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Poetry Meets Music: Counterpoint

This exploration of the space between poetry and music, marshalled by the Red Room Company and Musica Viva,  has been kept as free and open-ended as possible, with just one boundary: it must result in a public showing and a printed publication. 232 more words

Music

15. “Where have you 'bin' ?”

It looks like I have to share with you about the bins too! I didn’t expect this but didn’t Yeshua say there’s nothing hid that shall not be revealed? 856 more words

Redfern Architecture Walk

“What do you think the inside of a radio station would look like…?”, Terrence asked. We were standing on the footpath, admiring the facade of Koori Radio, as part of a tour of Sydney’s Redfern by the Architectural Association. 601 more words

Blogging

5 Years On: Guerrilla Gardeners

Do you remember this show? It wasn’t a hit, exactly, barely finishing a season. On Channel 10 in Australia, it followed this crew as they illegally prettied-up neglected patches of ground around Sydney, with a token piece in Melbourne. 179 more words

Political Systems

Three Williams - a Redfern neighbourhood gem

Three Williams – 613A Elizabeth St, Redfern. https://www.facebook.com/threewilliamscafe

As we all know, the best way to find neighbourhood gems is to ask the locals where they go. 495 more words

Food

Day 235: Kevvie's Cookie Safari #2 – Scout's Honour's Burnt Butter, Triple Choc Cookie with Nutella Centre and Sea Salt

Friday, 22 August 2014

A discreet sandwich bar and cafe to the locals, Scout’s Honour is one of Redfern’s hidden pearls. A stack of its signature cookie, the Burnt Butter Triple Choc, sits beside a mound of muffins and other baked goods on an open wood platter. 487 more words

365 Day Photos

Revisiting Redfern/Waterloo – archivally — 6

Final set! I have heaps more of this part of the world on Redfern Visions and on my photoblog.

“Far more Redfern people live like this, here or over towards the east in Waterloo, than live on the famous Block, and that includes many Indigenous Australians…” — … 19 more words

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