With so many of us staying home and left with very little to do, On the Record contributor, Emily Schinella, has put together a guide to some of the best true crime podcasts that can provide a little escapism. Continue reading Five binge-worthy true crime podcasts
Some of Adelaide’s young burlesque beauties are back — more dazzling, glamorous and empowering than ever after two sell-out Adelaide Fringe seasons. Continue reading Local dancers are bringing glitz, glam and female empowerment to this year’s Fringe Festival
UniSA’s Museum of Discovery has launched a new podcast series exploring what Australia’s future could look like to accompany its current Seven Siblings of the Future exhibition. Continue reading MODCast season two imagines what Australia looks like in 2050
Fringe season doesn’t have to cost the world and this guide, catered to the savvy student, proves just that. Continue reading Fringe for free: The 10 best Adelaide Fringe events that cost absolutely nothing
The Royal Croquet Club is back for another year of live music, food, art and shows. RCC is kicking things off tonight, Friday 14 February at 5pm Continue reading RCC returns tonight for another season of revelling
The festival state is living up to its name this season, offering up an array of festivals around South Australia (SA) this spring. Continue reading Top ten springtime festivities in Adelaide: Live music, fried chicken, lederhosen, drag queens and more
Since the release of his first film, Reservoir Dogs, in 1992, Quentin Tarantino’s nine movies have grossed over $1.6 billion worldwide.
There is nothing quite like curling up with a good book to while away the hours, allowing the author to guide you through the pages as you lose yourself in the story.
The next generation of Adelaide artists have arrived, and their future looks promising. Continue reading Adelaide, the city of young artists
Many say this generation of young adults are reverting to the ’60s and ’70s in their choice of music, but are we heading back in time with how we party on a Saturday night? Continue reading Is live music in Adelaide dying out?