March 11, 2014
In this Issue:
Eric Bibb has been a professional player since he was just 16, playing in the house band for his father’s television talent show. At 19 he move to Paris, where he took up blues guitar
So many things to inspire our senses in Art, Poetry, Tattoos, Music, Movies, Theatre and Comedy,
Having attended Melbourne’s Food and Wine Festival last weekend, I was reminded of a time long ago when Byron used to close off Lawson Street…
Water and Light, Essence of Woman, the Moonrise, the Romans and the Greeks along with our Bundjalung Brothers and all Living Things are among the wonderful offerings this month in the art world.
The eighth Byron Bay International Film Festival officially closed with a gala party on Saturday night after ten days of inspiring cinema, awards, more parties and fascinating panel discussions.
Funk R&B musician Jon Cleary was born in Cranbook England, but somehow the music and the spirit of New Orleans was in his blood. It was only a matter of time before Cleary found his way to his musical home.
Police have asked the Tweed and Byron liquor accords to not admit motorcycle gang members who wear club colours. But Nomads members say they should be consulted before a decision is taken.
The newly formed state government department Local Land Services has been forced to apologise to members after letters were sent with wrong and missing information.
Oliver Dunne argues that Byron Shire Council, the state government and West Byron developers should not be relying on an 1989 bypass proposal ‘that was intended to relieve traffic conditions for the years 2000 to 2025’.