January 14, 2014
In this Issue:
GrimSkunk, one of Canada’s most enduring and hard-working independent psych-rock-punk bands, is back with their new album Set Fire.
Clunes sculptor and painter Geoffrey Cotton has turned cloud watching into an art form. His exhibition of sculptures and paintings Stories Clouds Tell is on display at Tweed Regional Gallery from this Friday until March 30.
This Saturday at the Byron Regional Sport and Cultural Centre Wild Honey present their Community Day: a taster plate of workshops for kids and adults, beginners and experienced dancers alike
We are ushered from the clouds into a provincial town in pre-War Germany by the confidential, oddly comforting narration of omniscient Death.
At its priceless best, art – even in the form of a mainstream movie from despised Hollywood – may provide a cathartic experience for the recipient
Dave (Cavo) Cavanagh's’ talents lie in accomplished entertainer playing acoustic guitar and harmonica. Starting at an early age he has crafted his talents playing solo, duos and bands across multiple genres of music throughout Australia.
Raise the Roof, the gospel choir with the mostest, is back on again for the year with three sessions every week, welcoming new singers, old singers, shy singers, bold singers, only-ever-before-in-the-shower singers, and YOU!
Diana kick-started her career with I Go Off. The follow-up I Don’t Think I’m Pregnant presented more rave reviews as the music of a ‘different kind of girl power’ (Music Network) flooded the airwaves.
A finalist in the 2012 MusicOz singer/songwriter awards Keller admits to being heavily influenced by the two great Pauls of contemporary music: Simon and Kelly
Jesse Morris – the true-blue, acoustic roots and reggae troubadour – returns to Australia after a solo year’s tour in 2013 across five countries and a soul-searching pilgrimage through Cambodian jungles, Himalayan mountains and Far Eastern shores.
Laurie from the Court House Hotel in Mullumbimby says that his biggest-selling sparkling wine at the moment is the Tobacco Road Prosecco and his biggest-selling red wine is the Sangiovese Barbera.
How do you keep loving, caring for and supporting someone when all they seem to care about is using? Nothing can ever prepare family members for this journey.
Butler Street residents are outraged that private enterprise and the state government intend to route Byron’s bypass along an historic residential precinct.
Out in Byron Bay on Friday and Saturday nights? The popular Byron Night Rider late-night shuttle bus operates every Friday and Saturday nights between Suffolk and Sunrise.
Bangalow's Station Street is something of a time capsule. Longtime resident Col Draper fears that may be all about to change – and not for the better.
Italian at the Pacific is a relaxed and stylish, contemporary Italian restaurant situated right next to the Beach Hotel at the top of Jonson Street.
Fresh from their debut European/UK tour, Melbourne-based neo-gypsy duo The Imprints have had an amazing year. Performing at festivals including Glastonbury, Edinburgh Fringe, Beat Herder and Small World.