Issue: June ’10
It’s time to phase out idle mouse clicking and passive TV watching for something that’s genuinely worth doing.
An exclusive interview with author Kalpana Swaminathan about The Monochrome Madonna, her creative process, and the next Lalli mystery.
On her fifth studio album, Kaki King provides the listener with a thoroughly engaging rock record that showcases her delicate-yet-firm vocals.
A new column that aims to inform you about the best in electronic music from around the country.
Upamanyu Chatterjee's latest novel is recommended for anyone who wants to broaden their perspective on life, and enjoy themselves in the process.
At Thermal and a Quarter's Taaqademy, the focus is not only on teaching you how to play an instrument, but also on what it takes to play in a band.
An exclusive interview with Amruta Patil, author of Kari.
It is raw, it is raucous, it is vitriol. It is anarchy, mayhem, a new world order. It is a revelation, unveiling the interchangeable voice of a messiah and a murderer.
What exactly is worthy of being called art? What distinguishes an ostensible piece of art from an everyday artefact?
Idlis, sushi, and mashed potatoes — singer Anushka Manchanda talks to us about her favourite things to eat.
How much does getting a tattoo really hurt? Read on for an exclusive interview with Naveen Kumar, owner of Chennai's first tattoo parlour Irezumi.
A lighthearted glance at the recent controversy surrounding that ever-so-handsome politician, Shashi Tharoor.
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