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Public Address 31/10/03 -Cultural Observations


PUBLIC ADDRESS 31/10/03 -Cultural Observations

The disorderly business of life |Oct 30, 2003 16:18
GUEST Peter McLennan steps up

APRA's Silver Scroll Awards rolled around Tuesday night. This event celebrates our songwriters in fine fashion. APRA's (Australasian Performing Rights Association) members get together and have a mighty fine knees-up featuring music, of course, and much drunkenness and tomfoolery, but that's later in the evening...
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Bottoms up |Oct 30, 2003 13:30
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

You know you're back in New York when you hop into that yellow taxi. It's not just the yellow taxi itself, or the taciturn Russian cabbie with a fetish for the blues played at ear-splitting volume, but the sign right in front of your nose that reads "Complaints: 212-NYC-TAXI"...
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Just intolerable |Oct 28, 2003 14:11
Rob O'Neill live in Sydney

Intolerable Cruelty, everywhere . Seven years on from the inimitable Fargo , the Coen brothers arguably find themselves in the same position as Quentin Tarantino; struggling to live up to the extraordinarily high expectations of their devoted audience...
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