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St. Stephens is dead quiet. Decrepit etchings on the headstones of the graveyard around the car hole don't speak much at all. With the temperature freezing the lobes off ears, nothing changes with ...
Reviewed 29 May 2006 under Exhibitions, Expositions and Events
"White Power! White Power!" and the man in the wheelchair cranks up the motor to run down a few people crossing the intersection of Enmore and King Streets in Newtown.
Reviewed 10 March 2006 under Stage Antics and Theatrics
Keep them waiting. Forget the time, that's irrelevant. Start about an hour after the post and even then, don't come out first. Instead, send out another man to warm the crowd up.
Reviewed 9 October 2005 under Stage Antics and Theatrics
Unseen vomit threw a detour in earlier plans to watch notable athletes and community people running in shorts in a winter evening kept warm by a travelling Olympic flame.
Reviewed 5 June 2004 under Film and DVD
I bought a ticket to the Big Day Out specifically out of fear of The Flaming Lips not doing a sideshow of their own — knowing, incidentally, that there's a 99% chance that they will.
Reviewed 24 November 2003 under Not So Live Music
Hipsters scattered like so many Tsubi clad pigeons yesterday in the locales of Glebe and Newtown as a team of roving DJs and assorted wannabees took to the streets to promote next week's Inner ...
Written Sunday, 8 June 2003 under Entertainment