A man who plans heists for a living must take his estranged teenage daughter on the run when he’s framed for the death of a crime boss’ son by crooked police.
Browsing: What’s New
Small Bars might be at saturation, but small restaurants are still finding plenty of opportunities with an intimate Spanish affair opening soon on Flinders St.
A thought-provoking thriller that spans the globe, encompassing the issues being faced in many countries with endangered animals and the politics behind it.
A sumptuous coffee table book and a fascinating introduction to the role of French explorers around Australia’s southern coasts in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Based – ‘sort of’ – on a true story, the Stangle brothers advertise on Craigslist for respectable dates to take to their sister’s wedding in Hawaii.
In the province of Ta’Enia, in the realm of Jarum, Dár, a former Knight Protector on the cusp of his 60th year, reflects on a discovery which changed his life.
Azeroth is a peaceful kingdom under threat. To prevent their world from being destroyed, its citizens bring forth their army to defeat the invading orcs.
Biding their time for revenge, an evil alien race is intent on destroying Earth 20 years after their first invasion, and a new war begins to save the planet.
A haunting brings two grieving women together but they both have to exorcise their own ghosts before they can find happiness again and let themselves love.
In 1977, two paranormal researchers investigate a possible child possession only to become the target of the pure evil lurking in the shadows…
Three bounty hunters, known as Killjoys, traverse the quadrant ‘reclaiming’ those who have a warrant against them, but something much darker is brewing.
The Adelaide child cast to play the Von Trapp children has been announced.
An anthology of poems for teachers of years 5-8, easily navigated to peruse poems based on author or to seek insight into enhancing curriculum requirements.
The Adelaide Hills township of Strathalbyn seems an unlikely place to unlock the pleasures of Gin and Tapas, but that’s exactly what new bar Smith is promising to do.
The mystical, comical, mystery adventures of Jack Flanders have spanned more than 40 years as he travels the world and different plains of existence.
Glenelg destination The Organik Store & Cafe have just completed an incredible 4 week turn around on a new Adelaide location which opens today on Pirie Street.
Adelaide can now sit beneath the very heart our shopping precinct and discover some old world charm at Lindes Lane’s The Barlow Room.
For those of us in Adelaide with a sweet tooth, our options are about to get even better, with the arrival of a new dessert mecca early next month.
Sammy J has left his little purple mate, Randy, behind to bring his Songbook to Adelaide for the Cabaret Festival.
Funny man, Frank Woodley is coming to Adelaide with a whodunit with a difference and he’s involving our own Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.