Local artist and regular contributor to The Adelaide Review, Leo Greenfield will exhibit his illustrations of those who make our city tick for SALA Festival this August. Explore our full Event Guide to find out what else is happening all over town: bit.ly/2uyhsTN
"Our fit-out has shown what is possible to our clients and suppliers." Having worked on a range of high profile projects, including Adelaide Oval, Walter Brooke and Associates turned their design prowess to their very own studio.
“More people are hiring private chefs as there is more of a culture around food now than for, say, my parents’ generation.” Private chef and caterer Billy Dohnt chats about why people are bringing professional chefs into their homes more than ever.
“It uses all the scraps and the pieces left over. It has so much memory and history attached to it.” Sarah Contos' Ramsay Art Prize-winning work at Art Gallery of South Australia marks the end of an eclectic era for her work.
We are less than two months away from GraceFest 2017! Who's ready for an incredible time of music and ministry with Matthew West, Big Daddy Weave, We Are Messengers, Micah Tyler, and For All Seasons?! Tickets & Event Info: http://transparentproductions.com/events/gracefest-palmdale
💥JUST ANNOUNCED💥 Quinn XCII at Mainstage Morgantown in Morgantown, WV on Oct. 18! Tickets on sale to the general public July 20 at 10AM! RSVP to the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/151653952055037
>>TICKETS ON SALE JULY 20 @ 10AM: http://mainstagewv.tunestub.com/event.cfm?cart&id=265826 Prime Social Group & Mainstage Morgantown present... QUINN XCII ============================= Mainstage in Morgantown, WV ============================= Wednesday, October 18 // 9:00PM Doors // 18+ ============================= PrimeSocial.com >>>MUSIC: https://soundcloud.com/felixcartal ABOUT THE ARTIST Detroit singer/songwriter Quinn XCII is coming into 2017 with a breakout year for the newcomer. With his ability to seamlessly blur the lines between electronic pop, hip-hop, and soul music, he has quickly paved his own lane with his unique sound. An early mixtape release turned heads, but it was his debut EP Change of Scenery, released in 2015, that put Quinn XCII on the map, connecting with the blogosphere and snaring millions of online streams. His next single “Stung” went to #1 on Hype Machine, and a follow-up EP release, Bloom, cemented his ability to meld styles and write about more varied subject matter. Next it was his featured vocals on “Kings of Summer”, a collaboration with longtime friend and producer ayokay (with whom he also exclusively worked with on his first two EPs), that started to bring him to the mainstream. The song became the sleeper summer hit of 2016, reaching #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral Charts, #1 on HypeMachine, accumulating over 40 million plays on Spotify, and getting regular spins at Top 40 radio around the country. Quinn XCII’s breakthrough Spring and Fall tours have garnered the singer/songwriter raves for his versatile performing style. With over 70 shows across the country under his belt in 2016, including Billboard’s Hot 100 Festival in Long Island NY, he has become known by fans for his live show. His energy and personality translate naturally during his performance, making even the festival-sized crowds feel like intimate shows. With expectations for his new single “Straightjacket” running high, other producer/artist collaborations in the pipeline (he’s been involved in writing sessions for a host of other artists, recently), and a debut album on the horizon for next year, Quinn XCII’s rising star seems poised to elevate. =============================== GET INVOLVED: Want to get involved with PSG? Join the team by visiting http://primesocial.com/get-involved/ ===============================
❓Interested in Nightlife Photography❓ We are looking for college aged interns in COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI who want to fine tune their skills in photography and video! Send a link to your portfolio to: [email protected] Thanks for these shots, Kenneth Herron!
"If you give a manager a glowing endorsement of a dud, they treat the dud as if they’re great: give them a corner office, full colour photocopier privileges, make them leader of the free world." Dr Jessica Paterson (humorously) explains just how the Pygmalion effect works, and why you're not immune.
