1020 – Descent (ascent) into Hades. The terminal boasts a giant billboard picturing blue sky.
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Dear White America For better or for worse, your country is the leader of the Western world.
I pretty much disagree with the man on every political level imaginable, but he is also a friend. He’s planning on running in the London Marathon and raising money for the Cancer Society.
Something rather big happened to the internet the other day.
I didn’t even want to see Mad Max: Fury Road. I don’t do action movies.
There are a group of people, we are told, that focus groups suggest, will not vote National.
I think it’s important to make two disclaimers before I go any further with this review.
Today will be tough. There will be laughter. There will be cake. Campbell Live is famous for cake. We are the only people in the world who lose weight on Christmas holidays.
The Iraq war started twelve years ago, briefly after the invasion of Afghanistan following the attacks on New York City in 2001.
A while back I asked the four Green Party co-leader aspirants what their favourite musical was.
What a frustrating watch! This should have been a documentary that I enjoyed immensely.
Tim Batt went to a screening at the Documentary Edge Festival, the screening he sat in featured all three of the following:
There’s a whole lot of frustrated people in Baltimore right now. Not without reason either, it’s been a pretty frustrating few weeks.
24 hours. That’s how long the record stood for hardest review I’d had to write for a Comedy Festival show.
Last year I saw Reginald D. Hunter as part of the Comedy Festival. His show hinged upon one big giant rape joke he did smack in the middle of his set.
Eastend Cabaret is the type of show that isn’t for everyone. It’s for most people. But not for everyone.
I’ll copy/paste the blurb for Des’ show to set some context: In February 2013, Des moved to China for a year so he could learn enough Mandarin to perform stand-up to a Chinese audience. He even starred on China’s biggest dating show. Now he’s here to share these hilarious and unique experiences with you.
Sanjay Parbhu has been performing as a comedian for around 7 years, since graduating from the NZ comedy fest initiative “Class Comedians” while still in high school. This is his debut solo show.