January 7, 2014
In this Issue:
I’m not sure if boring is quite the right word for John Wells’s film adaptation of August: Osage County, but what was boorish in the extreme was the woman who sat in front of us and noisily stuffed her face for the first fifteen minutes with potato crisps.
Philomena, in her old age, wants to know what happened to the illegitimate son who was taken from her by the ‘sisters of little mercy’ and adopted out to an American couple fifty years ago
Tasmania-born singer/songwriter Audrey Auld, now US citizen and resident of Nashville, has returned to Australia for a tour, which includes an afternoon performance at the Courthouse Hotel in Mullumbimby this Sunday.
Apart from the odd kiwi joke, there is little separation between New Zealand and a Australia. In fact if you are talented enough we are quite happy to claim you as our own.
Excited to be home after a stint in the US, Kingswood have teamed up with Calling All Cars and are back on the road with new single Sucker Punch in hand.
The dependence on single-use disposable items, particularly plastic, is contributing to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, says Australian environmentalist Tim Silverwood.