I'm on the Boroondara B'Arts
mailing list and this was listed amongst the July events:Event | Monday 28 July 2008 at 6:30pm
Ethics Cafe: Is Speciesism Justified?
Readings Hawthorn: 701 Glenferrie Rd, Hawthorn, Victoria, 3122
Free monthly event.
Enquiries - 9819 1917link
I've never heard of the "Ethics Café" before, and a Google search didn't turn anything up, so I don't know what format this will be in? But I thought some people may be interested.
Also a heads-up about the 2008 Janine Haines Lecture, by Peter Singer
("Animal Welfare and Environmental Ethics: Parallels and Divergences"), in case you hadn't already read about it on veganpeople
And I've just realised that I missed this event
that was on yesterday afternoon (as part of the State of Design festival
):EAT GREEN DESIGN
Afternoon Tea 17th Thursday
AFTERNOON TEA: 3.00-5.00
Professor Peter Singer (contemporary philosopher, author and professor of bioethics)
The Ethics of What We Eat: Nothing affects the surface of the earth, and the sentient beings living on it, more than the way we produce our food. This session explores the ethical issues raised by our food choices.
Oh well, it was a bit pricey anyway, and hey I don't want PS to think I'm y'know, stalking
him or nothin' ;)
I thought I would start some conversation by asking about your favourite Melbourne veg restaurant..
i'll start the ball rolling:
Mine, without a doubt is VegieHut in Box hill, I go there for the incredibly greasy fried Kuey Teuw (spelling?) and mock roast duck, both dishes are incredibly bad for you, but so tasty! Although recently i'm back at uni so i'm rather poor... =(
They know me by name and as soon as I walk in they start putting my order in ahha.
I'm sure many of you have heard of the group FOOD NOT BOMBS
Well, this is Music not Bombs!
- We are looking for bands/musical acts & artists of any genre who could donate performance time for Music not Bombs
. You will be donating your time to raise awareness of food, hunger and animal rights issue, much like Food not Bombs
(not that we are in anyway authorized/associated with the former other than the name at present =>)!
So! if anyone is interested please email us email@example.com
Note: good for karma!
There'll be a chicken/poultry congress happening up in Brisbane from the 1st - 4th of July. Protests will/have/are being organized for it.
If anyone is interested in attending, there will be many people willing to offer a lift if you don't live around Brisbane (i.e Melbourne or Sydney). Get in touch with your local Animal Lib or Animals Australia office and ask about it.
Or, feel free to message me over LJ and ask for details. I'll get back to you asap.
x-posted around. Sorry for the spammage.
does anyone know exactly where I can find black synthetic school shoes? As cheap as possible, and less than $50, I've already tried Kmart and Target etc.
Good support and grip a plus.
Looking for vegan black shoes that aren't from VeganWares (as cool as they are, wayyy off my budget).
Simple question - where in Melbourne would I buy vegan cheese slices?
Extra points if they melt well.
Also, any reviews of any of these?
i stupidly ordered the wrong size belt from pangea vegan products so now i have a very lovely size 28 black square studded belt like this:http://www.veganstore.com/vegan-belts/punk-studded-belt/Page_1/375.html
it only arrived today, and since it is the wrong size has not been worn.
the belt cost $29.00 and the postage cost $33.00 (usa to australia) so im wondering if anyone wants to buy it for $40 ONO.
im in melbourne but ill pay for postage to send it anywhere in australia.
and my apologies if posts like this arent allowed?
cheers and thanks,
Anyone in Melbourne, Australia looking for somewhere to live, or know anyone who is?
Come the second week of Feb, we'll have a spare room. It's big and bright, and the house is located close to public transport in leafy Camberwell. You'll be sharing with me (Jo, 23, vegan, student) and Jess (19, junkivore, works in admin) and Escher (small, shy, black and white, favourite word seems to be "meow"). We want someone who is happy, sociable and mature.
The rent is $115 per week (not including bills), plus bond.Cross posted, because I can never decide which of these Melb/Aus veg communities to post to!
Is anyone going to this
I don't know anyone who's going, and it is
arranged in "tables", but apparently the odd loner is welcomed, and I figure it's a good thing to be social.
Is anyone here planning on going? Or can you give me reasons why I should/n't go? Will it be all daggy old people?
From the linked web page:COMBINED TRIVIA NIGHT AND CHRISTMAS PARTY!!!
Saturday, 1 December
Trivia night combined with the annual Christmas party. A night of fun, trivia, games, good food and good company.
3 course meal catered by Soulveg. BYO drinks and alcohol, there will also be wine by donation available.
We will also have a raffle with a range of fantastic prizes and a number of 'silent auctions' where bidders write down their bids.
There will be the usual fun games during intervals, bawdy rivalry between competing tables, and good natured heckling of presenters.
The first 20 people to sign up for membership on the night will not only receive their member cards entitling them to these dicounts but will also receive a free gift bag full of goodies!
Tables will again consist of ten people. If you'd like to come along but don't have a table, then book anyway, we'll fit you in.