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Regenerating Heart Muscle

In simple terms your heart is a muscle that pumps blood through your body. If the muscle is damaged because of a heart attack the heart becomes unable to do its job properly and you may die. 321 more words


STAY (a Collection of Words About Love)

‘Stay’ is a collection of a bunch of pieces I’ve written over the last couple of years, all of which are about love. Love for a boy, love for a best friend, love for life, the loss of a loved one, anything love. 938 more words


National Unfitness

Back in the heady days of the 1970’s, before litigation ruined everything, Gladstone’s kids were rounded up once a week and dragged down to the National Fitness club in Auckland Street; if they could find, and catch, us that is. 224 more words

Local Knowledge


I’m releasing 2 zines in the near future. Looking for people to proof read them for me.Part 1 is called ‘SITTING IN THE DARK IN MY JOCKS EATING PIZZA’, and part 2 is called ‘I THINK ABOUT BURGERS TOO MUCH’. 85 more words


19th April 1867. 'Dizzy'

‘Disraeli had the wit of a hairdresser’: Anthony Trollope.

Benjamin Disraeli was an outsider who broke the mould in British politics, being of Jewish stock, hadn’t attended university, and significantly introduced adversarial politics, mainly because of his hatred of Gladstone, at a time when the Liberals and Conservatives were becoming distinct parties.(1) 464 more words


Who's Afraid of a Big Long Play? You Shouldn't Be.

There’s nothing to fear in Bear & Co’s new production, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, except for maybe some sore legs. Playing at the Gladstone this month, Edward Albee’s classic text, under the helm of local director Ian Farthing, clocks in at a solid two hours and fifty minutes (that’s including two fifteen minute intermissions). 674 more words



Rockin’ The Bay presented by the Gladstone Yacht Club is excited to bring a talented mix of artists to this year’s festival . We hope you join us July 8-9, 2016 as we rock out to great music on the shores of Little Bay de Noc! 51 more words