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  1. Ageing gracefully

    Like Melbourne’s inexorable urban sprawl, the ageing process is an existential reality which can‘t be addressed with quick fix applications nor assuaged with marketing hype. Some of our city’s God forsaken outer suburbs are probably beyond salvation but mortals grappling with the fear of death- mortality are being offered extra time-hope with the help of bio technology.
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    A recent Time magazine article featured the Cenegenics Medical Institute in Las Vegas which bills itself as ‘the world’s largest age-management practice’. Their marketing suggests a unique and balanced combination of nutrition, exercise and hormone optimization.’ The later sounds more like what primary producers inject into poultry and ...

    Updated 15th May 2011 at 01:14 PM by Mick Pacholli

    Fabrizio Marsani
  2. Claypots - live

    Claypots Seafood & Wine
    (03) 9534 1282
    213 Barkly St
    St Kilda, 3182


    213 Barkly St., St Kilda, Monday nights 8.30 - 10.30 p.m.

    Free. 8.30 'til they decide to stop.

    Updated 23rd May 2011 at 01:21 PM by Mick Pacholli

  3. Fabrizio Marsani

    According to my local council I live in one of Australia’s most culturally diverse municipalities where 150 languages are spoken. The council is currently in Cultural Diversity Week mode endeavouring to celebrate and showcase the diversity of these unlikely ethnic bedfellows. Melbourne has seen the gentrification of most suburbs which fall within a ten kilometre radius of the CBD during the last decade or so. It’s been a fairly predictable makeover were neighbourhood shopping strips have loosely supplanted utilitarian for lifestyle .

    My suburb’s gentrification hasn't been