March 25, 2014
In this Issue:
If you can sit still long enough with the susurrant afrobeat sounds gently filling Café Oska you may be able to study the menu
Culture – Calm logic and compassion triumph over angry, irrational prejudice in Ballina Players’ production of Twelve Angry Men
I don’t know why I didn’t expect to like this – maybe it was that nagging sense that so much these days is done with the book and movie in mind.
In their second trek to Perth for the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships (The Aussies), competitors from the Brunswick SLSC will tow the club's boat across the desert
My Radio Heart is NORPA’s new homegrown play coproduced with Sydney’s Urban Theatre Projects, featuring Tralala Blip, a northern rivers-based mixed-abilities electronic music ensemble.
Ever since he stood in front of a microphone, audiences have had a fascination with the life and music of Johnny Cash.
It has taken longer than might have been expected for the phenomenal success of ‘The Artist’ (both commercial and artistic) to inspire a similarly bold deviation from the norm in mainstream cinema
This week's Player Profile is 13 -year-old Kayne Lines from the Brunswick Bulldogs
In the 11th annual qualifier for the Greg Norman Junior Masters, the Ocean Shores Junior Masters was played in fantastic conditions, and is a credit to superintendent, Shane Heaney and staff at the Country Club.
When she was just 15, the soon-to-be soul-singing sensation Joss Stone went into the studio to record her star-making debut album the soul sessions.
A lot has happened in the one short year since Extreme MMA Byron Bay brought out a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts fighter and coach from Brazil.
Byron Shire Council will ask the state government to recognise the ‘enormous benefits’ that the Cape Byron Marine Park and sanctuaries provide to local economies and businesses in the shire.
Local girl Marli Lopez Hope had a dream come true when she was one of only two applicants chosen from hundreds to make a trip of a lifetime to the Antarctic for two weeks of fun on the ice.
This year sees Byron’s most famous signature event, Byron Blues Festival, turn 25. Founded by Keven and Karin Oxford, ‘Bluesfest’ was born back in 1990 as a four-day indoor event at the then Arts Factory.