Local News – 280

April 14, 2016
Nominations Open for Inner West Local Business and Sustainability Awards Nominations are now open for the upcoming Inner West Local Business Awards and the City of Canada Bay Council’s annual Sustainability Awards. The Inner West […]

Inner Best: Arabella

April 14, 2016
Award-winning Lebanese restaurant Arabella sprung to prominence recently for all the wrong reasons following a racist attack on it’s Newtown shopfront. But owner and Executive Chef Mohamad Zouhour says the positive response from the local […]

Inner Best: Humans of Newtown

March 31, 2016
After the worldwide success of Humans of New York, long-time Newtown resident Jo Wallace thought it was time somebody began documenting the weird and wonderful people of the Inner West. “I thought if I didn’t […]

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 […]

Things we love – 277

March 3, 2016
Since mid-last year Newtown and Erskineville Anglican Church has been running a community outreach program in the form of a Bike Shed. The program, which is located in the gardens of the Newtown St Stephens […]

Roadtest: art supplies

February 18, 2016
Art On King: This cosy store has a wonderful selection of traditional art supplies considering the relatively small space it occupies. The King Street favourite has products catering for all ages and skill levels, as […]

What’s on – 275

February 5, 2016
The Pride The Pride, Alexi Kaye Campbell’s award-winning play, is showing at the Eternity Playhouse as part of the Mardi Gras festival. It tackles love, loss, and the stranglehold of convention by switching between 1958 […]

Inner West Whispers – 275

February 5, 2016
Blue Sky market – Newtown glassing – Pot plant peril – bolts from the blue • Rozelle Markets went ahead last week under they direction of Blue Sky. The markets looked similar but with an […]

Rant: No More Late-Night Kebabs

January 28, 2016
Walking down King St, Newtown (very) early one morning, I’m visualising the orange glow of the iconic  signs, deciding what sauce combo to go for, anticipating the first succulent bite of doner kebab. Imagine my […]

Local gigs – 274

January 28, 2016
Friday 29th January ACOLYTE Melbourne prog-rockers Acolyte are celebrating their single ‘The Message’ with a tour. Lead vocalist Morgan-Leigh Brown, who is trained in classical music, will show you what being a rock-chick is all […]
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