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  • For the people, by the people

    Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is witnessing a sea of change -- more crowds at their galleries, younger audiences, better interactivity and vibrant displays. Sabyasachi Mukherjee, its director, gives Fiona Fernandez the complete walkthrough

  • Find out which of these two Mumbai takeaways is worth trying

    In a bid to satiate hungry professionals, two new online start-ups, Instakhaana and 3sqrmeals, have started delivering wholesome meals to a few business hubs in the city. Are they worth your time on a busy workday? Krutika Behrawala tested their fare to create this report card

  • 3 workshops around Mumbai to sign up for

    Cuttlefish Photography has organised Shutter Spree, a one-day workshop for photography enthusiasts...

  • The grown up act

    A new play, titled Growing Up, addresses issues of puberty and the various changes it brings in teenagers

  • Celebrate International Female Ride Day

    International Female Ride Day (IFRD) is a campaign to highlight and profile female motorcycle and scooter riders

  • Mumbai gig guide

    Bass impact with Kleph

  • 3 events to catch this week

    Understand art at Santiniketan...

  • Now, learn to dance on your smartphone

    Dance With Madhuri is a mobile app featuring dance lessons from some of India’s top dancers and choreographers

  • Travel special: Tales from the lighthouse at Khanderi Island

    Located just 9.5 km from Alibaug, the Kanhoji Angre Island, popularly known as Khanderi, makes for an engaging getaway, with its historic fort and lighthouse, and, of course, a heady boat ride during high tide, to reach the island.

  • Indian Classical goes online

    Singer Suresh Wadkar has launched a web version of his music school, Ajivasan, which will offer interactive web courses and recorded lessons

  • The many moods of Mohiniattam

    As Mohiniattam exponents, Saji Menon and Krishna Niddodi, take to the stage for a duet performance this evening, here’s all you need to know about this Classical dance from Kerala

  • Turn up the volume

    Discover the audiophile within you at Headphone Connect, a unique meet-up that will bring audiophiles from across Mumbai under one roof to share, experience and explore all things related to headphones

  • Dahisar cafe offers yummy burgers, sandwiches and more

    If you’d like to treat your taste buds to delicious burgers, rolls and sandwiches and a few Lebanese and East Indian options as well, Ben’s Cafe in Dahisar will not disappoint on most counts. Be wary of their lazy home-delivery service, however

  • Musing over art

    Art Musings gallery is showcasing Quarto '15, a group show featuring four contemporary artists: Baiju Parthan, Chittrovanu Mazumdar, Gopikrishna and Raghava KK

  • Finding poetry in Kurla

    Watch a 21-year-old’s transition from life as a thug in a ghetto in Kurla to reciting poetry as a means of expression in the short documentary, Bombay 70

  • Mumbai designers list stylish ways to recycle your old blue denims

    On the 142nd birthday of the blue jeans, few Mumbai designers suggest groovy ideas to recycle your old pair of denims. Plus, try out chic ways to rock the party with skinny jeans or a denim patchwork dress

  • Music for the soul

    Drop by a Sufi Night to listen to Sufi group Nizami Bandhu, who boast of a rich seven-century-old musical and spiritual history

  • Chasing dreams

    19-year-old Mythili Zatakia is ready with her debut novel The Chase, which she hopes, will connect with teenagers

  • Jest like that

    Let Clown Popo and The Frog King take you on a rib-tickling ride as they learn ways of urban life through the devised performance, The Clowns, which makes its debut on a city stage today

  • The name is Bond, Ruskin Bond

    On Ruskin Bond's birthday, The Welfare of Stray Dogs founder, Abodh Aras, recalls meeting his favourite author at a Mussoorie bookstore