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Public Address 01/12/03 - Arrivals And Departures

PUBLIC ADDRESS 01/12/03 - Arrivals and departures

About culture | Dec 01, 2003 11:29
Russell Brown's Hard News

What with all the hoopla, it was proper that someone should play devil's advocate, but Peter Calder's sceptical look at The Lord of the Rings phenomenon in the Weekend Herald's Canvas magazine bugged me for a couple of reasons...,


What to expect | Nov 29, 2003 09:49
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

There's a migratory songbird that, every year when migration time comes around, has to forget how to sing in order to remember how to get where it's going. Talk about traveling light: its tiny birdbrain can only handle one task at a time...,


All good things | Nov 28, 2003 16:16
Now playing in the Muse Lounge

The Muse Lounge is closing its doors. It's been about a year since Public Address started and the low-slung environs of the Muse Lounge were opened to the public. In that time there have been readings, music, travel and at least one intimate death...,

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