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Old 04-10-2005, 04:15 PM
~*~LilLorna~*~ ~*~LilLorna~*~ is offline
 
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Will the city just go back to being crap or can we keep up whats been happening all year?

I know some people say the year wasn't successful but I'd disagree really. I used to hate living here....now I love it. I love the atmosphere in the city on a sunny day. Theres always something happening, lots of activity.
Theres been some great gigs here this year, especially with the Spiegletent and the Marquee! I'd love to see all this continuing on to next year!
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Old 04-10-2005, 05:49 PM
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Will the city just go back to being crap or can we keep up whats been happening all year?

I know some people say the year wasn't successful but I'd disagree really. I used to hate living here....now I love it. I love the atmosphere in the city on a sunny day. Theres always something happening, lots of activity.
Theres been some great gigs here this year, especially with the Spiegletent and the Marquee! I'd love to see all this continuing on to next year!
i going to be throwing weekly parties in my pants. Thats about the height of it. You're not invited.
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Old 04-10-2005, 06:53 PM
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i going to be throwing weekly parties in my pants. Thats about the height of it. You're not invited.
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Old 05-10-2005, 02:44 PM
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Will the city just go back to being crap or can we keep up whats been happening all year?

I know some people say the year wasn't successful but I'd disagree really. I used to hate living here....now I love it. I love the atmosphere in the city on a sunny day. Theres always something happening, lots of activity.
Theres been some great gigs here this year, especially with the Spiegletent and the Marquee! I'd love to see all this continuing on to next year!
It's why I started the which capital of culture events would you like to see become annual? thread.

One of the great benefits other cities have got from the event has been a legacy of events, companies and venues, which have stood to them in future years.
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