Happy Tuesday and welcome back from the long weekend. Hope a good Heritage Day was had by all! In line with celebrating our heritage we bring you a proudly patriotic lifestyle newsletter this week.
On the eating, drinking and making merry side of things, Justin Williams has a tankyard thumping time at the recent Bierfest
in Cape Town, and both the winners of the Diners Club Winelist Awards,
and the nominees of the Eat Out DStv Restaurant Awards
In travel news, Brian Berkman finds out what managing director of Cruises International, George Argyropolous
loves about the cruise life, and enjoys the views at the Drakensberg Sun
situated in World Heritage Wilderness site, The Ukhahlamba Drakensberg Park.
Keeping things proudly SA, Daniel Derksen reviews the Afrikaans film Die Wonderwerker
which showcases top South African creative talent, and Sindy Peters reports back on Greenpop's second birthday bash
which celebrated its recent Trees for Zambia project with a docci and some feel good performances by SA artists at the Assembly.
In theatre news, Eugene Yiga reviews the voyeuristic play Other People's Lives,
and recommends Cape Town Opera's adaptation of Porgy and Bess
We have some super ticket and hamper giveaways
this week; two tickets for Rocking the Daisies and In the City, both featuring Bloc Party, as well as an Example hamper, are all up for grabs.
Happy winning!Ruth Cooper, production manager (@biz_lounge)
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