* Outdoor gatherings in NSW including recreational activities, cafes, restaurants, clubs and pubs permitted to have a maximum of 10 people while social distancing. Working from home encouraged while public transport changes mean 12 people on two-door buses in Sydney, 32 commuters per train carriage and 245 people on the Manly ferry. Libraries and museums to reopen and regional travel within the state permitted from June 1. … [Read more...] about Australia records just six new coronavirus cases almost a week after lockdown measures were eased across all states
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Fraser McKevitt, head of retail and consumer insight at Kantar, said: "People have been working their way through their store cupboards over the past couple of months and some will now be spending a bit more on each visit to the supermarket to replenish supplies." … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Food sales soar at fastest rate in 26 years – but what are we eating?
NME's publishing director, Jo Smalley, said: "2013 has been a hugely successful year for NME. It continues to be a tough trading climate for most publishers, but the NME brand, its 60-plus years of heritage, its overall reach across multiple platforms and the way we help brands connect a young and valuable audience with live music experiences and events keeps NME in revenue growth." … [Read more...] about NME sales falling off the charts
He said: “A couple of years ago Bundy’s toe nails sold for £4,000. I had letters from the gangster Whitey Bulger and the minute he died they quadrupled in price. These can be eerie gifts.” … [Read more...] about Yorkshire Ripper’s letters and OJ signed memorabilia for sale on grim new website
Thackray also draws distinctions between US and UK jazz. “American jazz still thinks that blending hip-hop with jazz is something quite radical. Here, in London, that’s taken as read. I’ve always been influenced by the way in which, say, MF Doom constructs his phrases, using his rhythmic intonation to inform my own solos. A lot of British jazz musicians do this – it’s part of our musical DNA, just as reggae and Afrobeat is. Americans struggle with that.” She remembers how she played with an American drummer in New York after her UK drummer couldn’t make the trip. “He was very good, and it sounded fine in the end, but it was very different – he couldn’t really get that Caribbean two-step thing that I wanted.” … [Read more...] about Add some township jive! How London’s jazz scene set itself apart