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February 18, 2019

CityMag’s Festival 50

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

January 24, 2019

Aboriginal lives matter most on Australia Day

Over an hour-long interview, AGSA curator Nici Cumpston gently and eloquently debunks our publisher’s prejudices and preconceptions about the John Mawurndjul exhibition and the great many things we have to celebrate about Aboriginal culture.

April 17, 2018

The rise of Dogboy Knives

Infiltrating cheese boards and professional kitchens throughout Adelaide and beyond, Dogboy Knives is the handcrafted passion project of full-time veterinarian, Richard Cooper.

January 16, 2017

My Adelaide with Karl Winda Telfer

An artist, educator, community leader and cultural bearer, Karl Winda Telfer is spiritually drawn to sharing the knowledge of Adelaide’s first living culture and sees Tarndanyangga as the perfect place to start the conversation.

April 30, 2015

Real Australians Say Welcome

Adelaide street artist Peter Drew has been inspiring spin-off artworks and attracting attention from Russian news networks with his latest project, which tackles the issue of how Australia treats refugees.

January 15, 2015

An introduction to MicroNations

Dr YaYa - President of the soon-to-be-established autonomous state (and arts club) Surrender, explains that MicroNations offer hope even while the slow hollowing-out of Australia’s soul brings us grief.

October 1, 2014

One on one: Michael Noack

Michael Noack is likely the only Adelaide City Council election candidate who is going to announce, without hesitation, that we should legalise medicinal marijuana.

August 28, 2014

On your bike

Seeing the sun in Spring can give you the jolt of energy you need to get on your bike and ride! However, finding the sort of attire that suits a steep hill climb as well as a glass of wine demands a little strategy.