Online gigs are great, because I could eat Cheezels and dye my hair while I watched Kit. But online gigs are also lacking because she couldn’t hear us cheering, our photographers couldn’t take awesome gig photos and I couldn’t meet up with all my music loving friends.
Month: April 2020
Dr. Dre’s iconic and ground-breaking debut album The Chronic will be available on all digital service providers on April 20 (420) through eOne.
Chairperson of Magabala Books, retired schoolteacher and current home schooler of her three grandchildren, Edie Wright’s suggestions celebrate the talent and diversity of First Nations voices and introduces young readers to a range of cultures, languages and traditions from across Australia.
We train our bodies for physical strength, but we tend to neglect the fitness of our minds, which is the topic of debut book The Mindset Fitness Workout: Be fit for success without burning out by Luisa Wing.
These interactive live-streamed events will teach young stargazers (as well as curious kids stuck at home) all about the universe as Lisa reads from her children’s book Under the Stars: Astrophysics for Bedtime and answers kid’s questions.
Many people are looking for entertainment and stimulation during this time, and we want to help our by offering a few prize packs to our readers.
Artists of all genres are being encouraged to register video content as a Fringe event, in an impressive online pilot platform called Adelaide FringeVIEW.
The Adelaide Central Market has launched a pre-order and collect drive-through service that will supplement a range of purchase options being offered by a number of traders, including home delivery, in-store takeaway and pre-orders by email and phone, so customers can shop their essentials during COVID-19.
Street Science has committed to run classes through the school holidays and will be offering new programs in time for next term’s school calendar.