Movies – 224

December 2, 2013
Night Train To Lisbon By his own admission, Raimund Gregorius (Jeremy Irons) is a boring man. We first meet him playing chess by himself before setting off to work teaching classics at a Swiss university. […]

Snaps – 224

December 2, 2013
  Photos from For the Love of Lids exhibition by Josh Evans. Photos from Glebe Street Fair by Inner West Photo Society.   Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au.

Gigs guide – 224

December 2, 2013
Sat 7th December Davey Lane Davey Lane has been described as a “cosmic-pop songsmith.” I don’t know what that means; I don’t think it means anything. I would just describe him as acoustic pop-rock. He […]

What's on – 224

December 2, 2013
Get to the fair Dulwich Hill Village Fair is sure to impress visitors young and old this year with music, dancing and delicious food for all. A huge line-up of local entertainment is planned for […]

Rant: Shoeless and clueless

December 2, 2013
There are people in this world who would just about give their right foot for a decent pair of shoes. Those poor barefoot souls (get it?) have to traverse tundra, desert, savannah, steppe or war-torn […]

Righteous rightie – 224

December 2, 2013
Righteous Rightie calls for the annexation of Indonesia and an end to blame-Australia-first media reporting. Dear RR – How do you think the recent contretemps with our northern neighbour should have been handled? Kevin, Leichhardt […]

Inner west whispers – 224

December 2, 2013
Gardening commando, artisinal gelato and a fractious florist • On the move: Look out for the new Cincotta chemist, which has just moved over to Norton Plaza where Amcal used to be. What’s with all […]

Things we love – 224

December 2, 2013
The green-thumbed kids from Camdenville Public and their award-winning school garden! Camdenville Public School won the prize for Best School Garden at this year’s Marrickville Spring Garden Competition and received a visit from Mayor Jo […]
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