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Inaugural Chamberlain Lecture

On Monday evening I was invited to attend the inaugural Chamberlain Lecture hosted by BT at BT Tower in London. Sir Merrick Cockell, former Chairman of the LGA, opened the proceeding, introducing Lord Heseltine who spent the next hour weaving a fine speech about Chamberlain’s time in local Government, and as a Westminster politician with his own life story, his time influencing Local Government and snippets from his ‘No stone unturned’ paper.   575 more words

Local Government

FILM FIGHT CLUB S2E18: SYDNEY FILM FESTIVAL PROGRAM LAUNCH

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Where we chat to Sydney Film Festival Director Nashen Moodley fresh off the program launch about this year’s line-up, fight about our favourite picks and what you should go see and chat to No Stone Unturned Producer Trevor Birney about his new documentary which had it’s Australian premiere at the Irish Film Festival – for more on our Irish Film Festival coverage, our review of opening night flick Maze and interview with In The Name Of Peace: John Hume in America Director Maurice Fitzpatrick see… 9 more words

Festivals

IRISH FILM FESTIVAL - FILMMAKER INTERVIEWS & OPENING NIGHT

The Film Fight Club crew’s coverage of the Irish Film Festival 2018 – taking place over four days at Paddington’s Chauvel Cinema, we reviewed the opening night flick… 54 more words

Festivals

On Fixed and Fluid Worldviews: Were You Hoping to Catch a Bullet?

“I heard you got back from traveling,” a local man in New Hampshire said the other day, before explaining about how he’s heard Europe has a bunch of great hiking trails. 619 more words

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Snapshots of Humanity

The writer in me has always appreciated hearing other people’s stories. When I drove for Lyft a few summers ago, I picked up one passenger after his shift at a suburban AT&T store. 358 more words

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The Mystery and Allure of Vietnam

Walking in Hanoi always puts us on high alert as we’re pedestrians in a city characterized by its crazy flow of two-wheelers. The motorbikes honk incessantly. 942 more words

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The Grape Harvest and the Waterfall

Strung between two pear trees, the shaded rope hammock beckoned me. My legs were cramping–the feeling brought me back almost 20 years to high school football two-a-day practices, when seemingly endless bear crawls, up downs, and sprints dehydrated the heck out of us aspiring gridiron heroes. 1,046 more words

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