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Whether or not you shared Michael Slezak’s enthusiasm for Fergie, or his appalled feelings over toys, or Simon Vozick-Levinson on hip-hop, or Chris Willman on country music and Bruce Springsteen, or Marc Bernardin on sci-fi, or Whitney Pastorek on music festivals and indie film, or Ken Tucker on , and too many others to name.Looking back on my own writing this year, I found myself writing far too many obituaries — we lost too many talented people in 2007, and it’s tough to sum up the life’s work of an artist you admire in two or three paragraphs punched out on deadline — but I also found they led to some of my most passionate, and most warmly received items.It goes on for several seconds before they suddenly release each other and look at each other in horror.The phrase “guilty pleasure” has long outlived its usefulness.Officially, the Liberal Democratrun EBC doesn’t have a view on the matter.
Weeks, along with many other residents, is also angry at the way the development has evolved since it began 20 years ago.
With its sprawl of steel and glass apartment blocks set around a marina, Sovereign Harbour on the eastern fringe of Eastbourne is far removed from the popular perception of parochial English life. Yet, following the results of a referendum of its 7,000 inhabitants on November 4, it could become England’s newest parish because they think it’s the only way to fight the high fees for living there.
Residents have exercised a little known right to petition their local authority, Eastbourne Borough Council (EBC), to set up their own parish council to manage local affairs.
If you really like a song or a movie or a TV show, no matter how cheesy the conventional wisdom says it is, you should feel free to say so without guilt, and to defend your appreciation vigorously.
That’s one reason why I (and, judging by the number of comments, you as well) enjoy reading Mandi Bierly’s Pop Watch Confessional columns.
The document dismisses Weeks’ suggestion that a council would cost residents 50p a week – a sum that, in common with parish councils throughout the country, would be raised via a ‘parish precept’ on the council tax.