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Hard News 23/09/03 - Practices

HARD NEWS 23/09/03 - Practices

Hi folks,

Postings from Debra and Peter, on rather different activities.

And don't forget that from tomorrow, this will become the Public Address mailing list, not the Hard News mailing list.

Jolly good, then.

Cheers,

RB
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Practice diary from Sunday to Tuesday |Sep 22, 2003 16:27
Debra Daley's astral plane

Sunday: Recently I have been using Richard Freeman's Yoga Breathing , two guided CDs on the art of pranayama, to practice with at home. But once a month Peter Nilsson holds a pranayama class at the Yoga Academy on a Sunday morning; I always attend that...
http://publicaddress.net/default,chant.sm#post692

Dub is the new rock |Sep 22, 2003 13:27
GUEST Peter McLennan steps up

Friday was the annual madness that is the bNet Music Awards , the alternative to the official NZ Music Awards, or the Tuis. Having attended a few of these loose affairs (the bNets, I mean), I was curious to see what they came up with this year...
http://publicaddress.net/default,speaker.sm#post691

ENDS

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