April 15, 2015
In this Issue:
Local educator, comedian, and founder of the Yoniversity, Laura-Doe is creating a movie The Art & Science of Female Arousal.
After six-and-a-half years of fabulous menus and a steady and generous culinary contribution to our region, La Table Cafe and Restaurant is coming to the end in its present form – the Mullumbimby premises.
Tully on Tully have gone back to basics with their new single Two Birds. With floating synthesisers as a foundation, the simple melodies are complemented by an interesting rhythmic structure hailing back to yesteryear.
A huge roundup this week kicks off with a ‘rags to riches’ born entertainer Mason Rack – who grew up playing percussion from the age of six with his musician father Billy Rack…
Acclaimed Australian rapper 360 has been touted as this country’s hottest and most controversial crossover star. His ability to distil the zeitgeist into rap bought him to almost instant acclaim.
Byron Shire mayor Simon Richardson has lashed out at fellow councillor Sol Ibrahim after he pushed through a motion effectively rejecting an offer by scientists and economists to help manage the Shire’s pristine coastline.
The Byron Bay Rams took to the Ballina pitch on Saturday with a new sponsor and a new look for 2015.
‘Get ’em onside!’ That raucous cry is the footy tragic’s equivalent of the first cuckoo of spring. In the opening round of the new NRRRL season at Les Donnelly Field on Saturday, it was heard virtually before anybody had raised a sweat.
Byron Shire mayor Simon Richardson has put a call out to Mullumbimby residents who want to see the town's rail crossing remain open to urgently contact the line's maintenance contractor, who plans to close it down.
SpongeBob SquarePants first appeared on TV way back in 1999. He made his debut on the big screen 2004 and I can distinctly recall nothing about the movie but plenty about my little nephew’s excitement at being taken to it.
You get a lot more background than is strictly necessary in Kenneth Branagh’s re-telling of this much-loved fairytale, and the result is an ever-so-slight apologia for the wicked stepmother…
The north coast’s award-winning filmmaker David Bradbury tackles the fraught story of two major Vietnam War battles involving Australian soldiers in his latest work, The Crater.