At Home with Cherie Thompson

February 17, 2017

Former chef Cherie Thompson created the Inner West’s first women’s shed, now celebrating its fourth birthday. Why did you decide to establish a women’s shed in the Inner West? After hearing of the men’s shed […]

At home with Mark De Viate

February 17, 2017

Mark De Viate is the ‘rope god’ at Studio Kink, a space in St Peters dedicated to sharing kinky intimacy techniques. Mark specialises in the centuries old art of Japanese bondage, which requires a lot […]

At home with Oliver Heath

January 20, 2017

Farm-to-fork chef Oliver Heath has ventured where no hipster would dare, planting a rustic, creative and sustainably minded menu in a Leagues Club (his restaurant The Garden is in Wests Ashfield Leagues Club). What does […]

At Home with Bench Bar

December 9, 2016

Paul the owner of Bench Bar on King Street in Newtown and Bench Bar manager and licensee Chanel, talk Christmas cocktails and holy spirits! How did you decide that Newtown needed another bar? P: Bench […]

At home with Jason Ray

November 25, 2016

Dulwich Hill local Jason Ray has been teaching people to cook and enjoy seafood for almost a decade at Sydney Seafood School. What is your favourite fish to cook? I like to cook freshwater trout […]

At home with Matthew Moore

November 18, 2016

Marrickville resident Matthew Moore has grown a ‘heartfelt economy’ from what was once a vacant shopfront on Norton Street. The Backyard Network teaches locals how to make the most of their waste and outdoor space. […]

At Home With Martino Eduardo Convertino

November 4, 2016

Martino Eduardo Convertino is one half of The Italianos, an all singing, dancing and cooking team who made their debut as competitors on My Kitchen Rules. Martino and Luciano met during Sydney Mardi Gras and have […]

At Home with Michael Zagoridis

September 30, 2016

Newtown farmer, Michael Zagoridis, is one of the faces behind the urban farm that’s sprung up at Camperdown Commons, formerly the greens of the Camperdown Bowling Club. Him and his partner Emma Bowen began Pocket […]

At home with Belinda Guymer

September 23, 2016

Annandale local Belinda Guymer is one of the founders behind sustainable seafood cafe, Fish & Co.  Fish & Co have recently won ‘Best Fish & Handcut Chips’ in Sydney at the 2016 Foodservice awards. What […]

At Home with Catherine Wait

September 2, 2016

Rozelle resident and pole dancer Catherine Wait (AKA Missy) is starring in her very own fringe festival show, featuring coffee, incredible circus skills and did we mention coffee? You are performing your show about ‘Love, […]

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