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Jan 22, 2018
Commerce

Small Business Survey: Hairdressers

Hairdressers are the original small business, but a re-invention of the industry has brought a fresh approach to the art of cutting old protein off heads in Adelaide.

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Jan 19, 2018
Habits

Born in to the business

Gouger Street’s delicious reputation was built by the skill and determination of first generation migrants who became entrepreneurs. But as those owners grow old and the next generation come to the fore, some of Chinatown’s greatest institutions are under threat.

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Jan 17, 2018
Culture

Memorial: The magnitude of loss

When Brink Productions’ 'Memorial' premieres at the 2018 Adelaide Festival it will stand in explicit acknowledgement of the Centenary of Armistice Day and as implicit elegy to all of humanity – eulogising what we are, what we were, and what we never will be.

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Habits

Jan 12, 2018
Material Culture

You Feelin’ Me?

Analogue sound unpicks time - its creation and consumption capable of giving a moment existence beyond itself.

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Commerce

Jan 15, 2018
Graphic identity

From pilgrimage to page

Expressing the many sensations of six months spent cycling along the South Australian coast line - from saddle sores to soaring beauty - seems like an impossible ask from a print publication, but Che Chorley and Voice design may well have done it.

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Dec 25, 2017
Adelaide to the world

More than reality

A natural curiosity led brothers Anton and Carlo Andreacchio into the world of virtual reality, and now their exploration of the burgeoning technology is beginning to transform into a thriving national business.

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Culture

Jan 3, 2018
Opinion

Good habits

The allure of the new in Adelaide's constantly evolving food and booze scene is strong, but Africola manager Nikki Friedli argues there’s just as much value in becoming a regular punter at an old favourite.

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Dec 22, 2017
How

How to be a talkback DJ with Dom Rinaldo

The world of commercial radio is sometimes full of floor tile commercials, but for Cruise 1323’s Dom Rinaldo it is also always full of a strong sense of community.

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Dec 20, 2017
Countdown

Summer listening

When time is on your hands, put something of quality in your ears - for example, these CityMag approved albums, podcasts and playlists.

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