South Australia has scored three gongs in the first national Good Food Guide Awards, including regional wine list of the year for Hills bar and restaurant The Summertown Aristologist and the service excellence award for Africola’s Nikki Friedli.
‘Queen of the sitar’ Anoushka Shankar, Mali desert blues group Tinariwen, US saxophonist Kamasi Washington, and Australian acts The Avalanches and Dan Sultan are among the 18 artists in WOMADelaide’s first line-up announcement for 2018.
The owners of award-winning French restaurant La Provence have decided to sell their original eatery at Willunga to focus fully on the Adelaide business, with plans to introduce regular regional-themed dinners from later this month.
Warwick Thornton's period western Sweet Country is a shocking film that is, at times, difficult to watch. But as the director told its Australian premiere in Adelaide, it is a story that needs to be told.
Bewitching and bewildering, The Dark Inn transports audiences to a mysterious, remote Japanese bath house whose daily rhythms are disrupted by the arrival of two strangers.
SA food business Something Wild Australia is releasing a Karkalla Kimchi and has been awarded a $200,000 grant to further research, harvest and develop the native green also known as pig face.