August, 2020

Beauty, Art & Entertainment

Is Online Schooling the Best Option for my Child?

‘Learning in the 21st century has changed, so has the face of course delivery!’ We live in a world where technology is introduced to children at a very young age.  Because of this fact, their learning style is very different from the students that preceded them.  They demand individualized attention and customized learning plans.  Why not embrace this technology and …

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Film industry is more organised: Madhuri

In the three decades that Madhuri Dixit has dedicated to entertaining Hindi film buffs, the hugely talented and enduringly beautiful actress saw herself evolve as a performer and as a person. She feels that the new crop of artistes in filmdom comes prepared to handle the increasing “pressures” in a more organised industry. “The industry is more organized now, but …

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No issues with bold scenes: Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt already seems to be getting experimental – after playing a fashion-conscious and arrogant young girl in her debut film “Student Of The Year” she will now be seen as a deglamourised character in “Highway”. She says she won’t do something as bizarre as going bald for a movie, but she’s game to being bold. Her father, filmmaker Mahesh …

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Going International ! Kareena shoots with international crew for ad campaign

Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor was thrilled to work with an international crew, who have shot ads with the likes of Eva Mendes and Eva Longoria, as part of an ad campaign for ice cream brand Magnum. The actress shot her first ad Sunday. To ensure international standards, the entire team was flown into Mumbai from New York for the ad. …

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Weird Food Trends of 2014

Earlier this year, the American National Restaurant Association released its culinary forecast for 2014. The purpose of the report, which is based on a survey of over 1,300 American chefs, is to predict the food trends that will dominate restaurant menus in the upcoming year. While a few of this year’s findings are intriguing—Peruvian, for instance, is predicted to overtake …

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Bulletproof Your Coffee

Black coffee is so powerful that Johann Sebastian Bach wrote a musical piece in 1732, titled “The Coffee Cantata,” with lines like “If I can’t drink my bowl of coffee three times daily, then in my torment, I will shrivel up like a piece of roast goat.” Let’s face it – a creamy cup of coffee tastes good with almost …

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No Bake Protein Bars

By Arjun Grewal, Training Day Café Protein bars are a quick and convenient snack that not only curb hunger, but provide your body with muscle building protein. There are dozens of brands and hundreds of different bars on the market to choose from, with flavors ranging from cappuccino to peanut butter and jelly. With a price range between $2 and …

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2014 Must Watch Books-to-Movies

2014 has quite an impressive lineup of books-to-movies, and we’ll definitely be watching (and reading)! Out of all of the choices for 2014, here is our take on the next big blockbusters of 2014.    

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Cultures Shaping Vancouver

Over the last 125 years, Vancouver has become home to a broad range of ethnic groups, who have brought with them a vibrant and distinct assemblage of cuisines, heritage, belief systems and artwork. Although these cultures have retained a sense of their original identity, their influence has shaped Vancouver into a thriving, international city with a unique vibe.  Some of …

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