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Harlem Shake Cape Town: the best videos

The Harlem Shake was an Internet phenomenon that came and went last week, getting hundreds of bored office workers up out of their seats and dancing in a most ridiculous fashion. Check out the best Cape Town ones here.

Cape Town canola fields – Flickr pic of the day

This beautiful photograph of canola fields just outside Cape Town was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Hirohiko Okada aka 1/8 sec. Okada says, “Spring has come! It was a perfect, sunny day and I was driving through the Overberg to Hermanus to watch whales.”

Celebrities at the 2011 J&B Met

Scores of celebrities attended the 2011 J&B Met at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday, January 2011. You can submit your images of the event to the Cape Town. Live it. Love it. Flickr group. Tag your pictures of people “capturesummer2010” and you could stand a chance of winning R10 000 in our Capture Summer Photography Competition.

Music videos filmed in Cape Town

Cape Town has long inspired the arts – either in song, or by capturing the beautiful scenery and inhabitants of the place. In the world of music videos, there is no shortage of examples of the Mother City’s stunning visuals.

Capture Your Cape Town Winners Announced!

Lights, camera, action! The winners of the Capture Your Cape Town photo competition have been announced.

Justin Bieber live in Cape Town: road closures

He’s the BIGGEST thing to hit the Cape Town entertainment scene since Lady Gaga, and he’s sure to have thousands of tweens screaming for all they’re worth ... yes, Mother City lovers, mega pop star Justin Bieber is in town!

#LoveCapeTown Photo Competition: And the winner is…

The #LoveCapeTown Photo Competition winner is Naude Heunis for his photo titled “Our own seventh wonder”.

One-day road trips from Cape Town

Did you know that Cape Town is one of the largest cities in the world in terms of surface area? It exceeds cities like London, Buenos Aires, Moscow, Kuala Lumpur, Rio de Janeiro and many more in sheer size.  Add to space the elements of beauty – the city of Cape Town is situated in the smallest and richest of the world’s six floral kingdoms – and cultural diversity and you are met with a city where inspiration lurks behind every corner, waiting to be discovered. Pack your favourite road trip tracks; whether it is Creedence Clearwater Revival who inspired the theme of this blog or local sounds, a map and let the open road take you where it will.

J&B Met 2012 challenging convention through fashion

As thousands descend on Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday January 28 for the largest annual outdoor social event in Cape Town, some will be looking at more than just the racehorses. In this instance the show ponies on display will be the fashionistas.

J&B Met 2013 Twitter pictures

The 201 J&B Met took place at Kenilworth Racecourse on February 2. See some photos from the event that were posted on Twitter.

J&B Met 2012 attracts creatives, celebrities and cool Capetonians

For anyone interested in horse racing, fashion or socialising, the J&B Met is the one event in South Africa you shouldn’t miss. On Saturday, some 50 000 people made their way to Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town for the 2012 J&B Met, the 35th version of this event.

J&B Met photos: Fashion at its finest

The 2012 J&B Met at Kenilworth Racecourse on Saturday attracted an array of fashion fundis and creative outfits.

Cape Town – then and now

Local photographer and panorama fundi Paul Bruins recently contacted us about a great project he was involved in – recreating a panorama of the Cape Town city centre, as it was captured back in 1884! Here’s Paul’s story.

Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez plan Cape Town wedding

Cape Town is set to host a wedding of royal proportions as Hollywood royalty are rumoured to be tying the knot here later this year. It’s still unconfirmed by the couple themselves but reports have surfaced that Academy Award winner Halle Berry and her fiancé, french actor Olivier Martinez, are set to wed in Cape Town later this year in a lavish ceremony.

Gay and Lesbian Wedding Show in photos

The inaugural Gay and Lesbian Wedding Show at the Grand Daddy Hotel in the City Centre from October 29 to 30 was a resounding pink success. From expert gay wedding planners (Pink Confetti) and stationery extraordinaire (The Fairy Factory) to thrilling honeymoon package providers (White Shark Diving Co) and luxury accommodation providers (Protea Hotel Stellenbosch), there were plenty of wedding service providers ready and able to help engaged same-sex couples plan their special day.

Help hip hop dancers get to world championships!

