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But Siriusly

COMMENT BY JIM ANDERSON I have to confess to being a late convert to the SOS (Save Our Sirius) cause, but on a hot January day last week, I found myself taking a walk up from Circular Quay to have my first close look at the building in question. It was practically love at first […]

International Grammar School, proudly inclusive

BY JADE MORELLINI International Grammar School (IGS), is nestled among refurbished warehouses between the University of Sydney, Notre Dame, UTS and Wentworth Park in Ultimo. They have been providing a world-class education for girls, boys, and young women and men since 1984. Secular and independent, the school offers a unique bilingual program with 1,200 students […]

Bondi’s unreal estate

Part 1 of a two-part feature by PAUL PAECH   It happens all the time: you’re chatting with some promising new acquaintance when they toss out the got-ya question, and you know you’re being pegged out. You’re trapped: whatever you answer it means way more than you want it to mean. Erskineville, Bronte, Ultimo they […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Jan 11

Gyroscope: Have been in the ether since 2010 but with their new double A-sided single Crooked Thought/DABS the group are set to return to the forefront of the Australian music scene. These new recordings were designed for the live show so head out and check them out tomorrow night. Fri, Jan 12, Oxford Art Factory […]

Bring In The New Year With A Bang

As we come to the end of yet another year, one that feels like it went far too quickly, it’s time to begin looking ahead to how we will celebrate the arrival of 2018. City Hub have compiled a list of our most exciting options to celebrate the event both on New Year's Eve and New […]

Sippy

Discovering a way to express your creative passions can often take some time, this was especially true for Sydney producer and DJ Sippy. From an early age Sippy loved music but it took a number of years experimenting with different instruments and styles before finding her love for electronic bass music. “I played piano from […]

The Bear Pack

Coming to the Enmore Theatre for a one-night only show is award winning improv duo from Sydney, The Bear Pack. Steen Raskopoulos and Carlo Ritchie are putting on a show of improvised story telling dedicated to the memory of late fellow improviser Elliot Miller, with all profits going to Chris O’Brian Lifehouse. “He was a wonderful […]

Designers And Fleas – December 2017

Designers & Fleas handpicks emerging artists, indie designers and vintage vendors and mixes them up beautifully under one glorious roof in Ultimo, a district that sits at the cusp of Sydney’s brightest creative precincts. The vibe is an eclectic hybrid of avant-garde jostled up against up-cycled and vintage with music, food and a genuine community […]

LIVE WIRE – Sydney’s Live Music Guide Oct 26

Polaris: The upper echelon of our heavy music hierarchy needs to make a little room as South-Sydney five-piece Polaris’ debut album The Mortal Coil is set to have them forcing their way into the mix. Tonight Sydney have the chance to hear the record live. Thu, Oct 26, Oxford Art Factory Northlane: In the spirit […]

Angela takes on the big end of town

BY ALEX EUGENE Small businesses suffering a downturn in revenue because of the bungled Sydney Light Rail construction could soon have a dedicated Member of Parliament defending their rights. Independent City of Sydney Councillor Angela Vithoulkas plans to enter state politics as leader of the 'Small Business Matters Party.' After fighting uphill battles in local […]