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Wednesday 2 November 2011
Music

festival review: womad earth station, belair national park, 21 – 23 october 2011

Britt Chatburn
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Put on your hemp hat and take off your shoes – Womad Earth Station Festival is here! After almost twenty years of festivals in the Adelaide CBD, this year Adelaide Wo-goers were treated to a three-day camping style festival in peaceful Belair National Park.  Those old enough may remember a pre-election letter mailed out in…
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Friday 1 July 2011
Music

interview: spoz

Dunja Kay
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When Adelaide residents say, ‘everyone knows everyone in Adelaide’, it’s not quite meant in a literal sense. It’s pretty easy to get around the city (so no one bothers travelling more than 15 minutes in any direction), people choose their universities according to convenience of location (so you end up clustered with your high school…
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Wednesday 29 June 2011
Featured Opinion

empowerment by default

Serrin Prior
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I recently attended the first meeting of the South Australian Feminist Collective, formed after Adelaide’s ‘Slutwalk’ took place. Just under twenty-five people attended, with four of this number being men (and I say this in the strictly biological sense of the word, as one of the men identified as gender-neutral). Being the first gathering of…
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Thursday 6 January 2011
Music

live music review: earthless, bronze chariot, lady strangelove, two suns

Dunja Kay
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As a frequent patron of the Ed Castle, I know what kind of crowd it usually attracts. What’s evidenced by just about every person in the band room on January 2nd 2010, however, is that they are not here for the Ed Castle. They are here because tonight, they are going to be wherever Earthless…
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