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28/05/07

The World Is Deep, Deeper Than Day Can Comprehend “I have a fascination for the documents that blow through the ruins of war, the pages of letters home and the bureaucracy of armies and the now useless instructions on how to fire ground-to-air missiles that flutter across the desert and cover the floors of roofless [...]

28/05/07

“The thing is I’ll go down to the Bluenote and I’ll draw trannies and gang members and stuff and get on the piss and draw people. I’m fascinated by humanity, I’m really interested in people and I think that through the painting and drawing of them hopefully I’m managing to encapsulate something of the essence [...]

28/05/07

With Labour’s latest pro-business budget, “the party of the workers” has made another shift to the right. Tax cuts and tax credits for business while Dr Cullen has presented workers with the privatisation of retirement social security. The illusion that Labour was the more progressive of the two main parties has truly come to an [...]

28/05/07

In the last fortnight the Pentagon has banned all of its soldiers serving overseas from using popular video sharing and social networking web sites, claiming that they are a security risk. In today’s society borders that were once geographical are now electronic and in a political manner reeking of fascism the Pentagon once again tries [...]

28/05/07

With Education Vice President Joel Cosgrove Pulp – Different Class Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

28/05/07

Bats Theatre Thursday May 10 Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

28/05/07

This film is sort of a weird hybrid between a murder mystery and some kind of sinister romantic-comedy, with Woody Allen thrown into the middle. A journalism student eager for a good story gets visited by the ghost of a famous newspaper reporter and is told that a highly respected and rich business man is [...]

28/05/07

16-19 May Bats Theatre Share on Facebook+1 on Google+Post to TumblrTweet this

28/05/07

Heartbreak, battling demons, corruption, tragedy and unorthodox playing in the hip-hop world all run deep in Sage Francis fourth release, Human the Death Dance. Hip-hop’s staple themes of bitches, guns and hustling are avoided by this “whitey” hip-hop street poet, who uses brutally honest and politically minded words as weapons. Francis was the first hip-hop [...]