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Beauty And Wellness
Though milk is an excellent source of protein, ...
Your meal at Olive Beach is incomplete without a heavenly helping of desserts, which are a forte of the new menu. If you are in the mood for something truly sinful, order a Chocolate Fondant - one of Olive Beach’s signature dishes- a ...
The song that made Rammstein one of the biggest names in metal, this became a cult classic after its inclusion on “The Matrix” soundtrack. The combination of synthesizers, lots of guitars, lots of drums, and an authoritative voice ...
If you could listen to only one metal song for the rest of your life, Painkiller would be a strong contender for it. Heavy metal overlords Judas Priest took the Black Sabbath formula of “fast, loud and in your face,” improved on ...
Few songs can claim immortality the way Video Killed The Radio Star has: it was the first song ever played on MTV, and is one of the defining cultural icons of its era. And a truly exceptional song; this might be a wistful tribute to a bygone, ...
Forget the expletives. Forget the allegations of everything from homophobia to misogynism. Eminem is probably the most misunderstood artiste of all time, and this angst-ridden epic plays a vital part in presenting his side of the story. This ...
This week Sunday Brunch brings you the alternative rock band Radiohead from Oxfordshire, England that exploded onto the scene in 1993, with the angst-packed Gen-X anthem “Creep”. Radiohead has only gotten bigger since, with albums ...
Saras is presenting Sur Sandhya, an evening of musical extravaganza with performances by Sairam Iyer from Mumbai, Archana Udipa, M.D. Pallavi, Chandrika Gururaj, Fayyaz Khan and orchestra by Shabbir who will delve into the nostalgia of old ...
Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Sabha is having a Bharathnatya recital by Rithi Ramji from Chennai, disciple of Nagapriya Karthikeyan
Date: June 29, 7 p.m.
Venue: Thirumala Vidya Niketan Hall
Pedestrian Picturesand Lankesh Prashashti are screening Mangesh Hadawale’s “Tingya”. The film which will be followed by a discussion on the current agricultural crisis faced by farmers in Karnataka, provides an intimate ...
Feast your eyes on these crystals, from the Czech Republic at “Bohemian”, an exhibition-cum-sale showcasing some of the finest Bohemian crystals. From wine glasses, champagne flutes, goblets, decanters and jugs, tea cups, dishes, ...
Dockers San Francisco and The Bangalore School of Music (BSM) are presenting the Bangalore School of Chamber Orchestra, cellist Reimer Seidler of the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra from the USA and the BSM Junior Orchestra. The BSM Chamber ...
Studio 5678 is conducting a two-month basic to intermediate level Latin dance workshop for adults with weekday and weekend batch.
Date: June 28 to August 28
Venue: Koramangala and Vasanthnagar
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