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Crunchy, delicious chicken wings are fast taking over our city and its cause for celebration. Wings of Glory, famous for their American style Chicken Buffalo Wings with a twist of local Australian TLC, are set to open their third store in Greensborough and they are throwing a party. The new instalment, in addition to South Melbourne and the Little Lonsdale Street stores, is close to RMIT and La Trobe Universities and what better way to fuel this city’s youth than a good old-fashioned chow down. But it’s not just chicken that steals the limelight, Wings of Glory also champions options for vegetarians and gluten intolerant diets and there’s something for everyone, including their freshly hand cut chips, now that’s a labour of love. Did we mention ice cream dogs? These scrumptious desserts come in Choc Oreo, Honeycomb Crunch and Strawberry Bliss and are a new instalment to the Wings of Glory menu. Greensborough is their biggest store to date and is now open. The team behind this fast-growing local marvel are excited to showcase their …

Cadbury Treat Street

Remember that scene in Willy Wonka where Mr Wonka, shows off his magnificent chocolate room with oversized gummy bears, candy cane trees and a giant river overflowing full of chocolate? Well, imagine if you could experience something just like that right here in Melbourne. This Halloween, Cadbury are going all out and transforming one (very) lucky street in Glen Iris to a street party full of treats. Cadbury Treat Street will feature non-stop entertainment, party games, a community BBQ and thousands of Cadbury chocolate treats to be given away. Paul Chatfield, Marketing Lead at Cadbury, said: “Halloween is a great occasion to bring neighbours and communities together and Maitland St in Glen Iris has been championing this for a long time. We wanted to highlight what they do every year and inspire other communities to do the same. We’ll be creating a joyful spectacle on the street that we hope will be a memorable occasion for everyone who joins us on the day. We encourage local Melbourne residents to come down to the Cadbury Treat Street and join …

Unset Typologies

‘Unset Typlogies’  by Izabela Pluta, explores how the nature of photomural wallpaper enables observers to hypothesise the existence of a past and glimpse the possibility of a future while inviting us to contemplate the relentless renewal of the CBD over time. Commissioned by the City of Melbourne Public Art Program, her photomural banner depicts a transitional site, where light fittings, ceiling panels, vents and lights are suspended as a result of a building’s transformation. When: 30 Jan 2013 – 30 Dec 2015 Where: CitiPower Substation, 620-640 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, Visit the website here.