This Tuesday, you deserve a Weekend. Come snuggle with Russell, Glen and the tenderest of two night romances. Part of our Criminal Acts season celebrating 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. #DiscoverTuesdays
"What’s in store for this season? We will continue to have you, the reader and enthusiastic tippler, at the front of mind." Peter Dredge and Mark Reginato spell out their plans for the next few years of Hot 100 Wines, and we reveal the full list of judges for this year's competition.
"This research highlights the importance, in the transition to low-energy and low-carbon homes, of not forgetting the people themselves." Low-energy homes improve more than just your bank balance, research from University of South Australia and RMIT suggests.
💥JUST ANNOUNCED💥 Galantis at The Pavilion at Pan Am in Indianapolis, IN on November 12! Pre-sale tickets are available on Wednesday, July 19 at noon EST. Register to get your exclusive pre-sale code at www.wearegalantis.com Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, July 21 at noon EST.
Should You Get Time Off From Work After a Break Up? If someone DUMPS you, it's almost impossible to concentrate on anything else . . . because all of your focus is on how you're definitely going to die alone, right? That means you're probably useless at work . . . and at least one company realizes that. An ad agency called IdeaXMachina in Pasig City in the Philippines just started offering "break up leave" . . . which is paid time off after you get dumped. The CEO says that they decided to start the policy because they need their staff to have maximum creativity . . . and that's just not possible after a break up. They've also added new policies where they'll give their staff $30 toward DATES up to six times a year . . . and they'll kick in $3,000 toward employees' weddings. As far as we know, there aren't any companies over here that have perks like those.
Ten people were thrown from a boat Saturday, but the boat kept going causing even more injuries and property damage. Dominique Effinger, 20, was operating a 21 ft. Correct Craft Ski Nautique on Lake Gage when the boat cut into a violent turn, throwing all 10 occupants into the water around 7:15 p.m., according to conservation officers. Four of the ten were considered serious or near-fatal injuries. Two were flown to Parkview with injuries including a skull fracture and a partial lower arm amputation. No word on their condition Sunday. The boat continued pushing forward around 30 m.p.h. even after it was unmanned. Conservation officers warned residents on-shore to move their docked boats and clear the area as the unmanned boat circled closer to boats and docks with each pass. Conservation Ofc. Jake Carlisle was able to throw a rope from his own patrol boat to entangle the propeller of the runaway boat. It eventually struck a dock, then spun back to hit Carlilse's patrol boat. The entangled rope slowed the runaway boat enough that Carlile was able to use a nearby personal watercraft to jump onto the runaway boat and stop it.
Five Random Facts For Monday From The Smiley Morning Show: 1. The word "Ouija" is trademarked by Hasbro. 2. With inflation, the value of a dollar is almost exactly HALF what it was in 1989. In other words, it takes $200 today to buy what it cost $100 to buy back then. 3. Terrell Owens is the only player in NFL history who scored a touchdown against all 32 teams. In fact, he scored at least two touchdowns against all of them during his career as a wide receiver with five different teams. 4. The first five home products that used electricity were the sewing machine, the fan, the tea kettle, the toaster . . . and the vibrating adult love toy. 5. It's illegal in France to name a pig "Napoleon."
Vibrant purples and greens danced above the earth shortly before sunrise in South Dakota Sunday morning. The sky spectacle comes courtesy of a solar flare. It released a wave of charged particles, known as a coronal mass ejection. When those particles get caught up in the earth's magnetic field, they interact with molecules of atmospheric gases to light up the sky in bright colors. The sky show continues tonight. People living in Montana, the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, northern Illinois, Michigan, northern New York state and much of New England have the best chance of seeing the northern lights as long as you're away from city lights.
An American Airlines Flight Was Just Grounded Over a Passenger's Terrible Flatulence You KNOW it's time to change your diet when your flatulence is bad enough to take down a PLANE. An American Airlines flight was grounded yesterday afternoon at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in North Carolina after one passenger's gas was SO BAD that other people on the flight were getting NAUSEA and headaches. Yes, really. We don't have any other details, like where the flight was from or where it was supposed to be going, and I'm betting the guy who was stinking up the place hopes more info NEVER comes out.