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The Beatles, Elvis Presley, Cliff Richard and Bob Dylan still rock. SHONALI MUTHALALY takes a trip down the musical past
Dance

Inspired steps
U.S.-based dance choreographer Adrienne Juan is training students of Swingers for a musical, "Inspiration"
Arts & Crafts

Dots of creativity
MANOHAR DEVADOSS loves historic monuments. And he tries to recapture their grandeur through his pen and ink drawings. What makes Manohar's drawing significant is that the artist is battling declining vision. Some of the buildings that have ...


Kashmir in grey!
WITH REALISM becoming a major ingredient of Bollywood tales, contemporary issues are dealt with with amazing regularity. This time it's Kashmir and the tale is Yahaan. "It's the story of a Kashmir girl who falls in love with an Indian Army ...
Mirroring life
Balancing of forms, attractive use of colours and attention to detail lend Alex Stewart's works a charm
Cinema

Innovative show
ONE OF the best film-based spoof shows on Tamil television is "Kadavul Pathi Mirugam Pathi" (Vijay TV, Tuesday, 9 p.m.). It is an innovative programme in which an angel, a devil and a film buff review the latest Tamil releases. In "Kadavul... ", ...
The model mantra
WHAT IS it about modelling that many youngsters take to it as a profession? Maybe they feel it is a sure one-way ticket to fame and money in Bollywood. This year, big names in modelling such as John Abraham, Bipasha Basu, Katrina Kaif and Genelia ...
Disney comes to India
THE INDIAN animation market is overcrowded with channels such as Cartoon Network, Animax, Nickelodeon, Pogo and the recently launched Hungama. Now what we hear is that STAR India has tied up with the "mother of all animation," Walt Disney, to ...
A master move
THE REVAMPED Sahara One is trying to lure viewers with Hindi movies. On Deepavali day (November 12), they had huge ads in newspapers of their "action-packed Diwali Dhamaka," which included Akshay Kumar's "Police Force" at noon, Ram Gopal Varma's ...
Eating Out

Global flavours
IT'S AN all-new menu at Aqua, the poolside café on the eighth floor of The Park in Chennai. Diners will find some past favourites too, in addition to the new items. Beginning with vegetable juices, including `The Body Builder' — ...
Shopping

Lamps galore
TO COINCIDE with Karthigai Deepam, the Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India is conducting an exhibition titled "Festival of Lights" till November 25 at Temple Towers, 672, Anna Salai, Nandanam. The exhibition showcases an exclusive ...
Entertainment

Movies on the menu
Cinema cannot remain elitist. By its very nature, it has to be seen by a large number of people, says Adoor Gopalakrishnan
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