Release Dance Crew invites all hip hop dancers and anyone who wants to have a good time to a fundraising bash. They need your support so that they can represent South Africa at the World Hip Hop Dance Champs in Las Vegas from July 29 to August 2, 2009 – where the best in the world gather to compete for the world title! The fundraising event will be taking place on July 3, 2009 at Club West End with DJ Reddy D, DJ Azhul and DJ Eazy on the decks. The cover charge is R40 per person and there will also be give-aways and performances on the night.

The best spots in Cape Town to celebrate National Braai Day

Photo courtesy Robert Wallace This Friday is Heritage Day, but just as commonly known as National Braai Day. South Africans all over the country will be stocking up on meat and getting ready to celebrate their heritage with friends, family and some lekker boerewors.

Hout Bay Harbour by night – Flickr pic of the day

This beautiful night-time image of Hout Bay was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Mikey Alex. Mikey says, “I was hanging out with a few friends one night, watching the sunset and drinking mixers.”

In search of South Africa’s top three tourist spots

Boulders Beach, photo courtesy Damien du Toit Google and South African Tourism are on a search for the top three tourist locations in South Africa this summer. The two organisations have come together to bring images of South Africa’s best attractions to the people using Google’s Street View application, which was launched in South Africa on September 1 this year.

Cape Town’s Spectre Spectacles: Legends and Ghost Tours

We’ve shared our top haunted places in Cape Town with you but there are loads more spooky tales and ghostly wails to come out of the Mother City, including one of the ghost of Verlatenbosch (“Bush of the Forsaken”).

Fazielah’s top 3 weekend festive markets

By a show of likes, who of you, like me, have left your Christmas gift shopping to this weekend? No need to fret, my late fellow shoppers, because there are plenty of fabulous markets in festive Cape Town this weekend to ensure that everyone gets a little something from Santa:

Locals show they know Cape Town best with #LoveCapeTown

Cape Town Tourism hosted its first twitter chat on Sunday, July 29, and Capetonians proved that they know their beloved city best, when thousands suggested what the iAmbassador travel bloggers should do while in the Mother City. The chat was to welcome the four renowned international travel bloggers Cape Town Tourism are hosting. The bloggers will explore Cape Town and act as digital spokespersons for Cape Town.

Cape Town makes TripAdvisor’s Top 25 Travelers’ Choice list

TripAdvisor has listed Cape Town as one of its Top 25 Travelers’ Choice World Destinations, as part of its 2013 Travelers’ Choice Destinations Awards.

Clifton Fourth Beach –  Flickr pic of the day

This image of Clifton’s Fourth Beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member and Cape Town resident Warren Rohner, aka Warrenski.

Cape Town Tourism adopts a penguin for World Tourism Day

Jinga, Cape Town Tourism’s adopted African penguin. Photo by Skye Grove Today, September 27, is World Tourism Day and the theme of this year’s celebration is “Tourism and Biodiversity”. African penguins are a familiar sight to Capetonians and visitors to our city alike, but it is alarming to know that the plight of these beloved seabirds is more critical than most of us realise.

A Table Mountain sunset – Flickr pic of the day

This photograph of a beautiful sunset was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Jenny Hallward aka j_hallward.

Fun on Camps Bay Beach – Flickr pic of the day

This photograph of young ladies having fun on the beach was taken by our Cape Town. Live it. Love it. group member Oytun Gural aka oytun2011.

Bree: Cape Town’s hippest street

What’s fast becoming known as the hippest street in Cape Town, Bree Street is where you will find a hive of artisan activity. And if you’re a food lover, there’s plenty to sample here too, from burgers to gourmet pizza, craft beer and cupcakes. As one of the main arteries of the city, this street is building a reputation as the retail, culinary and design centre of the city. Here is a list of just a few of the gems:

Skrillex in Cape Town: Photos and video

After seeing Skrillex live at the West Coast Show Ranch in Cape Town last night, I’m convinced that this 24-year-old is a musical pioneer worthy of all the acclaim and awards he has picked up so far, regardless of what the haters and the critics have to say.

Carols by candlelight attracts thousands to Kirstenbosch

Carols by candlelight, held at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden from Thursday to Sunday, concluded with last night’s gathering of around 6 000 people. There wasn’t an uncovered blade of grass in the concert area, as families, friends and visitors gathered to sing carols, waves candles, and take in views of Devil’s Peak.
 
 

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