and production, they have
Fitzroy says yes to marriage equality. This is on the Chapel St outdoor gallery just off Johnston St.
On about the night of Friday 11 August, on the corner of Greeves and Hargreaves streets, a man called Neil had his bike stolen. It was locked to a pole. Just a week before, a neighbour also had their bike
This installation of vegetables and sock was on the footpath of Hodgson St opposite Woolworths yesterday. I like how the sock is colour coordinated with the greens.
I have looked at Process, a new shop on Brunswick St, in confusion a couple of times over the past month or so. I watched it being fitted out, and looked at its website, where many of the product details