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The closure of Coalcliff’s very own Bombie Bar wounded the community’s local music lovers and musical talents such as Garfish, Ray Beadle, Swing Booty, Seven Suns, and many more young up and coming artists robbing them of a venue that supported their passion for music. But fear not, the captain of Coalcliff Surf Club Rob Deacon has announced that the Bombie Bar will continue at its brand new venue in Coledale RSL every second Friday of each month. The grooving blend of brass, percussion, smooth electric guitar and sweet synth that is local band Garfish supported by Dean Kelly will be launching the Bombie Bar into its new era on February 9, starting at 7pm.
His last interaction with the “Animal House” star was after a gig at the Lone Star Cafe in New York City. It was raining hard and Malone knew he’d never catch a cab, so he asked Belushi for a ride home in his limo. Belushi agreed, but insisted Malone had to first hang out at his place for a while..
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What is lazily dismissed as correctness is often simple politeness, an example of our adaptive civilisation. This is a country of evolutionary change, successfully pluralist for millennia because of a national genius for good manners and peaceful coexistence. This is why Enoch Powell, so right about monetarism and the problems that membership of the Common Market would entail, was so wrong to predict, with Virgil, that the river would foam much blood We are an island people constantly modifying our composition and our relationship with the rest of the world.
“Climate Change Policy and Public Health,” the sixth and final Massive Open Online Course offered by the University of Wisconsin Madison this year, launches Nov. 9.The course will be taught by Jonathan Patz, a professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.”While climate change poses major risks to our health, policy actions to prevent climate change offer enormous and immediate health benefits,” Patz says. “Most benefits will stem from cleaner air and more physical fitness by burning less fossil fuels, as well as from diets with reduced red meat.”MOOCS are noncredit learning experiences that allow an unlimited number of people from around the globe to participate.