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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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September 5, 2019

Meet the power-brokers of the New Adelaide

In our work as journalists, we have the privilege of meeting and reporting on citizens who possess the power and agency to influence the future of Adelaide. We've collated an A-Z of power-brokers from our contact books, edited to a list of 20 that we believe will help shape the New Adelaide.

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February 21, 2019

How blockchain could help digitise the SA Museum’s collection

The SA Museum, in partnership with Civic Ledger, has been named as a finalist in the State Government’s Blockchain Innovation Challenge. To figure out how the technology works, we’ve revisited a conversation with Civic Ledger co-founder Katrina Donaghy from last year.

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February 4, 2019

How to play a million-dollar violin

As the most recent custodian of The Adelaide - a 266-year-old violin purchased by South Australia in 1955 - ASO concertmaster Natsuko Yoshimoto has the state's history at her fingertips.

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November 12, 2018

Unsound Adelaide drops second lineup announcement

Nicolás Jaar, Bliss Signal, and DJ Lag, the self-proclaimed king of Gqom - a genre of club music sprouting out of Durban, South Africa - have joined the stacked 2018 Unsound Adelaide lineup.

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September 27, 2018

The Ed Castle debacle proves politicians must step up

We had a few beers to commiserate with the Ed Castle's publican Tony Bond on the closure of his business. We then came up with a plan to ensure what happened to Red Door Bakery and his pub never happens again.

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