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Jim Carrey is Mr. Popper, in a family comedy about a driven businessman who is clueless when it comes to the important things in life – until he inherits six penguins.
‘Torchwood’ gets even more ‘Mission Impossible’ this week with the team breaking into a PhiCorp building to steal some of the company’s hard drives containing confidential material that may explain the miracle day.
In 1943 or 1944, India’s British rulers burned Hungry Bengal, a book on the Bengal famine that contained drawings and writings by a Communist Party follower who became one of India’s most important but under-celebrated artists.
After nearly 70 years, that book by Chittaprosad Bhattacharya has been reproduced by the Delhi Art Gallery, which is currently [...]
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In Final Destination 5, Death is just as omnipresent as ever, and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of co-workers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse.
The British are colonizing New York all over again – with branches of Prêt à manger, and with theatrical productions. Warhorse has cantered off with six Tony awards, the fanboys flock to see Mark Rylance in Jerusalem, and now the RSC have an unprecedented six-week residency in Manhattan. But how is the Brit shtick really going down in the stalls? Do the Americans really, like, get where we’re coming from?
It has to be said that the whole clubbing thing can get a little stale from time to time. There are only so many events with huge line-ups you can pencil in before you start to realise you’re becoming a sheep and just following the names promoters think will suck you into their nights (which, nine times out of ten, they usually do).
Here’s the second part of the interview with two dance music artists who are among my favourites at present, Benoit & Sergio.
This time around Benoit answers the very same questions his partner Sergio answered. And, again, the answers prove to be insightful and interesting – as you might expect from the twosome.
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