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Festive sounds

With a variety of outdoor music performances happening across the city leading up to Christmas, you’re likely to hear everything from classic carols to contemporary tunes all in one day. But what’s playing through the...

MLC Building (c. 1968)

The beauty in buildings

In the first of a short series of articles showcasing some of the significant examples of 20th Century architecture in the CBD and North Adelaide, Meagan Cox (City of Adelaide’s Project Consultant – Heritage)...

Giving back

Christmas is traditionally a time to stop, reflect and, where you can, give back. It may be volunteering, buying an extra gift for a stranger or forgoing a little luxury like a morning coffee to make someone else’s day...

Menorah

A season for all

As a culturally diverse community, Christmas is just one of several significant events recognised in Adelaide in December. Discover a little about two other cultural festivals occurring and how some locals will...

Smart eating for healthy ageing

Ever stop to think about how today’s lunch might affect you in 20 or 30 years? It’s probably not something most of us would consider, but leading Australian nutritionist and acclaimed author Ngaire Hobbins wants...

City Library

Library locals – meet a few of our team

There’s a good reason why over 320,000 people have already visited Adelaide’s three City Libraries this year and that’s because they’re all incredible creative places – designed to inspire, connect and set your...

East End fashion-ation

There’s the ease of online clothes shopping and then there’s all the benefits of getting up close and personal with the products: appreciating the vibrancy of hand-printed silks, experiencing the fluidity of how a piece...

One Culture Football

Kicking goals for friendship, fitness and fun

It’s often referred to as ‘the world game’, and in the case of One Culture Football, this is particularly apt. Offering an opportunity for young people of diverse cultures and backgrounds to make meaningful connections...

Michael and Kenneth De Boo in the Whitmore Square Community Verge Garden

City gardens: small and shared

Since moving out of the suburbs three years ago, CBD residents Kenneth and Michael De Boo have been loving every minute of their city life and the chance to introduce more greenery to Adelaide’s south-west. Have you...

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