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Bar Pestâ Gets Spicy

We’ve all seen spicy food challenges but tomorrow Bar Pestâ in Surry Hills hold a true celebration of the humble chilli as part of International Hot & Spice Food Day. Formerly known as Xage to ever popular 10 year old restaurant has reinvented itself recently as Bar Pestâ. With this new name comes an entirely […]

Kids & Kittens

These school holidays the Cat Protection Society will be opening their doors and allowing kids to interact with some very cute kittens and cats. If you’re hunting for free school holiday entertainment, look no further. “Kids love animals, so we thought that we would help out families this school holidays by opening our doors and […]

BarbeCURE 2020

With summer certainly in full swing that means BBQ season. And what better way to improve the humble backyard barbie than by using it to raise funds for a great cause. This is where the BarbeCURE campaign comes into action. Cure Cancer together with some of Australia’s finest culinary ambassadors and chefs are coming together to […]

Welcome 2020 With A Bang

Just last week the City Of Sydney council officially unveiled their plans for this year’s NYE celebrations. As always there is a heavy emphasis on fireworks, and luckily City Hub has got the best viewing locations scouted for you. Harbour Hoopla Why not celebrate the New Year inside the lush, green surrounds of Sydney’s Royal […]

The Mark And Evette Moran Nib Literary Award 2019

With great pleasure Riff Raff was asked to attend the Nib Awards Breakfast at Bondi RSL on Wed Nov 14. The Nib Awards are the only awards given out for research and the writing process itself rather than just for the finished product. It’s an annual event, sponsored by Mark and Evette Moran along with Waverley […]

Southeast – Aboriginal Arts Market

With the closure of the Ularu climb last week Aboriginal culture is once again in the cultural milieu. Coincidently this weekend Carriageworks will play host to a community curated arts market which celebrates Aboriginal the cultural heritage of South-East Aboriginal Australia. Curated by Hetti Perkins and Jonathan Jones the Southeast Aboriginal Arts Market brings together […]

Casula Powerhouse 25th Anniversary

Regarded as perhaps Sydney’s most remarkable and interesting art centres the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) is in the midst of celebrating the 25 year anniversary of doors opening for the first time. As part of these celebrations, the venue at the heart of Western Sydney’s cutting edge arts and culture will be unveiling a […]

Art Attack – The Spring Rebellion: Groove Train For Rebels

All round the city this week you’ve probably spotted a few climate change activists or protest. This weekend however the protest will take a more joyful approach. The Spring Rebellion: Groove Train For Rebels will see protestors boarding a train from Newton at 11 am to Summer Hill, and back, to dance away their anger […]

Art Attack – Little Creators Project

If you’re looking for something a little more subtle and laid back then head on down to the Darling Quarter for the Little Creators Project. There are three inspiring workshops where your kids can make music, create original art, and take part in an interactive storytime. And it’s all free! Until Oct 7. Village Green […]

Art Attack – Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo

School holidays are in full swing, but that doesn’t mean the kids need to miss out on some education alongside their fun. The Sydney Opera House will be playing host to an incredible show for anybody with an infatuation for dinosaurs. Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo will take audiences back in time to meet awesome prehistoric creatures, […]