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 […]

What’s on – 286

July 7, 2016
Boomalli Music Event Known for their beautiful gallery and ongoing art exhibitions, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative is back with another event, but this time it’s musical. Heading down a different avenue of the arts, the […]

Things we love – 286

July 7, 2016
The Nura Nanga Mai (country dreaming) Garden, located in the grounds of Glebe Public School provides a space for community groups to meet up and children to express themselves. While the garden has existed for […]

Local News – 283

May 26, 2016
Local Residents Arrested in WestCONnex Protest Two members of the WestCONnex Action Group have been arrested during a protest to prevent the destruction of a Haberfield apartment block which had been forcibly acquired to make […]

Rant: Lest we forget the Frontier Wars

April 15, 2016
The colonial genocide and dispossession of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders is a historical fact that mainstream Australia would still rather ignore. For Indigenous Australians, Anzac Day is not an inclusive occasion. It is an […]

Freedom from Youth

April 1, 2016
Age is still considered by many to be limiting, yet retirement often emerges as the most liberating period of life. Hannah Craft spoke to two Inner Westies who have embarked upon extraordinary journeys in their […]

Leichhardt Long Lunch

February 19, 2016
Sunday 28th February, Leichhardt Town Hall Precinct, 11am-5pm The Leichhardt Long Lunch Food & Wine Festival, to be held on Sunday February 28th, is part of a series of events leading up to a ‘long-long’ […]

What’s On – 274

January 28, 2016
Australia Day in the Inner West In the Inner West, we know how to celebrate Australia Day: with food, music, community and a celebration of all the different cultures which make up our immigrant nation. […]

Jared learns about food from the 1800’s…

September 1, 2014
Recently, I served up a really special dinner at the Hyde Park Barracks which was a collaborative affair between a few talented historians and chefs to produce a meal that was a retrospective look at […]
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