What’s On – 301

March 3, 2017
City of Canada Bay Seniors Festival 2017 3 – 12 March This years Seniors Festival theme is ‘Let’s Do More Together’, so in that spirit, let us tell you about some of the things you […]

Latte Leftie – 292

October 7, 2016
Latte Leftie joins the baying ranks of young progressives in calling for a cleansing round of book burnings. Dear LL – I was cringing even worse than usual to be a citizen of this backward […]

What’s On – 290

September 2, 2016
Dulwich Hill Village Fair The Inner West festival season is in full swing and next up it is the much-anticipated Dulwich Hill Village Fair, which will soon be taking over the Dulwich Hill portion of […]

What’s On – 282

May 12, 2016
Ruckus’ Speed of Life Sydney based, disability led, contemporary performance ensemble Ruckus are back at it again with their second major production Speed of Life. The show asks the question: “How might you navigate our […]

Fiction on the Double

September 14, 2015
Max Kobras talks to a local publishing group trying to save the art of writing literature by using the ubiquity of the internet. A long shot? They actually prefer to keep things short. Whether blame […]

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 […]

Roadtest: Where to get booked

May 12, 2014
Bookworms around the Inner West will be poking their noses out of their novels to enjoy an author talk or two as the Sydney Writers’ Festival comes to town from May 19 – 25. In […]

Meet the local literati

May 12, 2014
Wordsmiths from all over the world and all walks of life will soon be uniting for the 2014 Sydney Writers’ Festival (May 19th-25th). This year the festival will explore writing that challenges our concepts of […]

Jared Ingersoll on… writing

November 4, 2013
I truly love communicating a thought or an idea through the written word. I find writing about food especially wonderful because it is such a joy to be able to illuminate a concept, idea or […]

At Home with… John Newton

May 20, 2013
John Newton is a freelance writer, journalist, novelist and teacher from Newtown, who specialises in writing about all things food related. John will be leading a discussion about how our relationship with food reflects our […]
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