As much as I love good, wholesome sushi, it pains me to have to constantly extend my overdraft whenever I start to crave some. Sure, like anything else in life, high quality comes with a high cost, but sometimes, I just want to strike a balance. 542 more words
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New Brazilian barbecue restaurant, B’Churrasco, has opened its doors to the people of Adelaide.
Previously home to PJ O’Briens, B’Churrasco showcases distinctive modern flavours of Brazil with its selection of meats, poultry, sausage, sauces and sides; with each dish traditionally prepared and then cooked over charcoal on giant skewers. 855 more words
A Fantastic Woman (Chile, 2017): the poetic and enthralling fight for justice of a trans superwoman at odds with her world
There’s something timeless and dreamlike about A Fantastic Woman by Sebastián Lelio. Perhaps because it’s set in a far-off yet familiar-looking Santiago de Chile, a place that looks a bit like a fictional, Almodovaresque Spain. 439 more words
As a fellow South American Eva Peron holds a special place in the hearts and esteem of all of us here at WoK HQ. An inspiring feminist and role model Eva Peron or Evita as she was known as a woman who embodied grace both physically and mentally. 86 more words