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Classic Tuesday’s presents A Room With A View

Next week’s Classic Tuesday’s presentation at the National Gallery, Castellani House is Merchant-Ivory’s A Room With A View. A Room with A View (1986), the most popular and successful film produced by the producer-director team of Ishmael Merchant and James Ivory, is said to be a subtle and hilarious comedy. 1

The Blind Side for the Sidewalk

Next Tuesday, Sidewalk Café screens The Blind Side the Oscar nominated 2009 drama–sports film starring Quinton Aaron and Sandra Bullock. Written and directed by John Lee Hancock, the film is based on the 2006 book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game by Michael Lewis. 0

Hindi drama Rann takes on media manipulation

NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) – A thematically ambitious drama about television news and its manipulation by corporate and political interests, and by the ever-more-desperate race for ratings, Rann (Battle) has none of the Bollywood musical trappings that stateside audiences have come to expect as the default. 0

Anatomy of a food label – Part 2


Hi Everyone, Last week we looked at the what, where, who and how of a food label. I explained that a good food label should tell us what the food is, where it comes from, who made it, what’s in it, and how it was made, among other things. 0

Race for the 2010 Soca Monarch begins

– semi-finals on tonight in Linden By Rawle Toney It is that time of the year again when the country’s Soca artists vie for a chance to called King or Queen of the up-tempo genre as the Carib Soca Monarch beats off at the Mackenzie Sports Club Ground in Linden this evening with the staging of its semi-finals. 1

Simpli Royal opens day spa


– by appointment only Cosmetologist Pamela Dillon, long regarded as the ‘woman with the touch’, has returned to the scene years after a premature exit to offer exclusive salon services “with a twist”. 0

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