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Hard News 22/08/03 - Shakin'

HARD NEWS 22/08/03 - Shakin'

The earth moved |Aug 22, 2003 13:06
Russell Brown's Hard News

Nature's grand flourishes are great when no one gets hurt. Thus, we can all feel a bit excited about New Zealand's biggest earthquake in years . It would be a good day, then, to visit one of the veterans of the New Zealand Internet, the Institute of...,


Rapture |Aug 22, 2003 13:03
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude

I have this problem with rock concerts. It's not the loud music, it's not the pushing, the shoving, or the sweet smell of sensimilla. It's what to do with my hands. At a dance party (or is that rage?) you have any number of options to keep your limbs busy...,


New season lineup |Aug 22, 2003 10:36
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

I spent last night channel grazing and complaining loudly that there was nothing to watch. 'Well, what would entertain you on a Thursday night?' she said. Some suggestions: A History of the Russian Space Programme with Kate Moss ...,


Rhythms are many, spirit is one, says Opposite Debra |Aug 22, 2003 10:08
Debra Daley's astral plane

In Auckland this Sunday 24 August: Drums Around the World 10th anniversary. It's a crazy, fun thing to go drumming. You feel totally alive during and after. You don't have to be a proper musician...,


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