Music Saturday, Aug 11

Alan Rickets (trad) 2pm-5pm, O’Reilly’s Children of Eve (farewell show) Junctions DJ Mickey T, Lottie’s DJ Lex, Junctions Fergus O’Byrne (trad) 10pm-11:15pm, O’Reilly’s Kenobi, 11pm, $5, Distortion Matinee w/ Sticks & Stones (weather permitting), George Street Beer Market Miss Conduct, Club One Residents Rock the House: House & electro w/ DJs Moxy (11pm), Leo Van […]

1 August 2007

  1. Jason · August 1, 2007

    I live in the east end and have noticed the smell several times.. even as far as Howley estates. We pay enough in municipal taxes that the smell is inexcusable.

  2. wingophone · August 1, 2007

    @thescopeNL Still better than springtime in the Goulds. Liquified chicken manure, blech!

  3. Brad · August 1, 2007

    I pity those on the South side, but not the east end. Unlike the southsiders, you bought a house near a DUMP. These are the same people who would buy a house near a river and complain about water in their basement, call a public meeting over the smell from an established farm they build a McMansion next to, and call for action on “bear problems” after building in the woods.

    You want to do something about the smell? Move away from the dump you bought a house next to.

  4. James · August 1, 2007

    The smell is a recent development since the development of the new dump site. Some of us have lived in the East End since long before this problem existed.

  5. JayVie · August 1, 2007

    Ahhh…. the smell of a new dump! what the city should be spending money on is moving forward with a recycling and compost program. less garbage, less landfill, less need for a dump, less smell, happier environment and happier citizens.