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21058:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Roxy Complex on 05.03.2013

Visit of 47 members of AHEPA, Sydney, to the Roxy Complex, Bingara

On the 23rd February, 2013, a 47 strong contingent , mostly members of the Australasian Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, (AHEPA), travelled by coach, on a Greek-Australian pilgrimage and heritage tour to visit the Roxy Complex, Bingara.

They left Sydney at 7:00 am, stopped for morning tea at Maitland, and for lunch at Tamworth.

They arrived in Bingara at about ...

21051:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Magazine on 28.02.2013

Randwick Ritz, Randwick

Referenced in the article below. The paucity of Art Deco theatres in Sydney and surrounds, makes the achievement of establishing and maintaining the Roxy Cinema, in Bingara, NSW, all the more impressive.

Screen Gems

Sydney Magazine

Issue No 118 , March 2013, p 33

Although scores of cinemas have closed in Sydney, Garry Maddox finds that some independents have survived - and even thrived.

There was a time ...

21050:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Magazine on 28.02.2013

Beautiful art deco furnishing in the Cremorne Orpheum

Referenced in the article below. The paucity of Art Deco theatres in Sydney and surrounds, makes the achievement of establishing and maintaining the Roxy Cinema, in Bingara, NSW, all the more impressive.

Screen Gems

Sydney Magazine

Issue No 118 , March 2013, p 33

Although scores of cinemas have closed in Sydney, Garry Maddox finds that some independents have survived - and even thrived.

There was a time ...

21049:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Magazine on 28.02.2013

Cremorne Orpheum

Referenced in the article below. The paucity of Art Deco theatres in Sydney and surrounds, makes the achievement of establishing and maintaining the Roxy Cinema, in Bingara, NSW, all the more impressive.

Screen Gems

Sydney Magazine

Issue No 118 , March 2013, p 33

Although scores of cinemas have closed in Sydney, Garry Maddox finds that some independents have survived - and even thrived.

There was a time ...

21048:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Magazine on 28.02.2013

Screen Gems

Sydney Magazine

Issue No 118 , March 2013, p 33

Although scores of cinemas have closed in Sydney, Garry Maddox finds that some independents have survived - and even thrived.

There was a time when Coogee residents seeking entertainment could wander down to the elegant 1434-seat Boomerang Theatre to see vaudeville performances and, from 1928, the talkies. Further west, the Summer Hill Theatre, built in Spanish baroque style, had a facade that looked like ...

21031:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 12.02.2013

New sign at the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

The Canberra Cafe is owned by Paul Calokerinos and family.

Paul has been a cafe proprietor for more than half a century.

He purchased the Canberra Cafe from the late Jack Smiles, whose name features prominently on the sign.

Since mid 2012 Paul and family have renovated the cafe - in an endeavour to re-capture the 'original look'.

The renovated cafe has been dedicated to the memory of the late Jack Smiles.

21018:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 02.02.2013

Mission to bring light to what was once a dark place

The restoration of the Roxy cinema at Bingara, has inspired other restoration projects, such as the Bowraville picture theatre.

Sydney Morning Herald

February 2, 2013

Saffron Howden

Rural and Indigenous Affairs Reporter

Reeling back the years … Dr Lisa Milner at the Bowraville picture theatre, once a segregated cinema that has been restored by residents into a theatre space. Photo: Ben Rushton

''IF ...

21017:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 02.02.2013

The lollies we love

Love Hearts, with their sweet and sexy messages, were invariably more eloquent than one's own tongue-tied mumblings. Photo: Natalie Boog

This article first appeared in good.food.com

http://www.goodfood.com.au/good-food/food-news/lollies-we-love-20130128-2dfyj.html

January 29, 2013


Larry Writer

They represent our first discretionary purchase, and are important enough for a PhD thesis.


IN THE 1950S ...

20999:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 20.01.2013

A Town Like.....Bingara

Daily Telegraph.

Saturday January 19th, 2013

page 108.

Photograph: The Peters and Co cafe, within the Roxy complex, with portable coffee maker on the pavement.

Over two years in the mid-1930s, a Greek tragedy played out on the main street of rural Bingara, in northern NSW. Three ambitious migrants from a small Greek island spurred a commercial war to the death when they rebuilt their country cafe to incorporate a glamorous art deco cinema.

20996:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Australian Newspaper on 20.01.2013

The big outdoors

BY: CATHERINE MARSHALL

Photograph: The Australian Standing Stones at Glenn Innes.

Picture: http://www.gleninnestourism.com/pages/australian-standing-stones

This article is included as as good general overview for travelling around the North Western part of NSW by road. When Kytherians go to visit the Kytherian iconic and sacred site of the Roxy complex in Bingara, they will know that there are many more interesting sites to visit in the immediate ...

20994:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Kytherian Historical Record on 18.01.2013

Tears, Songs as Athenian Club Closes

Newspaper article, 2nd July, 1971

Patrons and staff wept and sang Greek and English songs when the Athenian Club, Castlereagh Street, closed yesterday.

The building will be demolished to make way for a huge development project taking in Elizabeth Park and Castlereagh Streets.

Former Prime Ministers John Curtin and Ben Chifley, were among the club's patrons.

So were State Premiers Sir Bertram Stevens, Joe Cahill and Bob Heffron.
...

20918:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 07.12.2012

One of two Cash Registers in situ in a Greek-Australian boardroom

These cash registers are not available as donations to the Roxy Museum, Bingara.

But they are superb examples of the kind of cash registers that the Roxy Museum Committee are seeking to obtain for the Roxy Museum.

Do you know where the Roxy Museum Committee could obtain a cash register of this quality?

Contact Roxy ...

20917:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 07.12.2012

Rear view of one of two Cash Registers in situ in a Greek-Australian boardroom

These cash registers are not available as donations to the Roxy Museum, Bingara.

But they are superb examples of the kind of cash registers that the Roxy Museum Committee are seeking to obtain for the Roxy Museum.

Do you know where the Roxy Museum Committee could obtain a cash register of this quality?

Contact ...

20916:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 07.12.2012

One of two Cash Registers in situ in a Greek-Australian boardroom

These cash registers are not available as donations to the Roxy Museum, Bingara.

But they are superb examples of the kind of cash registers that the Roxy Museum Committee are seeking to obtain for the Roxy Museum.

Do you know where the Roxy Museum Committee could obtain a cash register of this quality?

Contact Roxy Manager

20915:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Museum Bingara on 07.12.2012

Cash registers in situ in a Greek-Australian boardroom

These cash registers are not available as donations to the Roxy Museum, Bingara.

But they are superb examples of the kind of cash registers that the Roxy Museum Committee are seeking to obtain for the Roxy Museum.

Do you know where the Roxy Museum Committee could obtain cash registers of this quality?

Contact Roxy ...

20912:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 07.12.2012

Paul Calokerinos has refurbished the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

The milkbar counter has been restored to its former splendour.

20911:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 07.12.2012

Paul Calokerinos has refurbished the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

Wider view of the Canberra Cafe.

Note the art deco wall divider at the rear of the store.

20910:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 07.12.2012

Paul Calokerinos has refurbished the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

Many of the old artefacts have been returned to the store.

20909:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 06.12.2012

Paul Calokerinos has refurbished the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

In this photograph, it is evident that the original marble top tables have been restored to the cafe.

20908:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 06.12.2012

Paul Calokerinos refurbishes the Canberra Cafe, Manilla

Paul has invoked the style of the cafe from the hey-day of Cafes in the 1940's and 1950's.

Paul maintains an olive grove in the area, processes the olives, and sells them in the shop.