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Public Address 10/10/05 - Signal To Noise

PUBLIC ADDRESS 10/10/05 - Signal To Noise

Signal to Noise | Oct 10, 2005 10:33
Russell Brown's Hard News

Well, damn: I missed the scoop. At the Music Awards on Wednesday night, I bumped into the original Westie Girl, Jan Hellriegel, who had shortly before accosted the mayor and asked him to guarantee the survival of the speedway at Western Springs...
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Yawn | Oct 09, 2005 14:43
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

You know what I want to be when I grow up? Sober. If there's one thing I seem to have done waaay too much of since coming home to Wellington is sinking [alcohol]. Not that I'm complaining mind you, actually going out and having a laugh is better than being...
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Après le déluge | Oct 07, 2005 14:51
Jolisa Gracewood in New Haven

Here comes autumn. One minute we're enjoying the last blazing days of a Connecticut summer, and the next, Busyboy and I are filling our pockets with fallen chestnuts on the leisurely walk to daycare. We're doing voluntary carless days, at the suggestion of the youngest member of the...
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