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, […]

At Home with Wayne Phan – 289

August 19, 2016

Any frequenter of King Street will know Wayne Phan’s flower shop, The Flower Room, by its irresistible aroma and arrangements that make passersby swoon. What sparked your love of flowers? My mother studied floristry while […]

At Home With Craig Cook

August 5, 2016

Craig Cook is a man of many hats. He is the man behind Prime Quality Meats outlets, a master butcher and also a farmer. His career started at 16 years-of-age, milking cows on a Wollongong […]

At Home with Aaron Ward

July 22, 2016

Chef Aaron Ward works with some of Sydney’s best chefs at the two-hatted sixpenny restaurant in Stanmore, and previously at Sepia. Now Aaron is being recognised as an up-and-coming culinary talent in his own right. […]

At Home with Marlene Cummins

July 8, 2016

Local artist, radio host, Blues singer and saxophonist Marlene Cummins is preparing to tour her album ‘Koori Woman Blues’. She was the subject of Rachel Perkins’ 2014 film, ‘Black Panther Woman’. You are very respected […]

At Home With Emma Hurst

June 27, 2016

Ashfield local and registered psychologist, Emma Hurst, is the Animal Justice Party’s candidate for the seat of Grayndler. How did you first develop your passion for animal rights? When I was six years old my […]

At Home With Fariba Ahmady

June 10, 2016

Fariba Ahmady is one of the stallholders transforming Addison Road Community Centre into a vibrant night market every third weekend of the month. She is a Persian engineer who migrated from Iran to Australia, now she […]

At home with… Katherine Sabbath

May 26, 2016

Professional baker, Newtowner and former history teacher, Katherine Sabbath has returned a sense of wonder and whimsy to Sydney with her ingenious cake creations. What prompted you to first start baking? I developed my wild […]

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