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  • Learn to sail on Christmas plus more

    Learn to sail on Christmas plus more

    Events and activities around Mumbai that you can indulge in

  • X'mas special: Amazing gifts for your loved ones this Christmas

    X'mas special: Amazing gifts for your loved ones this Christmas

    Is your boyfriend a gizmo addict or your sister a fashionista? If you’re not sure of what to gift your loved ones, here’s how to play Secret Santa, and earn brownie points too. the guide rounds up some of the coolest gifts to add to the festive cheer

  • Santa expresses his dilemma about delivering gifts in a chimney-less Mumbai

    Santa expresses his dilemma about delivering gifts in a chimney-less Mumbai

    Chimneys in Mumbai are now obsolete, so what does Santa, traditionally supposed to slide down a chimney, do? Tries to find a chimney in Mumbai

  • Poet Adil Jussawalla wins Sahitya Akademi Award 2014

    Poet and critic Adil Jussawall's "Trying to Say Goodbye" is among eight books of poetry conferred the prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award 2014, it was announced here Friday

  • Doing the Kabul Disco

    Doing the Kabul Disco

    Nicolas Wild, the graphic novelist of Kabul Disco, is back in Mumbai to make his first appearance at the Mumbai Film and Comic Con 2014. Kanika Sharma chats with the French writer

  • A cryptic stand against tradition

    A cryptic stand against tradition

    View videos, paintings and installations by German artist Rosemarie Trockel

  • Small is beautiful

    Small is beautiful

    Look out for innovative, smaller-sized artworks at One Foot Squared, an exhibition of 1’ x 1’ artworks

  • Revisit the Mauryan times

    Revisit the Mauryan times

    Sumedha V Ojha’s Urnabhih is a story set in the Mauryan kingdom where its protagonist is Mirakesi, a dancing girl who is also a spy. The fast-paced tale is slated to be made into a TV series in the next 18 months

  • The Jewish brush on Indian art

    The Jewish brush on Indian art

    A recently released book, Jews and the Indian National Art Project traces the contribution of Jews to Indian art

  • Mapping steps across Mumbai

    Mapping steps across Mumbai

    Amateur photographer Aashish Vyas captures steps across the city in his new show, Treppe, which is currently on display at the Jehangir Art Gallery

  • New EP from Deep Sky Orchestra

    New EP from Deep Sky Orchestra

    Join Deep Sky Orchestra, the Electronica project of Pune boys Deerav Moolani and Shashwat Pradhan who will launch their new EP, First Avenue, in the city, today

  • Bandra cafe is a haven for Mumbai's vinyl record lovers

    Bandra cafe is a haven for Mumbai's vinyl record lovers

    There seems to be a change in fortunes for the humble vinyl record. Fans of this music format in the city are finding new avenues and spaces to revel in this sound, and re-live the record. the guide scratches beyond the surface

  • Special Feature: A few interesting facts about the Wright Flyer designed by Wright brothers

    Special Feature: A few interesting facts about the Wright Flyer designed by Wright brothers

    Aviation history was made today on December 17 in 1903, when the Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur Wright made their first controlled powered, heavier-than-air flight in the Wright Flyer at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, USA

  • Football frenzy in the North-East

    Football frenzy in the North-East

    Vikram Buragohain’s documentary Kicking From the Corner, promises to offer valuable insight into how football has a special place in the North-East. Kanika Sharma reports

  • How unfaithful are you?

    How unfaithful are you?

    Raell Padamsee's latest offering, Unfaithfully Yours, that premieres in the city this weekend, promises to take you through a gamut of emotions as you witness the tender relationship of the protagonists, Akash and Preet, over a span of 25 years

  • Creative conversations over craft beer

    Creative conversations over craft beer

    Give your mind a stimulating stir at Sidebar's inaugural talk with author Vikram Chandra

  • The North-East is an amalgam of beauty and aggression: Astad Deboo

    The North-East is an amalgam of beauty and aggression: Astad Deboo

    After 2012's presentation, Interpreting Tagore, Contemporary dance choreographer Astad Deboo returns to Mumbai with his latest multi-city production, Rhythm Divine II, that highlights issues faced by the North-Eastern population of the country. It also features nine-minute long pirouettes and Classical forms such as Manipur’s Pung Cholom

  • Special Feature: Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel turns 111

    Special Feature: Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel turns 111

    Mumbai's iconic The Taj Mahal Palace & Tower hotel was opened to guests on December 16 today in 1903. On this occasion we take a look at some interesting facts about Jamsedji Tata's finest architectural contribution to Mumbai...

  • God and life

    God and life

    Drawn To Life is the title of artist Rini Dhumal's latest exhibition as well as of the newly-launched coffee table book featuring her sketches. The sketches on canvas and in the book chart out the artist’s passion for art and the numerous muses that have sparked her creations, ranging from the mythological tales of Goddess Durga to the Jataka tales

  • Be part of public art installation for a cause

    Be part of public art installation for a cause

    On December 16, make your way to Dadar Chowpatty to create a public art installation in memory of the Delhi rape victim

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