January 28, 2015
In this Issue:
Local activist Tony Barry is joining forces with filmmaker John Rado, Byron Bay solicitor Adam van Kempen, and activist/script-writer Daryl White, to produce a 90-minute action-comedy-adventure Who Unlocked The Gate?
People often ask me where they can take their visiting friends and relatives for a good meal around town. Locals too are looking for unusual digs to eat in and enjoy
This week's music roundup begins with some home grown talent as Gabriel and Cecilia Brandolini, get ready to hit the Byron markets on Sunday.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll have some extra kilos on after the silly season – it’s inevitable, and even though I eat to work, December and January hold particularly dangerous times for my waist.
This week's Culture wrap up starts with a touch of magic as renowned magician, comedian, mime artist, inventor and unusualist Raymond Crowe brings his full-length show to Byron Bay.
After five years of playing together, local lads A Little Province have released their debut self-titled album.
While the nationwide rollout of high-speed internet continues, any plans for Byron Shire are yet to be announced. The federally owned NBN Co has been tasked with the job, which has been described as ‘the largest infrastructure project in Australia’s history.’
'Jingi Walla! Hello!’ echoed across town on Monday as hundreds of tourists and locals gathered at Main Beach in Byron Bay to celebrate the survival of the Indigenous people of this country.
I missed Angelina Jolie’s ‘In The Land Of Blood And Honey’ (2011), but if it was as bad as reports suggest, this second effort might at least get a tick for being an improvement.
In popular culture, the road trip (or in this case, hiking trip) is synonymous with a journey of self-discovery. The road that Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon) follows, on her own and on foot, is the thousand-mile Pacific Coast Trail.