ALEXANDRIA: On November 12 a book was launched, and not just any book, but as the title says, a “living history” of Sydney. Written by the Alexandria Creative Writing Group, comprising seniors who meet each Wednesday at the Cliff Nobel Centre, Living History includes prose, poems, history and dramatisations.
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So, I have to ask you as I asked myself, “How far would you go...
Do you know what futsal is? I didn’t until I found out that it’s another name for indoor football, or soccer (for those like me who have trouble understanding the football codes). I am fortunate to know Gabriel Haslam. He plays in a local competition and I was delighted that he could take the time to answer some of my questions.
REDFERN: On Wednesday November 13 a “warrior battle” took place between the Legends Football League NSW Surge team (women who play American football) and the Eora Fitness Fanatics (who are all male). The girls gave the boys a run for their money.
A new and innovative world-first hair salon has opened in Newtown. It’s called XY Styled. Co-owner Pepsee believes it will revolutionise the industry. XY Styled is bringing hairdressing into the digital age. Pepsee, along with an award-winning engineering professor, David Moss, has created something remarkable.
Robyn Stacey is staging an exhibition of her photography at the Stills Gallery in Paddington, from October 9. In summary, scientific knowledge of the ancient Greeks meets today’s technology via “camera obscura” and a Hasselblad 40-megapixel camera.
REDFERN: All year the Rabbitohs have worked hard for their success. There are so many aspects to the making of a winning team. Aside from masterful coaching and training, there is another matter of great importance: what the Rabbitohs eat!