October 8, 2013
In this Issue:
The Little Stevies are back, with a brand-new baby, a new lineup, a new album and a whole new approach. No longer with MGM, Little Stevies have decided to take the independent route, releasing their third album Diamonds For Your Tea just last week.
The Oceania cup was held in Astonville over last weekend. The Brunswick Bees, formerly known as Bruns Babes Girls 13s, entered. We could only gather 10 players because of school holidays. This was a round robin in groups.
Putting on the ruby slippers and stepping into Dorothy’s for an adaptation of the Wizard of Oz has been a challenging experience for actor Caroline Dunphy. Seven speaks with her about this bold and collaborative take on a classic.
Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón already has a distinguished CV (including a Harry Potter), but with a script co-written by son Jonás, he gives the impression here that he is fulfilling a personal ambition.
On Thursday, July 25, the South Sydney Rabbitohs were at the top of the NRL ladder. Those in the famous Cardinal and Myrtle jersey were a band of brothers – literally, their ranks included four Burgesses from West Yorkshire, two of whom were gigantic twins – and they’d been storming through the comp.
Nahko and Medicine for the People dazzled all on their inaugural tour of Australia in February, and have just finished a USA and across- Australia tour opening for Xavier Rudd.