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Public Address 15/10/03 - Festivals

PUBLIC ADDRESS 15/10/03 - Festivals

Returns |Oct 15, 2003 11:04
Russell Brown's Hard News

Salam Pax is back in the 'hood! The Baghdad Blogger pretty much gave up posting while he was out of Iraq promoting his book, but he appears to have had a high old time of it in London and elsewhere, and has plenty to say on his return...
http://publicaddress.net/default,hardnews.sm#post766

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Ashtanga practice after pre-Diwali cleansing |Oct 15, 2003 10:14
Debra Daley's astral plane

Along with hordes of other Aucklanders I turned up in a monsoon to the Mahatma Gandhi Centre in Newton on Sunday night for a celebration of Deepawali (Diwali), the rockingest Hindu festival of the year...
http://publicaddress.net/default,chant.sm#post765

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I like to watch... |Oct 14, 2003 16:05
Jolisa Gracewood in NYC

With a teetering pile of unread and half-read books by the bed, and the nearly-completed dissertation lurking hungrily on my desk like a tiger that seemed so cute when I got it as a cub, I needed a break from words this weekend ...
http://publicaddress.net/default,busytown.sm#post763

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