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A few weeks ago, I helped Brisbane organic/blues project Lightbulb record the ‘Transition‘ EP.

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January 23rd, 2007

Brisbane Links

CityCat Ferry cruising on the Brisbane River

Welcome to the very first article at Brisbane is Home. This list of links will give you a start on the info you need to have fun in Brisbane.

The two biggest general ‘What’s On’ guides are Our Brisbane and Brisbane City Life.

Entertainment

If it’s weekend fun you are looking for, there are plenty of sites that have all the news:

Raw Audio is an Internet "TV and Radio Station" devoted to Brisbane music.

Clubbing: In The Mix and Scene Magazine’s Clubbing Guide

Live Music: Rave Magazine Gig Guide and Featured Gigs of the Week, Scene Magazine Live Music Guide, the Original Music Guide at Brispop.com, and Radio 4ZZZ’s Event Guide.

Jazz: Brisbane Jazz, the regular gig listing from Jazz Scene, and What’s on this Week at the Brisbane Jazz Club.

Classical: Radio 4MBS-FM’s Classical Music Diary.

Arts: Scene Magazine Arts Guide.

Movies: Mainstream, arthouse and independent movie times in Brisbane.

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Blogs

The Bartlett Diaries – Senator Andrew Bartlett represents the state of Queensland in the Australian Federal Parliament.

Larvatus Prodeo (it means ‘Always go Masked’) – a blog that discusses politics and life

The Brisneyland community on Livejournal

Poligoths – vaguely disturbing pictures of politicians photoshopped onto famous people – such as Queensland Premier Peter Beattie and his deputy Anna Bligh looking like the Munsters.

I Love Brisbane – "a new photo and article about "the hidden and not so hidden delights of Brisbane city" every day.

Let’s Take Over, Out and About with Tony Robinson, and Life of Riley – activist and community events and issues.

Woolly Days – the world view from Wooloowin (a Brisbane suburb)

Veni Vedi Blogli ("I came, I saw, I found it vaguely interesting and thought I’d pass it on")

Photos of Brisbane on Flickr

There are several groups devoted to Brisbane on flickr, the photo-sharing website, including Brisbanites, Brisbane Meetup, West End, and Fortitude Valley and New Farm.

If you are looking for photos of Brisbane that you can use for free, click here to see all the photos of Brisbane on flickr that are licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution licence. You can use them for free, even for commercial use, but you MUST get in touch with the person who took the photo and give them credit in the way they want.

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For instance, you can use the photo of the CityCat at the top of this story, but you MUST give credit to Brisbane is Home – click on the photo to go to flickr and see the full conditions.

Videos by people in Brisbane: click here to see YouTube videos about Brisbane.

Mainstream Media

The Courier-Mail is the daily paper for all of Queensland, and Quest Newspapers (like the Courier-Mail and Fox News, owned by News Corporation) publishes over a dozen local suburban weeklies. Other suburban papers include: Westender, The Independent, The Bayside Star, The Bayside Bulletin/Redland Times, and the Western Echo.

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has a local radio station in Brisbane.

The ABC also broadcasts the Australia-wide stations Radio National (current affairs, arts and issues), ABC Classic-FM, Triple J (alternative-mainstream rock) and NewsRadio into Brisbane.

SBS Radio is a multicultural Australia-wide radio network that broadcasts in Brisbane.

Triple M, Nova and B 105 are major FM rock and pop stations, while other commercial stations include 4KQ (classic hits), 4BH (easy listening), ropa calvin klein (adult contemporary).

There are also plenty of community radio stations in Brisbane, including 4RPH (reading the newspaper over the air for blind and other print-handicapped people), 4ZZZ-FM (radical alternative/local), Switch FM (dance), 4AAA (Indigenous/Country), 4MBS Classic FM, Bay FM (Southside Bay area), Radio Brisvaani (mainly aimed at Indians in Brisbane), 96five (family-friendly) and calvin klein españa (Christian contemporary music)

There are 5 mainstream TV stations in Brisbane: Channels 7, 9, 10, the ABC, and SBS, but very little of their work is devoted especially to Brisbane.

Briz 31 is the local community TV station.

So, what other links would you like to see here? Just write a comment with the link, and say why it’s interesting and about Brisbane.

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