Issue #486 of The Adelaide Review is on the streets, featuring a rich spread of arts, politics, food and culture from around South Australia.
In the issue:
-Jane Llewellyn gets a taste of Billie Justice Thomson’s colourful world of kitsch nostalgia
– Julia Gillard explains how interviewing leaders like Hillary Clinton, Jacinda Ardern and Theresa May helped frame her own experiences of gender and power
– Alexis Buxton-Collins reviews west end laundromat turned wine bar Leigh Street Wine Room
– Andrew P Street speaks to new Music SA head Kim Roberts about the challenges of restarting the city’s live music scene
– Gemma Beale examines how the state government’s recent public transport reform found itself on a road to nowhere.
Our annual SALA Festival feature, Peter Monteath on iconoclasm, Makeda Duong’s Mixed Race Sweater, how Australia’s oldest mosque has been adapting to COVID-19, and more.
Find all these stories and more in our August print edition, or read them online here.