What a day, what a contest. Bells had thrown up the most challenging waves in decades. Its reputation was enhanced for another generation of surfers around the world.
Renowned local bluesman Bill Barber is back on the boards this weekend – and this time he’s not on his own.
They say imitation is the most sincerest form of flattery and in recent times we’ve seen a proliferation of church burnings in some parts, and let’s be honest here, it’s probably due to the recent release of the film Lords Of Chaos.
Now I have a new edition to Stampys’ greatest hits. Drumroll please
With the cooler months approaching, the fear of coming to Ballarat and freezing ya tootsies off becomes more prevalent for many musos! So, why not let some of the local acts have a crack?
Dick Hoole was down at Bells recently for one night surf film retrospective presented by the Bells Beach Surf Film Festival.
A five-year anniversary is traditionally celebrated with gifts made of wood.
Pulp is ready and waiting to blow your socks off with another excellent superheroic story that to be honest, I’d completely forgotten about.
The sad thing about the latest version of Pet Sematary is that it’s not a new adaptation of the Stephen King novel, but rather a remake of the 1989 film.
The Rip Curl Pro returns to Bells Beach next week for another action-packed Easter weekend.
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