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Feb 18, 2019
Culture

CityMag’s Festival 50

A guide to the abundant Adelaide festival season, because there's literally too much to choose from.

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Latest News

Feb 15, 2019
Culture

A very simple but effective trick

The smash-hit art installation, House of Mirrors, that debuted at Dark Mofo in Tasmania, is open for your gawking in the Garden of Unearthly Delights this Fringe.

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Feb 15, 2019
Culture

Alex Rossi has your late night party down pat

He's played with George Clinton and Parliament, and when he was 19 he got to play Prince's guitar at a house party. Alex Rossi is bringing the Minneapolis Sound to Adelaide with a bunch of guest acts to rock the Garden of Unearthly Delights every weekend.

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Habits

Feb 13, 2019
Plate and Cup

The return of Tiger Mountain

The Exeter lean-to food stall fronted by Mark Kamleh, Tiger Mountain, returns for Fringe 2019 with chefs drafted from Udaberri, Lucia’s and Down the Road.

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Commerce

Feb 4, 2019
Commerce

Hey Robyn Agius, how’d you get that dream job?

CityMag sat for a quick chat with interior designer Robyn Agius to hear about her role as residential and commercial stylist at Living By Design and her take on the Adelaide Aesthetic.

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Jan 14, 2019
— The Design Issue

Cultured Export: The Yoghurt Shop goes global

In its 15-year history, The Yoghurt Shop has gone from third party retailer to owning its own production, wholesaling and distributing its South Australian wares interstate and throughout Asia.

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Jan 11, 2019
— The Design Issue

Konnichiwa Kintaro

Kintaro Sushi – at the corner of Leigh and Hindley Streets – is an aesthetic revelation, seemingly popping up overnight it revealed both a brand new place to eat delicious, delicious sushi and a design agency we had never encountered before.

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Culture

Feb 15, 2019
Coming Soon

Love, loss, and LIFE – the show

Strut & Fret, the team behind LIMBO and BLANC de BLANC are bringing a brand new circus spectacular to the Adelaide Fringe at the Garden of Unearthly Delights.

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Feb 11, 2019
Opinion

Hard Enough?

Filmmaker James "Jimmy Trash" Cameron has made a film about Australia in the '80s through the lens of the petrol, steel, rubber and dirt of Speedway. Jimmy argues Australia needs greater self-reflection as a nation, to celebrate our icons and also our ingrates.

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