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June 14, 2021

My Adelaide with Eloise Hall

As the co-founder of menstrual health social enterprise Taboo, Eloise Hall tells CityMag she wants to see more support and recognition from government for companies set up to contribute to social causes.

February 25, 2021

My Adelaide with Suzie Keen

It only took one night for InDaily arts editor Suzie Keen to fall in love with Adelaide and its arts scene.

January 31, 2020

My Adelaide with Trent Parke

Trent Parke has become one of Australia’s most lauded photographers. Much of his work has been enabled by living in Adelaide, where there is “space and freedom to dream of ideas."

November 18, 2019

My Adelaide with PixelForce founder Hinney Lo

International-student-turned-permanent-entrepreneur, Hinney Lo founded the South Australian design business that built Kayla Itsines’ multi-million-dollar fitness app and is now helping more bright students stay in Adelaide after graduating.

November 30, 2018

My Adelaide with new(ish) Australian Philippos Ziakas

Arriving in Adelaide as a 12-year-old boy in 2008, Philippos Ziakas, who played Yianni in the State Theatre Company production, Gods of Strangers, has made the most of every opportunity, and extra serves of tzatziki, he can.

November 12, 2018
Assistant to the director of the Art Gallery of South Australia, Lindsay Brookes

My Adelaide with Lindsay Brookes

Working under the past four directors of the Art Gallery of South Australia, including Rhana Devenport, the institution's first female in the role, Lindsay Brookes sheds light on the various characters and circumstances of her career.

July 27, 2018

My Adelaide with Dave Blumberg

As a fixture behind the bar at the Exeter, on stage in myriad bands, and now running his record label – Drongo Tracks – there are few individuals more embedded in Adelaide’s live music scene than Dave Blumberg.

March 13, 2018

My Adelaide with Gill Gordon-Smith

Gill Gordon-Smith’s heart beats red wine, and whether she’s miles high in the sky or making and selling wine just above sea level in McLaren Vale, she’s always found a way to spread her deep love, respect, and knowledge of the vinous craft.