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The Effort of Being a Lady in the Modern World

I've just embarked on a new radio venture with fellow radio enthusiast and friend Louise Evans.

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Soundtrack Your Life

I've always been interested in creating the perfect mix for every occasion and, well, even for the day to day mundane activities. Life needs a soundtrack, dammit. Now you can get your mixing fix at 8tracks.com, a website which allows you to upload a music mix, give it a wee description, tag it with some genres and set it free.

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Brain Storm / Cut To The Chase / Further Alphabetising

Over at Satellite Gallery at the moment is an exhibition of work by Andrew Blythe, a self-taught artist based here in Auckland. His work is a mix of pencil, acrylic, charcoal, crayon and even woodblock prints.

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The Corrosive Empire

As if the joys of Te papa and feasible public transport weren’t enough, here’s another reason to pay the capital a visit. Opening on the 20th of May, Wellington’s Pixel Ink Gallery presents The Corrosive Empire, an exhibition of work by KIRAN-X.

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Self-promotional speaker knows our mistake.

Comedy this!

"NZ Comedy Festival pack includes: Sponge Bob Square Pants Stickers, a Whoopee Cushion, Condoms and Heineken 6pack. ... Pedophile pack?" Sex Crazed International tweet.

Paper Scissors Stock, now you play

Auckland's best street artists crunched into one space, their own space, for what promises to be a gob-smackingly tasty exhibition of accessibly priced but excessively awesome prints. Yes, I'm a fan of the Cut Collective.

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Report on the Shadow Industry

So against all logic I was recently working a Monday-Friday 9-5 sort of thing for a while. It involved lots of mind-numbing printer management, and a half-hour bus ride twice a day. In an effort to lessen the mind-numbness, I spent these trips reading.

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