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A few years ago, photographer Gabriele Galimberti set off on a round-the-world adventure. Before he left, his grandma wasn't so concerned with any mishaps or shenanigans Gabriele might get up to while abroad. Her main concern was: “What will you eat?”
A start-up out of Serbia might just be onto the most environmentally friendly ice-box ever created. The WooBox uses waste wool as insulation - something a bit different to your usual esky, then.
We're told a lot of things are as easy as riding a bike. But how easy is it to get back into cycling once you’ve been away for a while? If your bike is covered in dust out in the shed, and you couldn’t even say where your old Stackhat is?
While folks in the U.S. might like to use the phrase “As American as apple pie”, the pastry treat that seems most exotically American, from this side of the Pacific at least, has to be the pumpkin pie.
Regional Flavours is on this weekend at the South Bank Parklands, promising farm fresh produce from Queensland’s market movers and shakers, plus live cooking demonstrations from some well-known chefs, alongside good music and mouth-watering gourmet fare.
Lots of different cultures around the world are onboard with communal steam baths and hot spas. But Finland probably takes the cake. They even invented the word sauna.
Political refugee Luz Restrepo arrived in Australia in 2010 feeling isolated and disempowered. Not anymore, thanks to SisterWorks, a social enterprise she created to support female migrants, refugees and asylum seekers.