This 2007 Pulitzer winning drama written by David Lindsay-Abaire should have audiences laughing one moment and crying the next. The story surrounds Howie and Becca, who have the world at their feet – until their four-year-old son Danny is tragically killed in a road accident. The play is set eight months after their son’s death […]
I’d like to give a big birthday shout-out to the Rabbit Hole Bar & Dining crew, who celebrated their first year of operation by throwing a great shindig last week. Surrounded by a crew of media, loyal customers, food industry folk - including bloggers like Simon Food Favourites and Porkstar ambassador Mitch Edwards – plus celebrities like Nacho Pop, I attended with my friend Joanna in tow.
Bon Iver. Arcade Fire. Bombay Bicycle Club. “This could be my playlist,” my bar bloke illuminated as we juiced up on the real underground business: good booze.
“Pick it up, flip it over, try to catch the balls in your mouth,” says Doug Laming with a cheeky grin. He’s tall, tattooed and handsome, and at only 26, a surprisingly sophisticated molecular mixologist.