Singer/songwriter and Australian 90s pop icon Rick Price played an intimate set for a small but appreciative crowd at one of Adelaide’s most beautiful, yet underused venues.
One of the most surprising films this year, A Long Way Down follows the story of four unlikely characters […]
Halloween provided a good excuse to gather four local rock acts on the same bill last Friday at the Worldsend on Hindley Street.
All from different villages in Africa, the young men tell completely different stories about their journey from Africa to Australia seven years ago; they have had varied upbringings, all are focussed on different futures, yet they all share the same drive to succeed in education.
Kristie Bartsch is one of the many participants in the Barossa Relay for Life event with her team ‘Leigh’s Army’, which was formed to commemorate her late brother.
At West Terrace Cemetery 30 October at 6.30pm, an evening of the uncanny and unnerving will take place, getting a head start on Halloween
He’s living in Nashville these days but singer songwriter Rick Price still calls Australia home and is touring the country for the next fortnight.
The revamped Adelaide Oval was christened in spectacular fashion last night, with The Rolling Stones giving the audience a master-class in blues rock and old fashioned showmanship.
Imagine an app that replaces your scuba diving logbook, lets you look up data on exotic fish, allows you to find, rate and share great dive sites, and is completely free.
On October 31, Surviving Sharks, Across the Atlas, Dirt Playground and Slick Arnold will play Halloween Horror Rock at the Worldsend Hotel.