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Dat Party Tho

As mentioned, on my first night in Russia I was driven out of town into the woods near Moscow to what can only be described as a quasi-oligarchical bacchanal, or what I believe Australians might refer to as a ‘hoopla’. 206 more words

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And so, dear comrades, it begins. With the image of utilitarian housing blocks receding into a brighter future, I start my blog. I will say that this blog is for you, but in reality it is for me. 274 more words

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saturday singalong

Happy weekend world! It is an amazing day here in Sydney, and I have spent most of today so far soaking up the sunshine. Summer is on it’s way! 121 more words


Peace Day Philly 2014


Sing-A-Long for Peace at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia


Peace Day Philly is a local initiative that promotes diverse and meaningful participation across the region in the United Nations International Day of Peace, a worldwide day observed on  56 more words


Keeping the home fires burning

Westminster Music Library was alive with the sound of song last Saturday, as a number of the Borough’s older residents braved wind and rain to join Ruth, Anthony and myself in a lively sing-along recollecting the centenary of the First World War. 403 more words

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Jason Mraz: Out Of My Hands

You went walking away, into the sun
How romantic, but I knew we were done

Was it something I said, something I did
It must be over my head, I didn’t quite understand it…

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Bandra Feast Sundays

When you’re born and brought up in the Bandra, “the Queen of the Suburbs”, September could only mean one thing - the Bandra Fair.

While the Feast is always celebrated on the Sunday after the 8th of September (the birthday of Our Lady), the Bandra Fair stretches from that Sunday to the next – with an extra Monday thrown in at the end for good measure. 1,138 more words

Alison Rodericks