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The Option of Sensing the City

Charles R. Wolfe | Posted 11.11.2014 | Arts
Charles R. Wolfe

Sensing the city is a personal experience owned by each of us. From a legal perspective, it is an urban property right that transcends public and private domains. It is a form of place-decoding that deserves more illustration and attention.

18 Reasons Why Australia Is Travel Heaven

minube | Posted 07.27.2014 | Travel
minube

With it's vast and varied landscapes, unique wildlife, and white-sand beaches, Australia is one of the most interesting continents around.

50 Incredible Travel Destinations to Consider for 2014

Viator | Posted 03.29.2014 | Travel
Viator

No, we don't propose that you visit all 50 in a year -- although, hey, that's an admirable goal -- merely that you take these places into consideration when planning your 2014 travels.

Where to Go in December: 20 Places to Travel Now

Viator | Posted 02.03.2014 | Travel
Viator

With the holiday season under way and Christmas and the New Year just around the corner, December is the perfect time to dust off your passport and celebrate in style.

WATCH: Single Dad With Cancer Gives Son The Ultimate Gift

Posted 09.18.2013 | Divorce

This might just be the most heartwarming thing you see all day. Adelaide resident Sam Arnold is a single dad to an adorable 5-year-old son named Sy...

PHOTOS: Capturing Spring In Australia's Historic Wine Region

Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen | Posted 12.23.2012 | Travel
Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen

At this time of year in the U.S., the sunlight suddenly seems less vibrant, summer fruits give way to root vegetables in farmers markets, and it feels as if the holidays and winter's chill are just around the corner. Don't you wish you could step into a time machine and head back to spring, with the first splash of green and the promise of summer? That's what we've done for the past few winters, while researching our book, "Wines of the Southern Hemisphere," and there really is something special about springtime in the Barossa.

How Theater for Young People Could Save the World

Lauren Gunderson | Posted 05.19.2012 | Arts
Lauren Gunderson

So much of toxicity in this world comes from a collective draining of empathy. We don't understand each other, and we don't want to. But theater forces us to empathize.

"Nasim Nasr's Theatre of Operations," Contemporary Art Centre of SA, Adelaide, Australia

James Scarborough | Posted 04.22.2012 | Arts
James Scarborough

Nasim Nasr sets her video installation "What To Do?" in what could be an operating theatre.

Overcoming Contradictions

Kathy Kelly | Posted 01.16.2012 | World
Kathy Kelly

The 72 percent of Australians who no longer want Australian troops to participate in the U.S./NATO war in Afghanistan will have to work very hard to be heard by their leaders.

Adelaide: A New World Filled With New Words, Customs & Animals

Ellen Sterling | Posted 09.04.2011 | Travel
Ellen Sterling

I've always believed that when we travel to new places our minds seek out the strange and weigh it against the familiar. To me, this is an automatic reflex. Subtleties come later. Naturally, this is what I began to do when I arrived in Adelaide

Adelaide, South Australia: Much To Offer, Too Seldom Visited

Ellen Sterling | Posted 08.30.2011 | Travel
Ellen Sterling

That Adelaide was freely settled is a point of great pride for its citizens. This was a city built by people who wanted to be there, not by convicts who didn't, like Sydney or Melbourne.

Chic Trek: Adelaide, South Australia (VIDEO)

Shana Ting Lipton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel
Shana Ting Lipton

I visited the charming and multifaceted city of Adelaide in South Australia for the first time last week. It's actually Australia's cultural capital -- in more ways than one -- from Edwardian architecture to a hopping urban arts scene.

Quad Cinema on 13th Street Screens "Adelaide" and "Punching the Clown"

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders | Posted 05.25.2011 | New York
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

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Wrongly Accused Mother Renews Plea To Name Dingo As Baby's Killer

AP | TANALEE SMITH | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

ADELAIDE, Australia — The mother wrongly convicted of murdering her infant after the baby infamously disappeared in the Australian Outback 30 ye...

'Gay Dog' Refused Entry To Australian Restaurant

Huffington Post | Adam Taylor | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

An Australian restaurant has been forced to apologize and pay compensation after refusing to let a blind man enter because they thought his dog was ga...

School Moves Up From Basement to High Rise

Tremont Tribune. | Tremont Tribune | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
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Heat Wave Hits Australia As Morgue Overflows

The Australian | Georgina Safe, Fashion Editor | | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

ADELAIDE has run out of space at the morgue as the city's killer heatwave drags on, forcing authorities to store corpses in a refrigerated freight con...