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En.V and Crystal Myth with Biles and Lonelyspeck
Nola's 1st Birthday Beerfest
FELTspace Fundraising Auction 2016
Third Time Lucky
A guide to getting good gifts that do good
Yevu's Summer range is here
'Femme', House of Cards SS16
'The Unsung Female Heroes of Rock' playlist by Gusher magazine
Lossless self-titled debut
An interview with Drew Abrahamson
Format Framing x The Thousands photo comp
Toast your own tasty AF muesli
Perfect smashed avo on toast
Repair your fridge with CD cases
An interview with Georgia Perry
Once And For All: How to sew a button, with Gemma and Sue of Clothes Line Saga
One And For All: How to brew tea, with Farrin Foster
Kiffy Rubbo: Curating the 70’s
Swampland Issue 01
Tait Ischia, 'Copywrong to Copywriter'
Paradise Loft Records
Crown Ruler online store
TUB online store
The Thousands 2016 staff wrap-up
~ The Thousands Horoscopes ~ Sagittarius Season (Nov 22nd to Dec 22nd)
~ The Thousands Horoscopes ~ Scorpio Season Oct 23 to Nov 21
Community Cup 2016
Primitive Calculators with Rule of Thirds and Animal Traps
Sunn O))) and Magma
Bridget Jones's Baby via iMessage
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There are cafes on the water and then there are cafes on the water. Folklore Cafe is one quarter of the latest Renew Adelaide project in Port Adelaide and si...
Abbots and Kinney Cafe
Oh, but that caravan at the Farmers’ Markets in Wayville. You know the one – near the entrance with the miraculously good coffee and the pastries and the chi...
Bagels, man. People are serious about bagels. Fair enough. I mean, have you ever had a bad bagel? Some people think a bad bagel is akin to blasphemy. A patho...
Kinettó Coffee and Kitchen
Stan Mahoney: What would you call this decor? Bauhaus?
Christopher Arblaster: No, Stan.
CA: God no! It’s like, mid-century modern I guess. ...
Colab is a pop-up cafe, coming into our world to do just that - collaborate. Run by a team of local producers in Sad:cafe, Delinquente Wines, new local roast...
Monday's Coffee Store
Monday's is run by Jarrad Sharrock, recently returning to his hometown after spending a few years in Melbourne refining the tricks of the arguably comple...
Hopes and Beans
Hopes and Beans does extremely well for a pun-named cafe. It's one thing to set up a cosy cafe in a needy spot, another to get the right product, and ano...
Hungry Hippo Board Game Cafe
If you are careful not to alienate your friends by being too competitive and all playing nicely together, without board game violence or anarchy (we've a...
With the recent revamp of Electra House on King William Street, the one-time squat turned fancy pub comes equipped with a pretty stunning modern Greek restau...
The idea behind this place is nice: an all-in-one hole-in-the-wall cafe/bar which caters to your morning, lunch and night time crowds. It's small enough ...
Dawn Patrol Coffee Cellar Door
Dawn Patrol is the local roaster set up by Dom and Nick of Sad Cafe. Most recently, a new cafe called Colab was set up to offer a taste of the roasts and to ...
Trouble and Strife
Open during the best hours of the day IMO (night time is for sleeping, that's why it's dark), Trouble and Strife is quaint but not in a forced way, a...
Along the aesthetic lines of contemporary favourites Golden Boy and Gin Long Canteen, Gondola Gondola is a good place for something a bit nicer that your loc...
Folklore Cafe is one quarter of Hart's Collective. It shares the a building called 'The Annex' with three other start-up projects (Mrs Lipstein, ...
I guess we're all a bit weirded out by federal politics right now, and maybe not so much into paying our taxes, but I guess it'd be weird if you were...
Little Green Grocer
Pleasure has no meaning, comfort is death, love is a fleeting mirage. Why do we attribute so much value to temporary solace, decor, sociobiology, dairy, cure...
In my 24 years, I’ve never made a New Year’s resolution, so, perhaps due to my impending quarter century crisis, 2014 seemed like a good time to start. Witho...
Since it’s opening in 2001, the West Beach skate park has been the stomping ground of many of our city’s extreme athletes. Home to Australia’s biggest vertic...
Gin Long Canteen
I have been blessed with a lifetime of South-East Asian food on my plate, at my beck and call. I know it's a blessing, and I can't thank whatever god...
It’s no secret that I nurse an all-consuming sugar addiction. From the depths of another honeycomb milk coma, I muse that I’ll start a band to honour my pred...
The Jade Monkey
Just over ten years ago my boy Jimmy Trash told me about a new place called The Jade Monkey. I was pretending to edit the student newspaper and Jimmy was my ...
I’ve joined the 9-5ers, at least for a bit, and the best things about it (except for y’know, money)? A whole new world of eating options is now laid out bef...
A cup of coffee is a cup of coffee, a seat to sit on and drink it is a seat to sit on and drink it. Am I right? She is definitely not right, you say? I agree...
The Coffee Pot
Everyone says the old Coffee Pot on James Place was a Goth hangout. This is only accurate to the extent that it was obscure, had stained glass windows and wa...
The BlueBee Room
If there's one thing that puts paid to the myth that Adelaide has too many live music venues it's the fact that new ones keep on opening. While mediu...
All my life, I've been waiting for Thai food like my mama makes. No one actually makes food like my mama, as I'm sure no one makes food like your mam...
What I am about to explain to you, you must not take lightly. Candela is a new Latin American hole in the wall on Goodwood Road, just over the tram tracks in...
The Burger Theory guys have a lot to answer for. The fact that every eating strip in town worth parking your butt on now lays claim to a burger joint, as wel...
Nook and Granny
The Adelaide Central Markets are the centre of the world. I aim this statement at those who like food a lot, live in or near Adelaide, enjoy free samples, ol...
Remember hitting up the local milk bar as a kid, and blowing all your pocket money on milky junk? No? Me either. Well, apparently it’s an eastern states thin...
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