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http://pumpascher.chaussurespaschere.infoThe magazine now features new sections such as Inbox, a comprehensive look at the latest trends, events, people and entertainment making waves in Adelaide.

Also new is the Postcode section, where each month an Adelaide suburb will be in the spotlight as we unearth its hidden treasures, attractions and colourful characters.

The new-look magazine is still bursting with stylish and up-to-the-minute stories on local interiors, food, wine and fashion, now all presented in a more readable design.

In the March issue, out tomorrow in The Advertiser, discover how to be a winner trackside with great race day fashions.

The March edition also celebrates the 2010 festival season, going behind the scenes to discover what makes our top shows tick.

First up, meet three inspiring performers who have never let their disabilities stand in the way of a remarkable career,Off and racing with a fresh new look.

Sarah Mainwaring was left permanently brain damaged after a car accident at the age of six, yet will entrance audiences with her role in Food Court at the Adelaide Festival.

Inspiring comedian Francesca Martinez was born with cerebral palsy and Circus Oz star Emma J. Hawkins stands just over 1m tall.

Also in the March issue, join an exclusive cocktail party on the banks of the Torrens with Adelaide’s arts elite, chat to Fringe comedian Des Bishop about his battle with testicular cancer and see Adelaide’s top street artists in action.

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