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Let's make NE-YO fall in love with MACAU !

Hey guys… 

That’s right.. by the end of the month NE-YO will be here in Macau at Club Cubic. I love his musics, so Im definetly gonna be there dancing & singing.. 25 more words

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What's on in September

September in New York means three things: Back to school, Fashion Week and the United Nations General Assembly in session.

United Nations

The 69th Session of the UN General Assembly will convene at UN Headquarters in NYC September 16 – October 1, 2014. 564 more words

New York

UQ Buds presents: Meditation and Mooncakes with Ven. Miao Xin

It’s time for Mid-Autumn Festival again! (Chinese: Zhong Qiu Jie, Vietnamese: Tet Trung Thu). For many of our members from Chinese, Vietnamese and other Asian backgrounds, it’s a time for family, and …also…MOONCAKES! 88 more words

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SLHG September meeting

1pm, 20 September 2014. Toowong Community Meeting Place, Josling Street Toowong. The man who built the ‘Big House’ on Hawken Drive, Ruth Bonetti, musician and author, will outline the life of Finnish immigrant WA Back and the mark he made on St Lucia, the northern districts of NSW and western Queensland

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The Black Keys at No. 1 in The Spectrum Baker’s Dozen Countdown (8/30/14)

The Black Keys are back at number one in this week’s Baker’s Dozen countdown on The Spectrum with Gotta Get Away. Meanwhile, George Ezra comes in at number two with Budapest, and St. 100 more words


New Films! Night Moves, As Above So Below, Let's Be Cops, Midnight Road...

Kelly Reichardt follows Meek’s Cutoff, a contemplative spin on the western, with Night Moves, a contemplative spin on the suspense thriller.Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard are a trio of radical environmentalists who are planning a spectacular act of terrorism. 438 more words


Lou Lou's Vintage Fair is coming to Portsmouth

We’ve been chatting to Jess of Lou Lou’s Vintage Fair which is due to visit Portsmouth Guildhall on the 7th September 2014.

What can we expect at the Guildhall on the 7th? 448 more words