It has been a busy few months working on Wildside TIMES Issue 4…
but we have a new issue of Wildside TIMES at the printers and will hopefully be here by the end of the week. In it, we have a string of very exciting (we feel) articles and look-backs on what has been happening in our awesome village and more.
There is a visual essay on Nexus and the impeccable boats they have been delivering since the fire, with amazing photos by Andrea Paarman.
Sandy Coffey tells us all about StorySlam, where it came from and how it eventually turned into the phenomenon it is in St Francis. If you have yet to attend a StorySlam session then you soon will once you have read this beguiling story.
We had a long chat with Jeff Clause, the CEO of The Links Golf Course, on life, the universe and everything. The Links has a lot going on right now, and with the PGA approaching, it is exciting times. It is a hard-hitting interview and as per usual, Santa did not hold back.
Sam Venter is our new wine columnist and in this opening column, she reveals a number of absolutely delicious wines for under R100, something that so many of us look for and need help with. There are some incredible bargains for less than a blue-note and her writing is fun and informative.
We also look in the rear-view mirror and cast our eyes back on the recent Rip Curl GromSearch Junior surfing tournament that was supported by the Cape St Francis Resort. It was a resounding success on the back of some excellent surf at Seals, and a great time was had by our junior surfers.
Then there is the usual news, reviews, locals stories and some tips on how to survive load-shedding and the forecast on where we think load shedding is going to go in the next few months (it’s going to get a lot worse but at least we have more daylight hours in summer.)
If you want to stock copies in your restaurant, retail outlet, guest house/Airbnb or offices, please drop us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will bring some around for you.
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