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Weekly Auction Watch 17th June 2015

The very first distillery ‘rank’ for collectors/investors was the quarter one 2010 premier of the, as was, Whisky Highland Index. It looked like this – not great but it did the job! 733 more words

Andy Simpson

Battlefields: An exhibition of blood and ghosts that cries for balance

South Africa’s landscape is layered with history and filled with residues – even dried reservoirs – of great masses of blood spilled in battle – as is virtually every other place in the world that has been lost and gained, caught in tussles and fought over. 442 more words

Robyn Sassen

Dare to be Different- Chace Dance Co!

Interested in Chace Dance Company? Here is the scoop on SA’s daring dance troupe.

*Chace Dance Company was formed in 2013 by Tamra Chace in Rosebank to “create a forum where dancers could explore and be challenged, and be created on.” Chace says. 183 more words


Rosebank 10yo 1992/2002 (46%, Murray McDavid, Bourbon Cask, MM1413)

Long time no Rosebank. It has been a long time since I reviewed a 1990 Rosebank, bottled by indie giants Gordon & MacPhail. That one was pretty good, it scored a healthy 88 points. 488 more words

Single Malt

Nino's Rosebank

Monday night dinner, kept it simple and healthy. Stopped by Nino’s in Rosebank and as usual it lived up to it’s standards of simple, good, tasty food. 67 more words


Lego art - not just child's play

The Art of the Brick Lego Exhibition by Nathan Sawaya is on at the Rosebank Zone at the moment. We went last night and I was blown away by what this man has managed to put together using only lego bricks. 442 more words


1900: The Goats That Goaded the Fox Hill Golfers on Staten Island

Staten Island once was home to more than a dozen golf courses. The first was Harbor Hill, which opened in 1878 and was bounded by Brighton, Lafayette, and Prospect Avenue in New Brighton. 1,011 more words

New York History