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    Give me red
    Available now, Online
    All you Gunners fans have something to look forward to as Amazon.in and PUMA have announced the home jersey as available for pre-booking online and at stores. This season’s home kit features a red body and white sleeves, with a white stripe running down the lower sleeves going up to the top. Rs.299 on amazon.in

    Jam session
    Available now, Whitefield
    Harman has launched the latest pedal, ideal for a one-man band. The DigiTech Trio Band Creator Pedal just needs you to plug in your guitar, press the footswitch to teach the device the chords and rhythm, then press the footswitch again to start playing with a customised personal band. The creator pedal will automatically generate bass and drum beats to suit the lead guitar tunes. `16,999. At Phoenix MarketCity.
    Details: 9591797577

    Going online
    July 16, Magadi Road
    In the city of information technology and start-ups, if you don’t have your
    own website, you’re probably lagging behind. But 0 to 100 Website Creation & Entrepreneurship will bail you out with this one-day, hands-on workshop to help you learn website creation from scratch. You won’t need programming or HTML skills, but a basic level of understanding of computer and Internet is required. You’ll even walk away with a domain name (.in) and web hosting space for a year. Tickets (`1,999) on bookmyshow.com

    Taste of Rajasthan
    Until August 3, JP Nagar
    For an authentic taste of the Rajasthani Shekhawats, head across to Kesariya for their  Shekhawati Food Festival. Enjoy favourites like dal baati choorma, ghevar and bajra khichdi. We’re particularly tempted by the eight types of baati, including plain, baffla, besan and sattu baati. Plus, moong dal halwa, dahi vada, kadhi and mangodhi. The thali is priced at `495. Details: 26590800

    Lead on
    July 29, Infantry Road
    As part of The KYNKYNY Culture Club, Suman Ghose will have a leadership workshop called Inroads on the Science of Happiness. Speaking about the happiness factor and how happy people are scientifically proven to be more productive, creative and effective, and are therefore more likely to succeed, he will share the research through various case studies. Plus, videos and activities, to help you implement this positive emotion in your own leadership style. 6 pm at Kynkyny Art. Tickets (`950) on bookmyshow.com

    Jazz it up
    Tonight, Indiranagar
    Coming in from Mumbai, Candy
    Flip Sundae infuses jazzy riffs and grooves to their music which they call multi-genre progressive fun and modern-jazz. Influenced by the likes of Robert Glasper, Snarky Puppy, Musiq Soulchild, Flying Lotus and Thunder cat, you can expect a night of originals as well as covers. At bFlat Bar, 100 Feet Road. Tickets (Rs.400) on bookmyshow.com

    In tune
    July 25, Whitefield
    Ending the Ghazal Manthan, a three-day Ghazal festival which began on Thursday, singer Hariharan will take centrestage. The Padma Shri awardee will be joined by other aspiring singers, in a bid to promote the genre of music. They will be the winners of the competitions held on the earlier days. At 5.30 pm. Should the rains wash out the show, it will be rescheduled for July 26, 9.30 am. Tickets (Rs.1,000) on
    bookmyshow.com

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