Green trends 

From a specially-curated vegan market to the country’s first vegan hospitality consultant... Bengaluru is becoming a flagship space for vegans. Here’s why

27 Sep 2021

Painting a real picture 

Ever since the pandemic set in, we’ve not been able to touch or hold anyone. Hands are a very important part of sharing that emotion.

27 Sep 2021

Zooming in 

Bengaluru-based ad director’s debut sci-fi feature film will have its world premiere at two international film festivals in the US 

27 Sep 2021

Match point

Netflix series Indian Matchmaking has once again been creating a buzz ever since it’s Emmy nomination.  CE speaks to offline matchmakers who point to the changing reality in the times of the pandemic

22 Sep 2021

Winning hearts

The work of this volunteer-based group which created a chatbot to provide real-time information on medical logistics during the second wave, was recognised at the United Nations recently

22 Sep 2021

Let the good times ‘roll’ : Bengaluru Skaters are back at Cubbon Park

Cubbon Park is abuzz on Sundays as roller skaters make their way  to the green space after a hiatus owing
to the pandemic

20 Sep 2021

Talking local 

If you’re struggling to communicate in the local language, then listen to this podcast, Kannada Gothilla, which teaches easy Kannada phrases 

18 Sep 2021

Bold and the bizarre    

Love it, hate it, you can’t ignore it. Celebs who walked the red carpet at the Met Gala 2021 made heads turn with their over-the-top outfits. Bengaluru designers weigh in

16 Sep 2021

Open seasame

After more than a year of being cooped indoors, youngsters are opening up their homes, literally, 
to incorporate more sunlight and natural elements

14 Sep 2021

Inside story 

When Ratan Tata fired Cyrus Mistry in 2016, senior journalist Coomi Kapoor decided it would make a riveting start for a book on the Parsis

13 Sep 2021

Bangalore’s Lalbagh book review: A whiff of nostalgia  

Art historian Suresh Jayaram walks us through his new book which chronicles the changing scape of Lalbagh

06 Sep 2021

Out and about

As Bengalureans opt for a one-day tour to farmlands and wineries, they are also learning how to grow their own fruits and vegetables at home

02 Sep 2021

Games people play

Inspired by the popular Kanjivaram weaves of Tamil Nadu, Bengaluru-based Madhumita Mani has created Ettana: The Looms of Kanchi

01 Sep 2021

Colour me happy

Jayanagar’s The Firefly Terrace is a space where people can unleash their creativity and bring out the artist in them 

31 Aug 2021

Hot topic

A stray comment on Indian food comprising only “one spice” by an international columnist has snowballed into a verbattle, with netizens debating and discussing the nuances of local cuisine

28 Aug 2021