• The stark truth about child sexual abuse

    The stark truth about child sexual abuse

    Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is one of the most rampant criminal activities plaguing our society. April being Child Sexual Abuse Awareness month, the guide throws up startling facts that will urge you to sit up and take notice

  • Finnish Jazz band debuts in Pune

    Finnish Jazz band debuts in Pune

    The Blassics, a Finnish Jazz band that loves exploring audiences and music from diverse places will be peforming in the city and the country today

  • Mumbai's heritage, decoded

    Mumbai's heritage, decoded

    On World Heritage Day, conservation architect Vikas Dilawari, lists out the important and diverse styles of architecture that shaped Mumbai's unique character, which citizens should be aware of and conserve too

  • Cracking the musical code

    Cracking the musical code

    When Aditya Balani's Jazz notes meet Suhail Yusuf Khan's sarangi tunes, the result is pure musical bliss. After performing together for years — the duo that goes by the moniker, Adi & Suhail — have released their debut album, Culture Code Landscape

  • Best of MTV Coke Studio Season 3

    Best of MTV Coke Studio Season 3

    There is such a thing as 'trying too hard'. By which I really mean 'trying too hard to be like Coke Studio Pakistan'

  • Let's talk about dance

    Let's talk about dance

    Never mind if you were born with two left feet or are an accomplished dancer, enjoy dance in all its forms as Dance Dialogues (DD) hosts an open house event, titled The Day of Dance Experiences

  • It's summer camp time

    It's summer camp time

    With the academic year drawing to a close, and a long summer vacation in sight, the guide has packed in a bunch of different activities and workshops that will keep your little one not just busy, but thoroughly engaged

  • Raise a toast to city <strong>life</strong>

    Raise a toast to city life

    Actor-director Lillete Dubey’s latest play, Boiled Beans on Toast, which is based on acclaimed playwright Girish Karnad’s script, offers vignettes of life in Bengaluru and of the many Indias that co-exist in a single city

  • India's largest coin fair is here

    India's largest coin fair is here

    Catch over 95 philately and numismatic collectors showcasing coins, banknotes, medals and more at India's largest coin fair, starting from April 18

  • Dharavi up, close and personal

    Dharavi up, close and personal

    With carefully planned guided tours through the buzzing Dharavi, a group of young men are slowly re-framing the true picture and identity of one of world’s largest slums, and empowering their lives, along the way

  • Chaplin in Gujarat

    Chaplin in Gujarat

    Adipur, a small town in Kutch is paying the ultimate homage to The Tramp by laying the foundation stone of a Chaplin Bhavan on Charlie Chaplin's 125th birth anniversary on April 16

  • Performance make-up workshop in Pune

    Performance make-up workshop in Pune

    While Bharatanatyam and Kathak dancers look beautiful in their costumes, putting that make-up on is not a mean job. To teach interested folks about the nuances of performance make-up, Meghana Sabade of Nrityayatri has organised a workshop in Pune

  • Run for a cause

    Run for a cause

    Be a part of Wings for Life World Run, a global race where 1,50,000 runners across 40 world locations, will run for the cause of spinal cord injury

  • Canvas talk, on World Art Day

    Canvas talk, on World Art Day

    To mark World Art Day, the guide puts the spotlight on Turkish artist Sefkat Islegen’s art exhibition in Mumbai which is inspired by Egyptian Key of Life symbols that represent immortality. We also invite artists across mediums to share their thoughts on art

  • Archie Andrews, to kill or not to kill?

    Archie Andrews, to kill or not to kill?

    With news that Archie Comics has decided to kill off protagonist Archie Andrews, the guide decided to drop the question to authors and graphic novelists on their modus operandi when it comes to bidding adieu to their characters

  • All ears for the genius

    All ears for the genius

    From Indian Classical to Rock 'n' Roll — Ustad Allah Rakha Khan’s music spanned diverse genres and stirred generations. With his 95th birth anniversary coming up later this month, the guide pays tribute to the icon with rare frames from his life and times

  • Youth invasion in cyber space

    Youth invasion in cyber space

    India's youth are staking claim in cyber space across causes that can help make a difference to society

  • Your weekly planner: Events, activities around Mumbai

    We give you the complete lowdown on the various activities that you can indulge in around the city

  • Brunch like a king at Intercontinental Marine Drive, plus other activities

    Brunch like a king at Intercontinental Marine Drive, plus other activities

    We give you the complete lowdown on the various activities around Mumbai that you can indulge in

  • How to survive the election blitzkrieg

    How to survive the election blitzkrieg

    The 2014 Lok Sabha elections aren't just about progress or corruption, but also an election that has started an information onslaught on Indian voters. Hassan M Kamal finds a few tools to help sift through this online blitz, and make an informed decision