The Nerd Cave moves to Accessibility

Transcription INTRODUCTION: Geek is chic but one niche that has been neglected are wheel chair users. Elwyn Chow reports... CHOW: The Nerd Cave is a community centre for many types of gamers and is also a retail store. They are putting the finishing touches on their move to Ashfield. Almost all board game shops in Sydney are … Continue reading The Nerd Cave moves to Accessibility

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24/7 Street Kitchen and Safe Space Capacity Increase

Introduction for presenter: A unique solution to the lack of accommodation for Sydney's homeless people is growing. Elwyn Chow reports. https://soundcloud.com/elwyn-chow/247-street-kitchen-capacity-increase Transcription: Chow: The 24-7 Street Kitchen and Safe Space is increasing their bed capacity to a hundred in  June. The safe space was established in December 2016 under the awning of a construction site in … Continue reading 24/7 Street Kitchen and Safe Space Capacity Increase

Cold War on Sydney Cycleway gets hot

Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, accused WestConnex contractors of tearing up part of the Bourke Road cycleway in Alexandria without due process. In Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts on 28 April, Moore was concerned about the safety of cyclists and pedestrians and said WestConnex acted without consultation, notification or providing an alternative route. "It is a miracle no … Continue reading Cold War on Sydney Cycleway gets hot

Pilgrimages: Minneapolis

Everybody goes on holidays but the focus is on satisfying the mainstream. The "pilgrimages" blogs covers niche affections for music and popular culture and provides map links to them.   Minneapolis, Minesota, USA was the epicentre of some of my favourite musicians' careers. Prince and The Replacements came from Minneapolis. Hüsker Dü were from neighbouring Saint Paul. Bob … Continue reading Pilgrimages: Minneapolis