Movin’ Melvin Brown!

It was rock and roll heaven last night at the Perth Town Hall – under the soaring wooden ceilings songwriter, singer, dancer, showman, Movin’ Melvin Brown brought the legendary father of rock n roll Chuck Berry to life. In a satiny red suit he tap danced and soft shoe shuffled across the stage before launching into a rousing rendition of Memphis to ...

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The Beldon Tavern

In the neighbourhood on a visit to the northern suburbs and looking for a quick lunch we stopped by the Beldon Tavern in Marmion Avenue. The lounge bar and dining room is relatively small but ...

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Rice Baby

Rice Baby has taken the place of the unlamented Soobydoo in Hay Street, Subiaco and as the name suggests specialises in Asian fare – an eclectic mix of mainly Chinese and Malay. The large open dining ...

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Back at Billie H

Our first visit to Billie H was one of last year’s highlights and our long awaited return this week upped the ante even more – this is a superb wine bar and restaurant – the food is exquisite and the ...

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Dao of Dylan

All decked out in pink last night, downstairs at the Maj, rock and jazz divas Monique DiMattina and Rebecca Barnard let loose their brilliant Dylan interpretive show for the Fringe. In pink because ...

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Urban Food Mafia

Urban Food Mafia, a café co-located with Funk Cider, in the grounds of the old Valencia winery in Caversham, is open daily from 8AM serving up breakfast, lunch and all day light meals. With seating ...

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When the Guildford Post Office was sold a couple of years or so ago the new owners established a garden and landscape design centre and collectibles shop in the grounds; now they have taken another ...

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Miss Chows Whitford

Miss Chows which opened as a dumpling house in Claremont Quarter a couple of years ago has spread its wings and opened a second outlet at the impressive Whitford City dining area – this houses a range ...

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