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Toon Traveller
Travel Correspondent

Born - happy family, school great mates still see 7 / 8 in year, degreed, beer n fun, work was lazy but usually happy, retired. Learning from mum and dads travel exploits.

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The Stars are Dimming 10.20.2020
Last of the great gigs in Newcastle 10.12.2020
That's Not Entertainment 09.25.2020
REJOICE, REJOICE... REJOICE? 09.11.2020
Too old to Rock and Roll, too young to die 08.26.2020
I can see why they live in the moment 08.17.2020
The Heart of the New Saturday Night 07.04.2020
We Regret to Announce an Interruption to our normal program 05.31.2020
COVID 19 Dreaming 05.15.2020
A piece of Whimsy 05.01.2020
Back to Life, Back to Reality 04.11.2020
Surviving the Crisis 03.26.2020
Rockers at Risk! And Record Stores too 03.18.2020
Cuum on Feeel the Nooysseeee!! 03.13.2020
The Deep Purple Falls Over Sleepy Garden Walls 02.19.2020
Toon Traveller 4 01.20.2020
El Chalten and Elsewhere 01.08.2020
Toon Traveller: Ushuaia 12.13.2019
Toon Traveller in Buenos Aires 11.11.2019

Late for Church
Seemingly from out of nowhere, the Church resurfaces with a gorgeous new album, and Pastor Steve Kilbey a new solo effort
Drained by the Dish Doctor
All things Australian are great these days. I mean I just saw the proposition and it seems like they've come a long way. The Dish Doctor, from Australian designer is great too, but not in my house, please
The Mind of Joe Baiza
Punk guitarist Joe Baiza has been creating and collecting art for over thirty years, now Cornelius Projects in San Pedro has gathered a monumental amount of that stuff for you to see
Where's Banksy?
Hunted by the police, notorious graffiti-artist Banksy goes all Pied Piper in London
L'art ne reproduit pas le visible, il le rend visible
Je visualise, je realise, je suis art
Deerhunter and the Halcyon Days of Autumn
Do you need to listen to a great, new album? Yes, you do.
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