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The Weekend Series: five Netflix Original shows to look forward to this year
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The Weekend Series: five Netflix Original shows to look forward to this year

Since Netflix was launched, it’s fair to say that many of us are now far less social than we used to be. And for good reason – we now have a smorgasbord to TV shows to binge on. The streaming media company recently announced the US release dates for a bevy of new shows, and while we’re still unclear on release dates here in Oz, here’s a sample of what you can look forward to in 2016. more

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Build your own Loog guitar
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Build your own Loog guitar

If you’ve got some extra time on your hands over the Christmas period, give Netflix a rest and try your hand at building your very own Loog guitar. Unlike a conventional six-stringed guitar, the Loog only has three, making it a cinch to build and great for beginners. more

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Roll out on an electric bike from Vallkyrie Cycles
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Roll out on an electric bike from Vallkyrie Cycles

A beautifully restored vintage motorcycle is undoubtedly one of the coolest ways to get around town but if you don’t have the necessary license (or the funds for such a magnificent machine), Byron Bay’s Vallkyrie Cycles makes vintage-inspired electric bikes that are just as good, if not better, than the real deal. more

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Maywood reinvents the alaia surfboard
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Maywood reinvents the alaia surfboard

Once found dominating the waves in Hawaii, the alaia surfboard fell out of favour in the 20th century as thicker, finned boards took over. One local company, Maywood, is bringing back the ancient design of the alaia board and adding a few modern tweaks. more


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Expand your musical horizons with Vinyl Me, Please
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Expand your musical horizons with Vinyl Me, Please

If your vinyl collection is lacking a little variety, allow the good people at Vinyl Me, Please to expand your musical horizons one record at a time. Founded in 2012, Vinyl Me, Please is based in Colorado and has members in more than 40 countries around the world. more