Archive for April, 2011

Infinity Bag at Deluxe Café

Infinity Bag at Deluxe Café

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Opening April 4 at Deluxe Café, Infinity Bag showcases the freshest work from Auckland artist Zachary Penney. In stark contrast to the last show at Deluxe, the delicate works in Can I Interest You In…, Zach’s drawings are the type that you probably wouldn’t take your mum to see. You might better know Penney as [...]

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Ask Constance

Ask Constance

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Constance, How come I never get any action? I’m not bad looking, some would say I’m a hot babe. I mean, I’m tall, blonde and blue eyed, with 10DDs. Seriously. And I’m not a bitch. So how come I never get a root? Thanks, Hot Babe. Ok Hotty, firstly allow me to hit you with [...]

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I Am Offended Beacuse – An Ode to the Exclamation Mark

I Am Offended Beacuse – An Ode to the Exclamation Mark

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I think you can tell a lot about someone by what their favourite type of punctuation is. This might sound kind of airy fairy, but really, this is my very own column, and you must respect that it’s being written by somebody who checks horoscopes religiously AND somebody who is currently investigating ways to not [...]

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Childhood Crushes

Childhood Crushes

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“Walking down the corridor, Try and catch your smile Don’t you know your all I need For a little while. I look at you and your innocent eyes And I’m falling deeper in love What do I have to do to show you I’m the one…” And I’ll stop right there. Digging this self-composed little [...]

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Healthy Minds On Campus – University: The Newer, More Complicated Playroom

Healthy Minds On Campus – University: The Newer, More Complicated Playroom

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University is a time filled with questions and confusion—Who am I? Who are my friends? Do I have good friends? Students are expected to act like adults, all the while trying to adjust to life with new found freedom and social networks. One might assume that meeting people at uni happens over night—head down to [...]

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Eye on Exec

Eye on Exec

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This week’s Executive meeting saw amendments to Bonus Round Sports Council grants, further development on the VSM front, and a surprising lack of charming banter. Work reports were of similar stock to recent weeks, save for an endearing misspelling of the ‘Domino Post’. Seamus still managed to pull 100 hours over the last reporting period. [...]

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Spotlight on Jamie Woon

Spotlight on Jamie Woon

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In light of the recent surge of solo artists appearing with little more than a delay pedal and their voice, British musician Jamie Woon seems to be making headway on a global scale. Prior to releasing his 2008 single ‘Spirits’, written solely for voice via a Line6 DL4 loop sampler, Woon, like many others before [...]

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Beer Will Be Beer – Taking a Step Back

Beer Will Be Beer – Taking a Step Back

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I’ve recently been publicly criticised because apparently my columns “talk shit about everyone”. I was confused by this, so I went back through my columns over the last two years, where I found I’ve written negative reviews in only three columns out of over forty. Still, looking back at them now I focused on the [...]

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