Simran Ahuja 

Dress code: Chic and comfortable 

Are you dreading ditching your pyjamas or sweatpants? Designers help you transition effortlessly from WFH outfits to workwear again Are you dreading ditching your pyjamas or sweatpants? Designers help

23 Feb 2021

More than fun and games

A new city-based venture now offers kids aged 5-12 a range of personal development hobby-based classes that include acro yoga, budgeting, anger management, etc

15 Feb 2021

On the search

A new game at Church Street combines quizzes and scavenger hunts to spread awareness about clean air and pedestrianisation

15 Feb 2021

Safety net

Online schooling doesn’t have to come at the cost of cyber security. On Safer Internet Day, CE speaks to experts who suggest ways in which children can have a harmless online presence

09 Feb 2021

Got a life lesson to share? Check out this project that is curating stories from world over

Welcome to World Wisdom Map, a website and project that documents the life lessons and stories of people from each of the 195 countries in the world.

08 Feb 2021

Stepping in a new direction

While countries closed in on each other, an outward expansion took place in the online world, making Indian dance forms more accessible to foreign nationals

20 Jan 2021

From Budapest to Bengaluru

Honeysuckle, a film that was shot in both Hungary and India, makes its OTT debut this month and looks at how emotionstrump geographical boundaries

19 Jan 2021

‘Word’ly wise

Treble Puns’ new song, The Pat Earn, moves away from mainstream music as it offers multiple instruments playing simultaneously, and snatches of spoken word instead of lyrics  

13 Jan 2021

Best out of boredom

Could boredom inspire the next ‘Eureka’ moment? Find out in this online event organised by the global Science Gallery network

12 Jan 2021

Back in action

With the New Year comes some good news for theatre lovers, as performance spaces gear up to open their doors,with a lineup of different plays

06 Jan 2021

Game of life

This version of Snakes and Ladders includes folk art forms of Gond and Kalamkari, while introducing players to the philosophy of karma that the game was traditionally associated with

05 Jan 2021

Sunny side up

City celebrities and residents are bidding goodbye to pandemic blues amid the waters of Maldives, which has emerged as the go-to holiday destination these days

15 Dec 2020

Of thrifts & trends

From vintage clothes to upcycled fashion, these Bengaluru-based thrift store owners are weaving style with sustainability as they breathe life into second-hand clothing

08 Dec 2020

Looking into the crystal ball

Sandeep Goyal’s latest book, Future Shock, gives a glimpse of the emerging trends that we can expect from a world affected by Covid-19 

18 Nov 2020

Working it out

As the professional world returns to normalcy, co-working spaces seem to be the go-to option for several reasons

07 Nov 2020

Sunday symphonies

This online festival features 36 classical music and dance performances, shot in empty auditoriums and film studios in five cities, to raise funds for artistes affected by the pandemic.

27 Oct 2020

Batting for art 

Cricket posters get a creative spin as a city-based studio portrays star IPL players in Indian folk art forms

20 Oct 2020

Moving memories

Dancer Ramaa Bharadvaj’s video project is an ode to her mentor and legendary Bharatnatyam dancer, Kamala

20 Oct 2020

Ending on a high note

For eight-year-old Yasmin Meenakshi Vaidya, who will perform a piece on a piano, practising for the performance gave her something to be engaged with these days.

17 Oct 2020

Opening new doors

This upcoming digital festival by two city-based artistes looks at bringing back the excitement of live interaction between dancers and musicians 

13 Oct 2020

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