Category: travel

Four weeks of fun – 1

Loopy blues and a cappella muse The return of the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Australia’s biggest, and the world’s second largest arts festival- four weeks of fun. First up for review are two very dissimilar shows: one which uses technology to revamp an old musical form, whilst the other recreates complex orchestration and rhythms with nothing

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Suburbs of Sydney VI: Glebe

Cocktail shakers: the sound of early evening in Sydney’s inner west.   Chatter. Clatter. A vegan platter. Cocktail shaker. Artisanal baker. Light rail. Heart fail. Climbing up to Glebe Point Road. Glebe 2037 is a suburb in Sydney’s inner west about 3 km from the central business district (CBD) to which it almost stretches. A

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(I am) Australia(n) Day

City of Holdfast Bay, Glenelg, Australia Day 2019

Glenelg beach, South Australia, 26 January 2019 In other cities  ‘change the date’ or ‘invasion day’ demonstrations, and counter demonstrations, disrupted this year’s Australia Day celebrations. In Adelaide, as is often the case, it was a completely different vibe. At the City of Holdfast Bay’s citizenship ceremony at Glenelg beach, a quiet revolution was underway

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