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    Colonial legacy
    Till November 28, Shanthala Nagar
    Photographs by British photographer Christopher Taylor focus on the interiors of Imperial buildings in Mumbai and Kolkata. A window into history and an ode to impermanence, his photos expose the transformed and mellowed faces of the remnants of
    colonial rule, reflecting on colonialisma��s
    legacy and its impact on contemporary India. At Tasveer Art Gallery, Sua House.
    Monday to Saturday, 10 am to
    7 pm. Details: 40535217

    Foot styleA�
    TTD6bOngoing, Koramangala
    Vans introduces a new collection
    called Tenent, that strikes a fine balance between progressive street style and athletics. Available in combinations of blue with white and pewter with white, the silhouette is classic and sturdy and focuses on wearability and aesthetics. While being practical, it also makes for a bold statement. `6,599.
    At Forum Mall. Details: 22067944

    TTD1Tiny tots
    November 15, Yelahanka
    Author-illustrator Alankrita Jain hosts
    a storytelling session inspired by her book Little Laali. A fun story about a girl who gets tired of being told that shea��s too little to do all the exciting things that she wants to do, the book will delight kids. Theya��ll also get the chance to make gift bags to carry their treasured possessions as part of the workshop. `120 (including the book). At Just Books,
    Mother Dairy Road. 12 pm. Details: 42138080


    TTD3Legal highs
    November 16, Vasant Nagar
    Catch this dramatic satire, Need for
    Weed, about the legalisation of cannabis. The plot revolves around Siddart, who has been caught smoking by Ranga, an obnoxious cop. Siddart explains to Ranga why cannabis should be legal but he is not impressed and through a hilarious storyline, talks about the harmfulness of drug abuse. At Alliance Francaise, 6.30 pm. Details: 9449596889


    TTD4Pitch in
    November 14, Domlur
    Ita��s a cricket-themed evening
    at the Bangalore International Centre, with an event that brings together cricket authors Dev Prasad, V J Raghunath and S Giridhar, as well as former national player E A S Prasanna. Their discussion will span contemporary issues relating to the game, and will be moderated by the
    managing editor of Wisden India. Entry free. At Bangalore International Centre.
    6.30 pm. Details: 25359680

    TTD2All change
    Ongoing, Indiranagar
    As the season changes, revamp
    your wardrobe with the Indigo Nation winter collection for men, which
    covers every possible scenario, with ranges focusing on casual, work, club and street. For parties, the club line has a fantastic range of options, including ultra slim trousers, textured blazers and printed satin shirts. `799 upwards. At Indigo Nation, 100 Feet Road. Details: 25210134


    ttd8bLittle idol
    November 14, Mahadevpura
    Catch the first Indian Idol Junior
    winner Anjana Padmanabhan live in concert to mark Childrena��s Day celebrations in the city. Having trained in carnatic and hindustani music, the 10-year old promises to enthrall audiences with popular Bollywood numbers. At Phoenix MarketCity. 6 pm. Details: 9986222229



    Sweet treats
    November 14, Vittal Mallya Road
    Treat your little ones to a special
    childrena��s day at the Bengaluru Baking Company today. The menu includes a list of sweet treats like mixed berry cheesecake, white chocolate and blue berry cheesecake, red velvet and dark truffle cake, Tobler- one nougat shake and Oreo shake. Also available are wraps, sandwiches and quick savoury bites. At JW Marriott. Details: 9538905150

    ttdnewSelfie time
    November 16, HAL Airport Road
    The Chainsmokers duo Andrew Taggart
    and Alex Paul, the men behind the hit Selfie make their way to the city this weekend. With their second number, Kanye too going viral, the New York-based DJs have quite a fan following. Catch them live and maybe take a selfie with them too. At Royal Orchid Lawns. Tickets (Rs.1,250 up
    wards) on bookmyshow.com


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