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20095:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by NSW Heritage on 27.03.2012

Looking after the Shop

Ways to document, care for and interpret our shopping heritage

The changing nature and needs of small businesses mean that many of our older shops and their contents face an uncertain future. There are different ways of caring for our shopping heritage, depending on the circumstances of the particular business and owner, and the local opportunities available to those wanting to look after it.

Perhaps it is your own shop. Perhaps it is a much loved or historically ...

19994:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 16.03.2012

John Wood portrait takes Packing Room Prize

Elizabeth Fortescue, visual arts writer

The Daily Telegraph

March 15, 2012

Picture: Elizabeth Fortescue Source: The Daily Telegraph


Veteran actor John Wood is the subject of this year's Packing Room Prize winning portrait.

The prize was announced at the Art Gallery of NSW this morning by head gallery packer Steve Peters.

The portrait, titled A Strength of Character, is by Melbourne artist Raelene ...

19993:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 16.03.2012

John Woods, one of the patrons of the Roxy 'complex', Bingara

.....has a portrait of him by Raelene Sharp, win the "Packing Prize" in Sydney. John is known in the Kytherian community as Yanni Ksilo

Photograph: Packing Room Prize winner: Actor John Wood with artist Raelene Sharp look at her John Wood portrait .Picture: Kristi Miller Source: The Daily Telegraph
.

Australian actor John Wood may be a self-declared "has-been" but his portrait has taken centre stage in the lead up to the Archibald Prize.

A ...

19927:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George J Mallos on 02.03.2012

Mallos Bros & Co Cafe in front of the shop at West Wyalong

This is the rest of the family.

The little boy is my father John, now 81.

19926:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George J Mallos on 02.03.2012

George Mallos in front of the shop at West Wyalong as it was when he first brought it.

I think this sometime in the 1920s.

19925:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by George J Mallos on 02.03.2012

Interior of the Paragon Cafe West Wyalong

West Wyalong is a town in New South Wales, Australia which is the main town of the Bland Shire, located in the Central West region of New South Wales. It is located 467 km west of Sydney. It is located on the crossroads of the Newell Highway between Melbourne and Brisbane, and the Mid-Western Highway between Sydney and Adelaide.

19767:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Roxy Theatre, Bingara, NSW on 08.01.2012

The Main Conference Room of the Roxy Museum

one of 5 rooms within the Museum, located on the 1st Floor, above the Roxy Cafe.

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Greek associations, institutions and individuals can assist in establishing the Roxy Museum, which is a Greek Museum by donating directly. A deductible gift recipients (DGR) account has been established under the auspices of Gwydir Shire Council. Make cheques out to The Roxy Museum, and post to
Roxy Museum ...

19761:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Kytherian Association LIBRARY, Sydney on 07.01.2012

Caliope Megaloconomou, later, Mrs Christianos, with two Austrlian waitresses, 1922

The 1922 photograph on the front of the Postcard

Inscribed on the back of the Postcard:

From:
Peter Christianos
22 Thomas Street
Northmead 2132

Photo 1922

Inside "Zaglas" Cafe, Mackay, Queensland.

Caliope Megaloconomou (later Mrs Christianos) - (left), and two Australian waitresses.

19760:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Kytherian Association LIBRARY, Sydney on 07.01.2012

Caliope Megaloconomou, later, Mrs Christianos, with two Austrlian waitresses, 1922

From a Postcard.

See the original inscription on the back of the photograph:

From:
Peter Christianos
22 Thomas Street
Northmead 2132

Photo 1922

Inside "Zaglas" Cafe, Mackay, Queensland.

Caliope Megaloconomou (later Mrs Christianos) - (left), and two Australian waitresses.

