What’s On – 281

April 29, 2016
A Man Walks Into A Bar David Greary’s internationally acclaimed play A Man Walks Into A Bar will premiere in Sydney this April. An absurdist comedy that will strike a chord with anyone who has […]

Things we love – 254

March 25, 2015
Yes, it has come to that point in the Inner West where a lack of wifi has actually become highly desirable. The blackboard writer (a much sort after position among young creatives) of this Eveleigh […]

Gigs guide – 252

March 3, 2015
Tuesday 3rd March Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks Think a modernised The Velvet Underground and that’s what you get here; lead singer even sounds a bit like Lou Reed. Pretty soft, indie rock but with […]

Your Say:

March 3, 2015
With the numerous new housing developments planned on Parramatta road how do you think the Inner West will cope with high density living? “It will be great for local business but the Inner West won’t […]

Snaps – 250

January 28, 2015
Email your snaps to info@ciaomagazine.com.au. Thanks to phoebe Maloney for the snaps from the FBI SMAC Award.

Inner Best

January 28, 2015
Ivan Cheng – Strathfield Artist and curator, Ivan Cheng, has been working as part of a small, dedicated team of musicians, sound and installation artists to create the enchantment that is 2015’s week long Now […]

Road test – Aerial Exercise

January 28, 2015
It’s well and truly summer now and with all those end-of-year feasts recently, I thought it was time that I got to work on my beach body. Unfortunately, I find most exercise utterly boring… I decided […]

Wrap Up

December 23, 2014
As another year passes, we are no closer to any reduction in emissions targets and it still the households and small businesses that carry the bulk of the guilt and corporations that do the bulk […]

Inner West Whispers – 249

December 23, 2014
In this special edition of Whispers, we tell you what Inner West residents really want for Christmas. We heard it on the trainline.  Newtown/Enmore–A home cooked meal: Your friends will be grateful no matter what […]

Local news – 248

December 10, 2014
Coasting for respect  Local high schools and primary schools participated in a range of activities with a message of ‘respect’ for White Ribbon Day last week. A particularly innovative campaign was run by the Inner […]
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