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Public Address 01/10/08 - Memory Food

Public Address 01/10/08 - Memory Food

Memory Food | Oct 01, 2008 09:18
GUEST: Giovanni Tiso comes home
I'm off to Italy with my oldest son, Joseph, who turned seven last week. He has been there before but this is the trip that I have some expectation he'll remember, so we'll try to do the odd extra-special memorable thing - two days in Venice ought to cover that...

Dancing in the Dark | Sep 30, 2008 13:26
Hadyn Green hates your favourite team
The Superbowl halftime show is the stuff of legend and satire. Back in 2004 I sat in the lounge of my humble Wellington flat watching Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake dance about. Jose was outside having a smoke and Jules was in the kitchen getting a hotdog. So I was...


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