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Salt Circle Arcade

Posted on 02 December 2011 by Stefan Blank

Exciting times in Woodstock. The Salt Circle Arcade has opened its doors. The 'mall' is located almost directly opposite the Biscuit Mill and next to the Positive Imaging Print Gallery/Blank Books, just a little further along towards the Salt River traffic circle. There is parking in the back for those busy Saturdays.

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No place for hell or bad karma

Posted on 17 June 2011 by Sybrandus Adema

Woodstockers seem to be religiously religious, judging by the churches, mosques and the old Jewish cemetery, all supplemented by spiritual offerings - tarot cards float about, mphephu is burnt, committed vegans flaunt their tofu offerings and bookshops have no shortage of Eastern-inspired books on the matter. Sybrandus Adema does a roundup of the religious institutions our 'hood has to offer.

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Woodstock Industrial Centre

Posted on 17 June 2011 by Cecile Blake

7 years ago the building was derelict and empty, with no plumbing or electricity, and although its proximity to the city couldn’t be faulted, none of the bigger letting agents were interested in developing it. Today it’s a thriving creative hub, with a trendy coffee shop, an independent bookstore, an events venue and all the studios fully let with 70 tenants and an equal amount on the waiting list.

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