April 29, 2015
In this Issue:
This week's Music Roundup looks for fun on the full moon with the Afro-funk supergroup The Hayden Hack Infusion play the GLO Dance at Durrumbul Hall for the May lunar event.
Award-winning British comedian Jeff Green has become a well-known face and voice on Australian TV and radio since arriving for his first Melbourne International Comedy Festival performance here in 1996.
This week's Culture Wrap features a competition for local stories told orally will be one of many exciting story events planned for the inaugural Festival of the Golden Tale in June.
Well it’s official – the northern rivers is spoilt rotten and Brunswick Heads has the most recent example of just why we should be smiling.
Cr Rose Wanchap is again pushing for Byron Shire Council to develop a multi-level carpark/retail precinct in Byron’s CBD, and the issue will be raised at this week’s Council meeting.
Though Ben Ellison grew up on an intentional community in Elands and was exposed to an alternative lifestyle at an early age, his partner Alicia James had no interest at all in permaculture.
A councillor who is in favour of the Byron bypass along Butler Street has lectured affected residents on their opposition to the proposal, telling them, ‘We have to do more than just complain about change’.
The opening sequences of Canadian François Girard’s film feel like a weird hybrid of 8 Mile and the wretched As It Is In Heaven.
When the first of what threatens to be a franchise without end appeared (Infinity War – Part 1 is scheduled for release in 2018. True), I thought we were to be treated to a new take on the wonderful adventures of Emma Peel and John Steed.