Movie Review: Mad Bastards (Showing at Dendy Cinema, Newtown)
Mad Bastards is the debut feature from writer/director Brendan Fletcher, a man who is both successful in setting a compelling drama in the not-often seen Kimberley region of Australia and making an audience aware of the rich culture that exists there. While this confronting and powerful tale often reveals a lack of... 
Is it Curtains for Scootergirl?
I’m conscious of alighting the Scooter and putting my helmut down on the ground (never put your helmut on the seat), just in case this might get me over the line, such is the fine line I am tight roping to pass. If I took the name of the course literally - “Stay Upright” I would not have to worry... 
Red Dog Design in Marrickville
Walking down Addison Road, on my way to Marrickville Markets I discovered the Red Dog Design shop which sells fantastic graphic works related to the Inner West (and some other less important areas like the northern beaches and eastern suburbs). I can’t believe that I haven’t noticed it before! What a perfect... 
Day 2, Scootergirl Wants to Cry
I am sure my instructor would rather not let me out on the roads and he has started mentioning that he does private, 1 on 1 classes and I am sure it is not because he is trying to pick me up. I am sure he thinks I am a complete idiot actually. It’s a bad start, I’ve had a busy day at work and I arrive just... 
Movers & Shakers on King St, Newtown
What a week of deluge, thank goodness I chose Friday to do the first King Street report. Monsterthreads is sitting pretty in its new prime position at No. 251, right next door to Pentimento, the old shop sits sadly empty. I cross the road to check out Mitre 10 which I thought was renovating but it seems they have... 
Scootergirl Finds Her Groove at 5km per Hour
As I walked backed to my Scooter after the break, I took one look at my cute red borrrowed Scooter and thought I can do this! I have to do this! I have told everyone I am getting a Scooter, I have to get through this course. Next hour and a half was all about riding around in a circle at less than “driving Miss... 
Interview: Jan Howlin -
Let me start by saying that these wonderful creations by Jan Howlin are all made of porcelain and clay!!! Amazing! I saw an advertisement for her current exhibition, “Show of Care” at Salerno Gallery, which included a photograph of her work ‘Hanging Out, Hanging In’ (below) and the image instantly... 

Pram Dayz

// May 30th, 2011
Pram Dayz
One of those Days!!! It was a lovely sunny Autumn Sunday and my husband suggested we take a walk and try out the new cafe/restaurant – Bar Nosh on Swanson St, Erskineville. Unfortunately we didn’t realize at this stage that our toddler was just coming down with a fever, and while he is quite well cafe –... 
The Different Drummer
I’ve lived in Glebe for the past 3 months and I had shockingly never ventured out around Glebe Point Road at night time. The street is bursting with beautiful restaurants, a few pubs and some smaller bars. It is my mission to eventually visit them all but on a student budget this may take several years! One bar... 
Design Needs Less Mercenaries and More Guerrillas
After you see these designs and posters you are going to ask : Where can I get one? Why didn’t you tell us about this exhibition earlier? Well the answer is… I didn’t know about it! I quite accidently parked outside Fraser Studios in Chippendale and stumbled across this exhibition on the way to... 
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