Carnival of Cultures

March 3, 2017
Ashfield Park, March 19, 10am-4pm Carnival of Cultures is a day-long celebration of the things that make the Inner West special. A neighbourhood festival held on Saturday March 19 to mark Harmony Day, Carnival of […]

Roadtest: Aboriginal art on show

January 20, 2017
Purchasing an artwork is one way to start learning about Indigenous traditional and contemporart arts, as well as some of the most influential artists living in Australia (and in Sydney’s Inner West) today. Local galleries […]

Things we love – 296

November 25, 2016
This cute but not particularly functional bike was spotted in all it’s purled, yarn and knitted glory on Wilson Street, Newtown. Entirely covered in technicolour stitching, we are not sure if this bike actually goes […]

Inner Best: Class Bunny

November 11, 2016
Community, learning and sharing are the central tenets of Class Bunny, an initiative set up by Pamela Woods that brings community-based learning to the Inner West by encouraging people to share their skills and passions […]

What’s on – 292

September 30, 2016
Save Sydney Park Music Festival The latest event in the anti-WestConnex movement is one for the music fans. Brought to you by the team behind Reclaim the Streets – organisers of the recent anti-lockout laws […]

Roadtest: DIY Fashion & Suppliers

May 27, 2016
Worried about the impact of fast fashion? Emma McConnell guides you through how to make your own clothes using local suppliers and community know-how. Bobbin & Ink If you’re new to creating your own clothing, […]

What’s on – 278

March 18, 2016
Earth Hour Sustainable Fashion Parade Leichhardt Council, Ciao Magazine and the NSW EPA are teaming up for a killer event on Saturday March 19th all about treading lightly and confidently when it comes to stepping […]

Reverse Garbage turns 40

February 18, 2016
Thinking sustainably is sometimes at odds with our human disposition. It is in our very nature to grow, create, expand and renew. Unfortunately for us, new isn’t always better. Over 21 million tonnes of rubbish […]

What's on – 238

July 18, 2014
Fairy tales Opening at King Street Theatre this July, A View of Concrete is the must-see Australian play by Gareth Ellis… In a sprawling metropolis, where all the trees have been replaced with telephone boxes, the […]

Local news – 229

March 17, 2014
All stitched up Local Drummoyne quilter, Wendy Williams (pictured above), has been headhunted to showcase her beautiful designs and share her patchwork secrets at the largest quilting convention in the Southern Hemisphere. The Australasian Quilting […]