Archives for September, 2012

Interview with Street/Scenic Artist: Eoin

Interview with Street/Scenic Artist: Eoin
I’ve recently seen new artwork by Eoin popping up around the Inner West that has completely stopped me in my tracks. When I was lucky enough to see him working on a piece in Camperdown Park I jumped at the opportunity to have a chat with this talented artist. His stunning style is immediately recogniseable and grabs the attention of everyone who walks past his work. I can’t wait to see... 

Fleetwood Macchiato, Erskineville

Fleetwood Macchiato, Erskineville
Two visits to Fleetwood Macchiato in one week… I’m addicted! I can’t go past their smashed egg breakfast roll with mustard aioli, pickles, avocado, mushroooms and ham. When I walked along Erskineville Road earlier this week, I told myself that I was just going to pop in to get a coffee but memories of the smashed egg roll I had on the weekend came flooding back and I couldn’t... 

Spotlight on an Inner West Business: The Rabbit Hole

Spotlight on an Inner West Business: The Rabbit Hole
There’s always so much talk about the great coffee spots in and around the Inner West but what about tea? I know there are a lot of tea lovers out there and it just so happens that we have some fantastic tea makers right here in our very own neighbourhood. It’s about time tea was put in the spotlight! Corinne and Amara from The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar are local Inner Westies who kindly... 

Spotlight on an Inner West Business: Nom Pizza, Marrickville

Spotlight on an Inner West Business: Nom Pizza, Marrickville
For those of you who are “I Love the Inner West’ Facebook fans, you will be very familiar with my Nom Pizza addiction. I did want the honor of being the first person to try all the pizzas off their menu but somebody beat me to it. My failure in this task was largely due to the fact that I discovered several favourites along the way and I kept ordering those instead of trying something... 

Interview: Nigel Sense, “I Work With Tools” at Sydney Fringe Festival

Interview: Nigel Sense,
With the Sydney Fringe Festival kicking off this Friday, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to introduce local Marrickville artist, Nigel Sense. His exhibition “I Work With Tools” is part of the upcoming Sydney Fringe Festival and opens Friday 14th September at the Sheffer Gallery. I hope everyone has a copy of the Fringe Program and has started planning their next month... 
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