December 2, 2014
In this Issue:
While preparations for this year’s Soul Street New Year's Eve event in Byron Bay are well underway, there is still more engagement needed from the business community, says Byron United president Michael O’Grady.
It wasn’t that long ago that everybody was posting on Facebook vids of themselves being dowsed by a bucket of iced water. It was to raise money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), an incurable degenerative disease.
John Ford once advised – just keep the camera focused on the actors’ eyes. Never was that edict put to better practice than in Dan Gilroy’s dark and disturbing Nightcrawler.
In time for Bluesfest, SOJA will be releasing their fifth studio album featuring the single I Believe, co-written by and featuring Michael Franti.
Sonic Architects National Conference is touring the nation taking four of Australia’s most exciting acts on the road, together!
Before they are let loose on the beautiful beaches of the state’s north, the lifeguard class of 2014 had to head back to school for a few days as they ramp up preparations for a busy summer season.
Learning harmonica at age eleven, music quickly became Trevor Hall’s most intimate companion, guide and creative outlet as he began to write his own songs and perform.
The Byron Beach Cafe has received the Best Tourism Restaurant and Catering Service award at the annual NSW Tourism Awards, held last Thursday in Sydney.
I was driving through laid-back Lennox Head recently and thought I’d take a detour to a pristine stretch of sandy beach.
A current chemical-free steam weeding trial around Byron Shire Council-run parks has come under pressure after comments by a senior council staffer.
It’s been confirmed that both the Mullumbimby and Byron district hospitals will permanently close once the Byron Central Hospital opens in 2016.