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Commune. Be part of something

Commune. Be part of something
Founded in 2012 by freelance graphic designer Sam Ali, COMMUNE is a space-based initiative designed to cultivate collaboration and creativity within the Inner West community. COMMUNE offers everything from co-working facilities, a photography studio, art gallery and workshop spaces. This Inner West creative co-working space, is expanding and they have already crowd-funded over 50% of the funds needed... 

Interview with artist Thomas Jackson

Interview with artist Thomas Jackson
The detailed illustrative works of Thomas Jackson are created through a combination of water colour, gouache and ink. His beautiful style and subject matter will be showcased in his upcoming solo exhibition ‘Studies’ at The Tate this Wednesday, 7 May at 6pm. ‘Studies’ is a new series of small scale works on paper and Thomas has kindly given us a sneak peak at some of the... 

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... 

Kuki Tanuki Japanese Bar, Erskineville

Kuki Tanuki Japanese Bar, Erskineville
I’m back! I’ve spent the last couple of months entertaining in-laws from overseas, taking them on an eating tour around Sydney and throughout the Inner West and have been an all-round tour guide extraordinaire. Well that’s my excuse for being a slacko in my posting and I’m sticking to it! Since food has been a major part of my Christmas and holiday break I thought I should... 

The Kick Inside, Erskineville

The Kick Inside, Erskineville
Earlier this week my sister and I were heading to King Street for a late lunch when the meatballs special on The Kick Inside chalkboard caught our eye and pulled us into the cafe. Meatballs wouldn’t be my usual pick on a Summer’s day in Sydney, but this Summer weather is proving to be anything but summery, so the meatballs were a perfect pick for this particular chilly day. I love a good... 

Ladies of the Inner West

Ladies of the Inner West
About time we had a celebration of the lovely ladies of the Inner West. Check out these gorgeous ladies! Some oldies and some newbies, some young, some a little older, some looking fresh faced, some needing a little work. But I love them all. All of these lovely ladies reside in the Inner West but I am sure there are loads more about. Let me know if you have seen any more that I haven’t included.... 

For the love of Hazzy Bee

For the love of Hazzy Bee
I feel like a bit of a street art floozy. I am in love with the work of so many artists including Ears, Beastman, Phibs, Be Free, Bird Hat and who coud not love Hazzy Bee? I’m sure the list of favourite street artists will continue to grow. But today I want to shine a little light on Hazzy Bee because everytime I walk past a Hazzy Bee design it shines a little light on me. Hope it brings a smile... 

My favourite street art discoveries this month…

My favourite street art discoveries this month...
I feel like I have been a bit slack with my street art postings of late. Since getting my new phone I have been so excited about being able to upload my findings straight onto the I love the inner west facebook page I may have been forgetting to post them on the blog. So I am going to make up for that right now! Here are a few of my favourite street art discoveries this month. I need to get out there... 

Bitton Cafe + so much more

Bitton Cafe + so much more
Is it any wonder why I can no longer fit into my jeans when I am surrounded by so many great cafes in the Inner West that I just HAVE to try. Bitton Cafe and Grocer on Copeland Street, Erkskineville has been on my list for a while and it certainly didn’t disappoint! Everytime I walk past Bitton Cafe it seems to be completely packed. To avoid disappointment on the weekend we booked to ensure... 

Tom Bass Sculpture School Open Studio

Tom Bass Sculpture School Open Studio
My dreams of pretending I was Demi Moore and re-enacting the famous pottery wheel scene from the movie ‘Ghost’ were shattered when I opened my email account yesterday to read; “Dear Nadine, I’m sorry to inform you that you did not win the prize at Tom Bass Sculpture School’s Open Day Sunday, 5 June…” The prize was a one day workshop at the school and thought I would... 
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