Whether single or with partner, there are lots of events happening around town so be sure to get organised now.
American hip-hop superstar Lupe Fiasco has confirmed he will be taking his high energy live show to stages across Australia with dates scheduled in February 2010 in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and a very special show at the Royal Melbourne Zoo as part of Sound Safari.
While all eyes have been on Apple’s iPad, one device that’s well and truly aimed at GenBlog is Sony’s imaginatively named ‘Bloggie’. No, that’s not a joke.
Adelaide United FC can confirm that Coach Aurelio Vidmar is not eligible to be registered as the club’s Head Coach for the AFC Champions League 2010.
The South Australian Weightlifting Association (SAWLA) is holding the SAWLA February Open Competition (also qualifying event for Youth Oceania Championships) later this month.
With nominations up by almost 100 this year, the shortlists for the 2010 Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature are now hot off the press.
Health Minister, John Hill, has launched a new aero-medical retrieval service to get emergency teams out to critically injured and sick children and newborns faster than ever before.
The Hood Sweeney Adelaide 36ers will tonight take on the Townsville Crocodiles in Townsville.
This year’s Adelaide Fringe is just over a week away and to kick start the next month of exciting performances in the City, the Town Hall will host the event’s 50th anniversary tonight.
Working with South Australian agency The Kingdom, the Jetty Road Main Street Board are undertaking a campaign to market the location as a hub for shopping, entertainment and relaxation for both South Australian’s and tourists alike.
The differences between what is public and what is private space are becoming more blurred as social media invokes its power. Any comments made public or private, anonymous or not could quite possibly end up on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as our need for instantaneous communication is fuelled. Just look at the hot water South Australian Premier Mike Rann has got himself into over remarks he made at the Dimitria Greek Festival in November last year.
As the closest competition ever in the National Basketball League draws towards its thrilling climax, some big crowds have been flocking to NBL games in recent weeks, with a season high of almost 7,000 people at a recent Adelaide 36ers home game and the Gold Coast Blaze drawing their second-biggest crowd ever on Friday night.
Transport Minister Patrick Conlon today announced the State Government has awarded a $30 million contract to secure a state-of-the-art smartcard ticketing system for Adelaide’s growing fleet of buses, trains and trams.
So coffee ignites a passion in you? It does with us as well, not to mention thousands of those who cast their vote in the Lexus of Adelaide ‘Best Coffee in Adelaide’ poll. Lexus wanted to know what made a really good coffee and through your facebook votes, came up with the top 5 places to get a great coffee in Adelaide.
For the first time in Australia, the world’s greatest Capoeira experts will appear in a spectacular live stage show.
Go-Go busts out on to the stage at Regent One Theatre full of comedy, song, dance and drama as part of the 2010 Adelaide Fringe.
On-line registrations are now open for the 13th South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival, the largest visual arts festival in Australia.
Adelaide United Youth has been left to ponder how three points escaped their grasp, after drawing 4-4 with Brisbane Roar Youth in their National Youth League match at Hindmarsh Stadium.
On the anniversary of the tragic Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, the SA Government has today announced a $9.4 million funding boost for the State’s volunteer-based Emergency Services.
Watching the Grammys the other night, you couldn’t help but marvel at the cross section of brands on display.