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Morning
Understanding Diabetes
7.30 am Celebrating the World Diabetes Day (November 14) early, PD Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre, is organising a Diabetes Walkathon to raise awareness about the disease. An educative talk on mindful eating will also be delivered by an endocrinologist, Dr Roshani Sanghani.
On November 9
At Hinduja Clinic Building, ground floor, Mahim.
Call 9757262570
Log on to hindujahospital.com

Evening
When the Berlin wall fell
5 pm The Berlin wall was demolished on this day, 25 years ago. Commemorating its anniversary, Max Mueller Bhavan is hosting a documentary feature film festival that will have screenings till November 12.
On November 9 At Max Mueller Bhavan, K Dubash Marg, Kala Ghoda.
Call 22027710

Night
Raising the bar
10 pm Raise your glasses to The Other People, a Mumbai-based band that plays it all — from Rock to Pop, Blues Reggae and Retro. Slated to release their album soon, lend an ear to the artistes who recently opened for Saving Abel and Michael Learns To Rock.
On Today
At Indigo, 4, Mandlik Road, Colaba.
Call 66368999

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Waving high in Goa
The New Wave Musicfest in Goa is an Indie music festival that will have some of the best, and little-known artistes in Asia. The go karting arena at Verna will serve as a venue for three stages packed with music and photographs by Sanjay F Gupta.
On November 15 and 16
Log on to thenewwave.asia

New in the city
How to unjunk in Bandra
If you are looking for healthy bites yet are on-the-go, head to Just Unjunk, a food company which will be launching its store with healthy fast food options, this Sunday. Earlier on, they have catered to canteens at Vero Moda, LinkedIn and Vodafone. It has opened up its first outlet in Bandra where one can get sated with salads, multigrain paninis, whole wheat wraps, burgers and more.
At Godrej Nature’s Basket, plot no 29, 56 Hill Road, Bandra (W).

Saturday special
All roads lead to the pier
12 pm onwards By the Pier is the city’s first Deep House open-air concert with music, food and art, all rolled into one making it a fun event. Aneesha Kotwani of Regenerate, a city-based initiative, shares, “One can expect food from the House of Lloyds, Olive Bar & Kitchen and Royal China. There will also be an art show curated by Homegrown featuring 16 artists.” Look forward to American artiste Kevin Knapp and local boy Blot who will be headlining the concert!
At Radio Club Pier, 41/42, Minoo Desai Marg, behind Radio Club, Colaba.
Entry R1,700 per person
Log on to bookmyshow.com

The bazaar returns
11 am to 5 pm Time to loosen the purse strings as indie designers display goodies such as handbags (by 2AM), fusion clothing (by Varuna Gupta), stationery from The Little Things, and more at Bombay Bronx Bazaar 2.0.
At The Bombay Bronx, 10, Akriti Sky Bay, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy.
Call 9819128882

It’s a St+art
6.30 pm onwards The street art festival St+art has commenced in the city with a bevy of events docking up the month of November. Today, one can head to the Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum to listen to Hanif Kureshi, who will do a presentation on HandPaintedType.com — a project that archives street typography. Or later in the night, you can head to the documentary screening,
From Graffiti to Public Art.
Till November 30
Log on to www.st-artmumbai.org

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