The Mumbai minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds
Rewind to the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s decades — the era of Michael Jackson, Bryan Adams and Bon Jovi — with The Other People, a six-piece band that will belt out covers of popular Rock, Pop, Rock And Roll, Reggae and Retro numbers to celebrate Shiro’s 10th anniversary
Meet the others
tonight Rewind to the ’70s, ’80s and ’90s decades — the era of Michael Jackson, Bryan Adams and Bon Jovi — with The Other People, a six-piece band that will belt out covers of popular Rock, Pop, Rock And Roll, Reggae and Retro numbers to celebrate Shiro’s 10th anniversary.
TIME 10 pm AT Bombay Dyeing Mill Compound, Worli. cost `1,000 (full cover)
Walk into an open house
TODAY Even if you are not a member of Social Offline, you’re invited to its outlets in Todi Mills, Khar and Fun Republic as part of their National Open House celebrations. Also, attend talk sessions on problem solving through Mathematics by Rohan Rawal (3 pm, Todi Mill), design thinking principles by IndieFolio
(3 pm, Khar) and budget travel by Travel Master Gogo (3 pm, Fun Republic).
TIME 9 am to 6 pm CALL 9833489182
Take the organic route
sun, nov 20 Buy fruits, vegetables, juices, honey, jaggery and ghee directly from the farmers at The Mumbai Organic Festival. Tuck into vegan fare at live counters, enjoy pottery and a bullock cart ride. Cards are accepted.
TIME 10 am to 8 pm
AT The Norita Grounds (opposite Hiranandani School), Powai.
Brekkie with butterflies
ON SUN, Nov 20 Explore the world of butterflies with Isaac Kehimkar a.k.a the Butterflyman of India. Participate in a nature trail, get tips on how to identify various species such as the Common Jay (in pic by Dr Raju Kasambe) and learn about their life cycle.
TIME 8 am to 12.30 pm AT BNHS Conservation Education Centre, near Film City, Goregaon (E).
COST `500 (adults), `400 (kids below 12 years)
CALL 9594953425 (registrations end today)
Fire or ice?
SAT, Nov 19 and sun, 20 Check out over 200 paintings and photographs of different sizes and subjects at an art show, Fire And Ice curated by Artezvous. Created by children between six and 18 years of age, the works are based on cool and warm colour schemes. The exhibition also includes an overview of the artworks in the form of a collage and 3D works.
TIME 11 am to 6 pm
AT Cymroza Art gallery, 72 Bhulabhai Desai Road, Breach Candy.
Punjabi version 2.0
from Sat, nov 19 From dishes found on the dining tables of Punjab to its highway dhabas, tuck into rustic and modern fare as part of a new menu that features Paneer Lasagna Lababdar (in pic), Popeye Paaji Ki Favourite Chaat, Tokri Chaat and Kunda Dahi Bhindi.
TIME 12 pm to 4.30 pm (lunch), 7 pm to 11.30 pm (dinner)
AT Made In Punjab, Level 2, Inorbit Mall, Malad (W).
It’s all Greek
till sun, nov 20 Tuck into Bourekakia (cheese cakes rolled in phyllo pastry), Spanakopitta (Spinach Pie), Dolma (rice and minced meat cooked in wine leaves), Shrimp Saganaki (in pic) and the
famed Moussaka at an ongoing Greek Food Festival.
TIME 7 pm onwards
AT Glasshouse, Hyatt Regency, Sahar Airport Road, Andheri (E).
COST `1,750 plus taxes
A rustic feast
Sat, nov 19 Celebrate Na Khuwa Bhooj, Assam’s harvest festival with Xewali Maas (fish curry with night jasmine flowers) and Pabho Jura (fatty pork cooked with Assamese mustard greens and bhut jolokia) prepared by Gitika Saikia at a pop-up presented by Authenticook.
TIME 12 pm and 2 pm
AT Chembur (E).
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