Lusty locals get their freak on

July 26, 2013
Red curtains. Titty tassels. A chain dangling from the ceiling. And an audience self-consciously craning to see which ‘Jaded Vanity’ graces our presence next. It’s my first burlesque show, enjoyed on a Sunday night in […]

Can Parramatta Rd rock once more?

July 12, 2013
The recent bankruptcy of The Annandale Hotel seemed to be the last nail in Parramatta Road’s live music coffin. But it might just turn out to be the start of a revival that will turn […]

Extra! Extra! Tweet all about it!

June 3, 2013
As the seemingly never-ending federal election campaign powers on, Charles Purcell speaks to Inner West journalist and newsreader, Deborah Knight, about how social media has changed the game and the integral role media will play […]

Local Talent Graces the Sydney Writer's Festival

May 17, 2013
The Sydney Writers Festival is on from May 20-26 this year and features a huge number of talented local authors including journalist Margot Saville from Rozelle, as well as novelist and Sydney University creative writing […]

Trade Fair

May 4, 2013
Do you know the individual that hand stitched your favourite peplum dress? Often, a sweeping label disguises that person’s name: Made in China, it may read. With new trends hitting the shelves each season, it’s […]

Greetings Earthlings

April 16, 2013
From Australia to the USA to outer space, Balmain comedian Laura Hughes has already travelled light years with her comedy. To call one’s rapid and repeated successes a ‘meteoric rise’ can often be a tad […]

Neighbourhood Watching

November 4, 2012
After recently being stranded in the stunning beach town of Byron Bay in some not-so-stunning circumstances, Nancy Merlo ponders how the Inner West would cope if disaster struck. It was meant to be an Australia […]
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