19759:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 07.01.2012

Comino's Arcade, Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe, Rear elevation

Queensland Government entry

Comino's Arcade


Place Details
Place ID 602692
Registration Type State Heritage
Place Name Comino's Arcade
Place Category Retail, Wholesale, Services
Place Type Arcade - shopping
Themes

Register Entry Date 06/03/2009

Location
Address 133-137 Redcliffe Parade

19758:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 07.01.2012

Comino's Arcade, Redcliffe Parade, Redcliffe

Queensland Government entry

Comino's Arcade


Place Details
Place ID 602692
Registration Type State Heritage
Place Name Comino's Arcade
Place Category Retail, Wholesale, Services
Place Type Arcade - shopping
Themes

Register Entry Date 06/03/2009

Location
Address 133-137 Redcliffe Parade

19736:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Australian Broadcasting Corporation on 05.01.2012

One for those with a sweet tooth

Listen to / Download a copy of the Toni Risson here:

toni-risson.mp3

From, the South Coast drive program:

29/10/2009 , 10:16 AM by Brad McCahon

http://blogs.abc.net.au/wa/2009/10/page/2/?site=southcoast&program=south_west_drive

Marshmallows, licorice, toffees or sherbert. Just about all of us have a weakness when it comes to lollies but Toni Risson has taken a ...

19734:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by The Australian Newspaper on 05.01.2012

Sweet memories tell a good story

by: Jill Rowbotham

From: The Australian, January 05, 2012

Higher Education


Rolling jaffas down the cinema aisles is a time-honoured tradition. Picture courtesy of Nestle.

Rolling Jaffas down the aisle during a movie is an enduring memory of childhood for Australian baby boomers.
But in this, as in so many other areas of life, they were uniquely blessed according to a researcher who has delved into the cultural history ...

19733:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Australian Broadcasting Corporation on 05.01.2012

Delving into the history and origins of lollies in Australia.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Broadcast: 05/07/2011

Reporter: Peter McCutcheon

A Brisbane historian is delving into the history and origins of lollies in Australia.

Transcript


LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: Australians sometimes feel anger and loss when iconic Aussie companies are sold to overseas interests, like for example when America's Campbell Soup Company took over the much loved Arnott's Biscuits in the 90s. It's ...

19694:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 04.01.2012

Sweet on candy love

Ipswich Times

22nd October 2008

By Rob Lockyear


Whether you are nine or 90, your favourite lolly is something you never forget.

The history of our lollies, and what they tell us about Australians, is the subject of local author Toni Risson's new book.

"Lollies have got a lot to say about Australian childhoods," Ms Risson said, who is writing the as yet unnamed confectionery tome for her PhD.

During ...

19693:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 04.01.2012

Power of sweets consumes budding lolly doctor

Matthew Knott

Sydney Morning Herald

July 2, 2010


For many doctors, sugary treats are to be strictly rationed. But not for Toni Risson, who has spent the past three years working towards Australia's first PhD in lollies.

The author of children's books, who lives in Ipswich, Queensland, has already written 25,000 words on Australia's confectionery history for her 80,000-word doctoral thesis - despite not being a lolly lover herself.

19692:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 04.01.2012

The red frog prince: a fairytale about the shifting social status of sugar

An extensive essay

Toni Risson

University of Queensland

The red frog prince: a fairytale about the shifting social status of sugar confectionery

Wessell & Brien (eds) Special issue: Rewriting the menu: the cultural dynamics of contemporary food choices, Oct. 2010

Download a .pdf version of this essay:

19691:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 04.01.2012

Toni Risson obtains her Ph.D in a study on confectionery in Australia

University of Queensland reports.

Lollies and Ekka go together

Let's be honest, when it comes to Brisbane's Ekka what do we remember? Lollies and sample bags!

So says Dr Toni Johnson-Woods, a University of Queensland academic and the president of PopCAANZ, the Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand.

Dr Johnson-Woods said PopCAANZ had appointed as Food Area chair, confectionery historian and UQ PhD student Toni ...

19690:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 03.01.2012

My PhD in Aussie lollies

Toni Risson, Ipswich, Qld


Toni was astonished to discover no-one was documenting all her favourite lollies growing up.

Sitting at my desk, I gazed at the lollies spread out in front of me. There were Jaffas and Minties, Fantales and Cherry Ripes.

The Violet Crumbles seemed to be screaming 'Eat me!' and the Clinkers and Freddo Frogs were making my mouth water.

Where should I start?

Deciding on a Cobber, I popped ...

19688:Photos > Cafes, Shops & Cinemas

submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 03.01.2012

Architectural plans for Londy's Cafe, Toowoomba

Many cafes with a similar style feature in Toni Risson's book, Aphrodite and the Mixed Grill, printed 2007, and reprinted by the Kytherian World Heritage Fund, in 2012.

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