Win tickets to circus cabaret

A multi-cultural circus cabaret extravaganza, Trash Cabaret, which features artists and performers from around the world, will be at Hillcrest Quarry in Durbanville,...

Skating on thin ice

Valerie Smith, GardensThe car park behind the Sea Point civic centre has always been a car park but now, according to the sign, it...

Skaters

Barbara Mossdorf, Sea Point I refer to the article “Skateboard signs erected” (Atlantic Sun, April 28). The directions guiding the flow of traffic...

Read of the Week

Year Of The TurnipJohn Dobson Mercury Review: Brian Joss I had some sympathy for Jason Brydon, aka the Jasonator, when he made his debut in the Year...

Love your hood

Paige Nick, Green Point Did you know that more than three hundred and something events take place in Green Point every year? Nope, I...

Keep the culture alive

MATTHEW HIRSCH The Jewish Literary Festival, the first of its kind in the country, will be taking place in Cape Town later this month. Event...

Hotstix on the Promenade

* Atlantic Sun reader Martin Myers was walking along the Sea Point Promenade on Monday April 25 when he came across...

Gym foots medical bill after patron injured

It’s not often that companies will accept liability if you injure yourself on their premises but Planet Fitness didn’t put up much of an...

Community rallies around granny’s cause

MATTHEW HIRSCH There seems to be hope on the horizon for a pensioner living in a derelict council-owned house in Bo-Kaap. Latiefa Fagodien’s story went...

City’s port awash with opportunity

CARL COLLISON Th e Cape Town Port Festival was initiated to expose Capetonians to the activities of the port and the opportunities that exist...