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22 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 6,770 views
What I Think When I Think About Dancing: A first attempt

A review by Angela McDonald Booth of an ACArts 3rd Year dance students performance with direction and choreography by Paul Gazzola.

It’s just as well I’m not dancing professionally anymore. I have terrible ball skills. This preview evening for the 3rd year dance students at ACArts began with a reworking of the 2004 piece PROJECT – a work that uses games and play as a means to discuss the choreographic process. As we picked our way across the performance space to our seats, we underwent a transformation from audience to sporting crowd as two teams of dancers competed in familiar tournaments with balls, hackey sacks as well as their physicality alone. Culminating in a very entertaining hybrid display of sporting skill and team work that warmed up dancers and audience alike, this game more importantly asks questions about the nature of performance and choreography…

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20 Jun 2012 | One Comment | 8,521 views
Ivy League gets socially savvy and sale smart!

Ivy League Store is a men’s and women’s fashion boutique, located at Twin Street in the city and at 45 The Parade Norwood. From their achievement of best new men’s retailer in 2010 as awarded by Adelaide Magazine they have made some drastic developments, including the new Twin Street store opening, becoming sponsors of the Adelaide Crows and the acquisition of The Suit Co under the Ivy League name.

Could Ivy League be any cooler? Not only do they have great gear, great staff and a great atmosphere, but they’re also offering a great way for you to end the year by having a once a year storewide 25-50% off sale! The sale starts on the 21st June until the 30th June. Everything in store will be discounted…

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20 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 15,431 views
Noodle Box stores supporting the SIDS and Kids SA Red Nose Day celebrations

South Australia’s Noodle Box stores have joined forces in support of the SIDS and Kids SA Red Nose Day celebrations in Adelaide and throughout the state. All eight Noodle Box stores have rallied together and will donate fifty cents from every regular ‘Singa Box’ purchased to SIDS and Kids SA throughout June.

SIDS and Kids SA is dedicated to saving the lives of babies and children during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood and supporting bereaved families. SIDS and Kids SA works to find answers for parents by supporting vital research into stillbirth, SIDS and safe sleeping practices.

Red Nose Day, on Friday June 29th this year, is the major fundraiser for SIDS and Kids. Funds raised through Red Nose Day activities assist SIDS and Kids in providing vital services and programs.

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15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 7,956 views
The Old Scholar’s Stocktake Sale is on now!

Adelaide-based online fashion retailer The Old Scholar is having its first June Stocktake Sale with 50% off selected items items while stocks last.
There’s free shipping in Australia and, if you’re in Adelaide, delivery can happen within just 3 hours if you order before 2pm! That’s a unique service offered by no other online fashion retailer.
The Old Scholar was launched last October with a vision: to offer those who like to express their individuality a showcase of local designers alongside the best of Australian and international fashion.
   
The Old Scholar aims to be …

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15 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 13,142 views
Books to make a difference for kids at the Cora Barclay Centre

Right through June, you have the opportunity to support the important work of the Cora Barclay Centre in North Adelaide. Just visit Dymocks Adelaide, at 135 Rundle Mall, and purchase a book to donate to the centre’s library.

When you buy a book to donate (at 10% off, courtesy of Dymocks Adelaide) you can also purchase one children’s book for yourself at the same discounted price!

The Cora Barclay Centre provides family centred auditory-verbal therapy for children who are deaf or hearing impaired and wear hearing aids, cochlear implants or other listening devices, and books play an integral role in their program.