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March 25, 2020

How to stay sane and entertained at home in Adelaide during COVID-19

Being socially distanced doesn't mean being completely isolated from society. There are businesses, arts groups and institutions offering cultural and community connection through the world wide web - from virtual gallery tours, free morning yoga sessions to local livestreamed gigs.

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October 13, 2017

My Adelaide with Grant Nowell

Grant Nowell came to Adelaide as a photojournalist in the late ‘80s and has been chronicling the city ever since. He’s seen Adelaide evolve in granular detail - and some of that detail now lines the walls of his son Andy’s restaurant, Sunny’s.

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February 29, 2016

My Adelaide with Heather Croall

It has been running for more than half a century, but no two Adelaide Fringes are the same. For her first Fringe as Director and CEO, Heather Croall is making the city more a part of the festival than ever before.

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February 14, 2020

Eight: Virtual and emotional

By eschewing aesthetic realism in favour of emotional resonance for his immersive project Eight, Michel van der Aa may be among the first in the world to find an effective artistic language within virtual reality.

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May 4, 2018

Everybody loves good neighbours

Saskia Scott and Galen Cuthbertson knew that moving into a little lane in North Adelaide would bring them closer to work and the city, but they didn’t know it would also bring them closer to a sense of community.

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November 6, 2017

Creating a cohesive riverbank

As the pieces of Adelaide Riverbank start to fall into place, Renewal SA and the Riverbank Authority have taken on the job of creating an all-encompassing identity for this diverse precinct.

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