Week beginning 13 July 1998.
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Because a subject is listed does not necessarily mean there is an article. It has been listed because there probably is an article that week, and because the list is a good prompt for writing purposes.
Biwater Consumers crystal Palace Ecology Education Freemasons Lawyers LETSSwing Miscellaneous Music Planning Politics Science and Invention Unions and work Woodworking Small ads Stop Press
Index of earlier issues.
Click here for Blackspot`s twenty articles on assorted subjects - mostly to do with transport, safety, engineering, etc
For conditions see end of document.
The temptaton to take a few weeks off has caused a total shutdown, but there are plenty of articles in earlier issues on a great many subjects.
(These are articles that either don`t change at all or as good as don`t change from one week to the next).
If you want to know about Biwater, visit the following site:
And here are a couple more sites of interest in this field:
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Barefoot Boogie are at The International Students` House next to Great Portland St. Tube on the corner of Great Portland St. and Marylebone Road London UK on the following dates at 8.15 to 11.15 pm.
June 12, 19, 26, July 17, 24, 31, August 14, 21, September 11, 18, 25, October 2, 9 23, November 13, 20, December 4, 11, 18. Alcohol- and smoke-free disco playing a wide range of music inc. classical! Biodanza says `vibrant Latin/African Rhythms; ambient, trance, classical and rock...... in London every Wednesday 7.30-9.30 No 7 Wakefield St WC1 (5 minutes Russell Square tube 9 pounds or 6 pounds, students half price, advance and block booking discounts` phone enquiries (0044 for UK from most other countries) 0181 295 1588`
Another - a bit vague - hand-written on a postcard: `Mary`s Wednesday Biodanza class continues at St Lukes Church Hillmartin Rd N7 - Caledonian Rd tube.
Gabriele Gad and Hugh Harris sometimes play at the Bonnington cafe.
Bonnington Cafe is: 50`s Beatnik atmosphere, cheap but good vegetarian food, and sometimes a fire in the hearth.
Bonnington Square, London SE8 UK (Vauxhall BR and Underground stn nearby, plus buses).
No change this week.
To see earlier articles about freemasons look in the last twelve or thirteen issues. To find them just click below:
To see stuff about Biwater, go to http://wwwlabournet.org.uk/biwater/index.html
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I want some stuff for getting data off Amstrad PCW`s onto ordinary PC`s. email@example.com
Cheap laptop for writing the Other News when away from base. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
(Will take LETS currencies): Industrial quality roofrack about 7 feet X 3.5 feet, made to measure for ford Sierra estate. I used it for woodwork contracting. It is the best I`ve ever seen. Contact email@example.com
Same again, about 48" by 96", but lesser quality, for Ford Granada estate or Volvo 7 series - free owing to poor condition - but it works. firstname.lastname@example.org
LETSSwing (the London all-LETS-members band) need a percussionist. Suit someone who thinks of playing and writing music as a creative, co-operative, gentle activity, who likes out-of-date pop and jazz, and who doesn`t like making a noise. We play so quiet you could have it in your livingroom without bothering the neighbours most of the time, and are looking at the possibilities for involvement in `the community` (playing in hospitals and so on). Contact email@example.com
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