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Mar 09, 2010

In Bangalore: India's first travelling animation film festival

Without a doubt, the DLF Indian Premier League is the biggest thing happening this weekend. If you’re not watching it at the stadium, you’re probably going to spend your evenings in front of the TV, rooting for your favourite teams.In case you’re not, then here are a few happenings you could be a part of.

Mar 01, 2010

Weekend happenings: Jazz music, photography and some Sunburn

After the long weekend that went by, courtesy Holi, it's back to drawing up a to-do list for this weekend. Worry not, there's much happening, especially for music and theatre enthusiasts. Catch The Sunburn Post Party with DJ Sultan (Canada), DJ Pearl and DJ Nikhil, something lovers of house, tech house and progressive music can look forward to. It's happening at Blue Frog in Mumbai on Saturday, 6 March 10.30 pm onwards.

Feb 09, 2010

Kala Ghoda: Sidin Vadukut's 'Dork' launches (finally!)

It's a long weekend again and even as My Name is Khan releases in cinemas that have turned into fortresses, there is one place where the fun and celebration of art, culture, literature and music continue - the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, Mumbai. Visit the website for a detailed schedule. Journalist, and blogger Sidin Vadukut's much awaited novel, about the adventures of Robert 'Einstein' Varghese, titled Dork finally launches in Mumbai.

Jan 20, 2010

Just for laughs: Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vijaykar

Lighten up the mood this weekend with some laughs from the mad duo of comedian Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vijaykar, where they take us through a minefield of topics you never imagined would be alright to laugh at.

Jan 13, 2010

Put on your running shoes

One is spoilt for choice this weekend and the best way to beat the winter chill is to run, sweat it out or simply trot along to the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon on Sunday morning. The usual suspects would be there - the celebs, the wannabes, the first-timers and of course the Africans (will they win again this time?). Nevertheless, put on your running shoes and participate. More details here.Theatre

Dec 08, 2009

Anant’s blog: Of 56 papers, 45 countries and Mathuradas Mills

Tomorrow, 56 newspapers in 45 countries take the perhaps unprecedented step of speaking with one voice through a common editorial. Many if not most will publish it on the front page, warning of a "profound emergency."The text above has been reproduced from