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'Taking Care' Comes With a Price Tag

From adult diapers and medicines to finding medical attenders, Alzheimer’s is an ‘expensive’ disease.

21 Sep 2015

Life And City Amid a Metro

What happened to the broader roads that have given space to the Metro Rail system?

25 Jul 2015

Designing Fabrics, Brick by Brick

Designer-architect Swathi Purushothaman, talks about how she juggles both her professions, and succeeds in it because of her passion for both.

22 Jul 2015

The Hidden Face of War

This Divided Island by journalist-writer Samanth Subramanian narrates untold tales from the Sri Lankan war

13 Aug 2014

Charting His Own Route to Success

Tamil actor Arya talks about his upcoming film, Purampokku, dabbling into production, and more

25 Jul 2014

Exploring the Inner Self

Artist V K Ashok journeys to capture the inner self of a human being with this collection

23 Jul 2014

‘Content, Not Language, Dictates My Choice of Roles’

National Award-winning actor Dhanush talks about the 25th film of his career, his second Bollywood outing, being part of the shift in Tamil cinema, and more.

19 Jul 2014

A day with the Latter-day Saints

City Express talks to the Mormons, a small yet silently growing comunity in the city

05 Dec 2013

Narrating an unheard tale of turmoil

When Shuvashree Ghosh was pursuing a  career that comprised rendezvous aplenty with people from the North East, little did she realise that she had stumbled on the plot of her  debut novel ‘Across Borders’.

16 Nov 2013

Vocal adrenaline with a multitude of genres

De Alaapians, a group of Hindustani music students from Chennai-based music school Alaap, have come together for an ensemble of Hindustani, Carnatic and Western classical vocals.

13 Nov 2013

Retro night hits the 100th mark

Jaya Ho, a weekly retro programme showcasing the best of old Hindi numbers at Black and white Resto Bar, Hotel Residency, completed its 100th week on Friday

11 Nov 2013

The 'incidental' dance quartet

Parashah, the coming together of different artistes from different banis, is a perfect example of how unique styles merge to present a signature bharathanatyam performance.

09 Nov 2013

Revisiting a phenomenon

During a conversation with a good friend from Hyderabad, Chennai-based Shrikanth Veeravalli was surprised to know that despite being a Tamilian, the latter was unaware of personalities like MGR and Kamaraj.

06 Nov 2013

An ode to motherhood

Parashah, a group of four bharatanatyam dancers from various schools of the art, will showcase their versatility in unison with Maathrudevobhava — Divine Mother this Saturday

06 Nov 2013

Where art grows beyond the frame

Renowned artist R B Bhaskaran is heading to Jaipur for the Art Summit, to debate on the pan-India art scenario this month

05 Nov 2013

'Tamil films just happened to me'

Starting as a theatre artiste, she made a smooth shift to films and has dabbled in every possible genre and language of films.

02 Nov 2013

Going gaga over Krithika

The singer’s second single Vittum Chellum Podhey has created waves online all over again

30 Oct 2013

Romancing the Santoor through the decades

Close to 60 years ago, he set out on what looked like an impossible mission — put the rather obscure instrument called santoor on the global map.

19 Oct 2013

Bringing classical talent to the fore

Look forward to the maestros of Hindustani in the city soon

19 Oct 2013

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