Hoyden meetup at the Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe, Opera Quays, East Circular Quay on Sunday 8th March 2015 at 12:00 noon!
In which I claim to have enjoyed the film and then list many things I didn’t like. But seriously, it was fun.
Warning: spoilers present in post and welcome in comments!
It’s a bit early for a new media circus thread, but it’s also the time of year for the release of unpleasant news that the newsmakers hope will be buried by the holidays.
What news story/commentary/analysis has grabbed your attention lately?
Feel free to talk services, observances, decorations, rushing, shopping, gifts, surprises, feasting and family traditions heart-warming and otherwise. If anyone making other seasonal observances wants to join the thread, please do.
Today’s otter is taking a dive at the Seattle Aquarium.
Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. (Note: this Otterday post is a Christmas-free zone.)
This is the 79th monthly Down Under Feminists Carnival. This edition of the carnival gathers together November 2014 posts of feminist interest by writers living in Australia and New Zealand.
While we were away, S8 wrapped up! What did you think?
All the details on the latest edition and how to submit to the next-next one!
Australian writer, comedian and disability activist Stella Young died suddenly on Saturday, December 6. I loved Stella’s writing, and I’m really sad. Goodbye Stella.
Surprised to not see a “Maintainence Mode” page when visiting hoydenabouttown.com? Us too! But we’ve busted out of our shared server environment and stopped overloading their system and are stretching out luxuriously on our virtual private server.
There will be a Hoyden meetup at Victoria Park Camperdown on Sunday October 26 at 1pm. See you there!
No longer HaT’s Dr Who abstainer, I saw the 50th anniversary episode, the last Christmas episode and I have every intention of watching the first Capaldi episode and seeing how it goes. Thus, a thread!
Once the ABC and BBC broadcasts begin, this thread should be assumed to contain spoilers.
Australian speculative fiction podcast Galactic Suburbia has just celebrated their 100th episode. I… found a picture of a cake! On the Internet!