March 4, 2014
In this Issue:
The Brunswick Valley U16s wins the interdistrict Grand Final against Lismore
Bangalow is not an ordinary country town. The Bangalow Dining Rooms in the pub have not only an excellent restaurant dining menu, but also a ‘pub dining’ menu that is a good cut above the rest of the state.
Craggy old Liam Neeson does it tough in the movies these days, doesn’t he? In Non Stop, as US Air Marshal Bill Marks, has also lost an eight-year-old daughter to leukemia and, still devastated, has developed a penchant for hard liquor
A casual listen to the Boz Scaggs discography makes one thing obvious: Boz Scaggs is both a musical seeker and a man of sizeable talent as a singer, songwriter and guitarist
This Friday the Bay Rollers Roller Derby will play the Tweed Valley Vixens in a fundraising ‘Bout for Freedom’ in Byron Bay
Cruelty and mayhem may not be your cup of tea, but if you consider horror to be as valid a genre as any other, you won’t want to miss Wolf Creek 2 – it’s a ripper
Over the past few years audiences around the shire have faIlen in love with the music of Passion Flamenca – the wild combination of Paul Margolin and Sergio Navarro
Sapoty Brook, Mullumbimby. The Deep Water Horizon oil platform fire in the Gulf of Mexico resulted in a massive oil spill in the spawning waters of blue fin tuna.
Fast Buck$, Coorabell. The fact that staff are on good terms with Simon Richardson tells me they regard him as a harmless chump.
I brought home the roadkill. The raggedy dead butterfly is called a Common Crow, perhaps a female. But imagine: alive she might have migrated along the coast from Moreton Bay fig trees to frangipanis.
Matt Hartley, Byron Bay. Attending the Byron United forum re Byron’s future was fascinating. The mayor spoke about ‘our town where we love to live’. He lives in Federal.