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By Chally on January 22, 2012
It’s a question with so many potential answers in such an amazing land, and it’s also a question of which place is the least painful.
By Jo Tamar on January 1, 2012
Anyone up for a meet-up in Melbourne? Sunday 8 Jan, From 11.30 am (late arrivals fine!), Portland Hotel, 127 Russell St (cnr Lt Collins – NW corner).
We will be in the casual bar area.
By tigtog on December 19, 2011
The Terminativity takes the Greatest Story Ever Told and adds time travel, a Terminator T-800, a police manhunt, lasers, pitched battles, a handful of catchy tunes and much, much more….
By Mary on December 7, 2011
AdaCamp will be a one day “unconference” (that is, it will have free-form sessions scheduled by participants) focussed on furthering women’s work in open technology and culture. It will be held on Saturday January 14 in Melbourne, some travel funding is available.
By Mindy on September 22, 2011
Just when you thought planking was finished.
By Lauredhel on August 20, 2010
With apologies for the late notice. Please also note that Barbara Moore’s book has now been published by MacMillan, and her sister will be receiving her Master’s degree this weekend. ~~~ Last Year we posted an obituary honouring the life and work of Barbara Moore, a remarkably courageous and comically gifted feminist writer and poet, [...]
By tigtog on March 26, 2009
I’m there to play with a media pass for not-quite the first week of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, arriving Wednesday 1st and heading back Tuesday 7th. Who’s up for booze and food somewhere on Saturday (4th) or Sunday (5th) lunchtime? Or does anyone have a more cunning plan? My nights are pretty booked up [...]
By tigtog on October 19, 2008
Write me a review for my new Australian online comedy portal – news, reviews and directory all rolled into one! It’s called Gagging For It (rimshot), and I need more coverage of shows outside Sydney. About ten years ago I used to do stand up around Sydney – I stopped because I got crook and [...]
By tigtog on July 18, 2008
A mile above Oz, the Witch balanced on the wind’s forward edge, as if she were a green fleck of the land itself, flung up and sent wheeling away by the turbulent air. That is the opening sentence of the novel Wicked: The Life And Times Of The Wicked Witch Of The West. That sentence [...]
By tigtog on May 15, 2008
One of my Flickrfriends, Mum49, had her camera to hand at exactly the right moment to catch a shot of some very tighty-whiteys outside Myer’s flagship store in Melbourne today. Nice boots, too.