Tonight is STORY Sessions #6!

This is everything you need to know about STORY Sessions #6 tonight: Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that tonight is STORY Sessions #6 with Sean Wisedale, a man who likes to climb rocks… very big, very tall, rocks. Just to recap, tonight might be considered our ‘fanciest’ STORY Sessions yet with the Elizabeth Sneddon Theatre jumping right on board and letting us user their facilities as if it were one of their very own shows. Can I get an, “I say, old chap!”. There’s no overflow in theatres, well, the nice ones like ours, so make sure you get there early to get your FREE...

It’s Top Gear Weekend: All You Need To Know

It’s hard writing for the young and young-at-heart, it means you have to forego heaven-sent punning opportunities like: ‘Get Into Top Gear This Weekend!’ or ‘It’s Top Gear Weekend: Are You Revvy?’.. Oh well, The Mercury can use them for free. Anyway, so this weekend sees the debut of the annual Top Gear Festival in Durban, and we couldn’t be more excited. Here’s what you need to know: ‘Mobile’ Isn’t Just What A Car Makes You You might think that at the top of our information priority list is parking issues, show times and the exact GPS coordinates of the festival’s...

The Story Behind STO...

This is really an important event for any water-loving Durbanite.. or, any Durban-loving person actually. The story of Marine Surf Lifesaving Club, a fixture on our beachfront’s promenade that we have all come to know, is an extraordinary one. Every new STORY Sessions fan, leaves with...

We Were Here, Cell C, BASA present: The Deep End

There is something magical about this city and Luke Pallet and Dave Fisher captured the feeling of being at the Gangs of Ballet EP launch perfectly. One of my favourite videos this year, so far. Watching the first few seconds of the video took me right back to that night. Waiting for people to come, sure that the rain would put them off. Positively certain that Durbanites would live up to their reputation of being fickle and unable to handle any of the elements, except pure sunshine, without whining like a group of school-girls having to crawl through mud on a Spirit of Adventure camp (those chicks used to rash the hemorrhoids right off...

Thomas Krane: God Of...

Oh my, Thomas Krane… I don’t know if I ever did or didn’t, but I remember that over a year a go this Durban band blew me away so much, that I labelled them as the most underrated and best kept secret this city has. I might have swapped ‘city’ for...

A 1000 Verbs: Gangs and Gazelle in the Deep End, P...

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A 1000 Verbs: Gangs and Gazelle in the Deep End, P...

Part 2 coming out tomorrow. As always, two clicks to see the full image. Drop a comment on a photo if it’s you, someone you know or someone you think you might be relatively attracted to… Enjoy.

Sonofold (Nic Olsen)...

We Were Here and Union present Sonofold performing Strange Forgotten Word at Cake or Death on 21st March 2012. Sonofold started as the solo project of Nic Olsen. (Perez, Jimmy 12 inch) The song “Strange Forgotten Word” is off the third album entitled “The Wolf Album”...

Shaun Tomson At Stor...

The lads from Story Sessions are out doing themselves, much like tomorrow’s second installment of Interpret Durban, they’re going bigger and better all the time. Given this weeks focus on the Hurley Pro, and Kelly Slater’s win last night, it seems only fitting that this is...

Glenwood Street Musi...

This sounds insane! I love my little suburb. There’s no coast like the Glenwood-coast. Jusso, we really know how to throw it down real and epic. If you’re looking for something to do in the area tomorrow night, head down to the Street Music Festival in Glenwood. Some of the artists...

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