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    February 19 | The Brew Room
    Paris-based artist, Gayatri Shantaram, is showcasing 60 abstract mixed-media paintings in an exhibition called Water. To be held at the new Brew Room on ECR, the event is in aid of Chennai’s flood relief. The paintings have travelled to Bengaluru, Coimbatore and Carrousel de Louvre in Paris, and Shantaram is confident about Chennai’s support. Today and tomorrow, from 11 am onwards. Prices from `3,000. Details: 42244224

    pg1-2Bring your appetite
    February 21 | Amir Mahal
    The fourth edition of SuperChef Chennai is back and brings with it the mother of all food carnivals. The annual cooking competition organised by Madras Cosmopolitan Ladies Circle 38, is next week. But first comes a food extravaganza at Amir Mahal with movie stars, expats, home cooks and offbeat caterers presenting everything from steamed sweets and Belgian waffles to biryani from the Nawab of Arcot’s kitchen. More on page 23.
    Details: superchefchennai.comArt brewing
    February 19 | The Brew Room
    Paris-based artist, Gayatri Shantaram, is showcasing 60 abstract mixed-media paintings in an exhibition called Water. To be held at the new Brew Room on ECR, the event is in aid of Chennai’s flood relief. The paintings have travelled to Bengaluru, Coimbatore and Carrousel de Louvre in Paris, and Shantaram is confident about Chennai’s support. Today and tomorrow, from 11 am onwards. Prices from Rs 3,000. Details: 42244224

    pg1-3Another ECR pitstop
    February 22 | Chakraa
    Seoul-based Indian restaurant chain, Chakraa, has opened its first outlet in the city. The multi-cuisine restaurant serves south Indian, Indian, Chinese and Italian fare, as well as grilled and tandoor dishes. Chakraa was launched in Seoul in 2000, and has since become one of the best Indian restaurants in the South Korean capital.
    Meal for two at around Rs 500. Details: 9087317722

     

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    Big wig alert
    February 24 | Nungambakkam
    Sport the trending lob (long bob) without taking a pair of scissors to your long hair. With UK brand Wig-O-Mania launching its flagship store in the city, you can give different hairstyles and colours a spin. With wigs made from both real human hair and Japanese high-heat fibre, you can curl, crimp, cut and colour it. Prices from Rs 3,500. More on page 11. Details: 9967673579

     

     

    pg1-5At the movies

    February 19 | SPI Cinemas
    Michael Keaton and Mark Ruffalo star in Spotlight, where they play journalists working for the investigative team of The Boston Globe. Directed by Tom McCarthy, the movie explores how the team brought to light a conspiracy involving clergy child abuse. Also starring Rachel McAdams and Liev Schreiber, it is considered to be one of the finest films of 2015, and has been nominated for six Academy Awards. Details: 42244224

     

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    The cloth shrine
    February 20 | The Book Building
    Drop by Tara Books’ HQ for the launch of their book-turned-work of art, The Cloth of the Mother Goddess. The block-printed textile book,  a unique experiment, is by a traditional artist from Gujarat, Jagdish Chitara, who will be present. At 6.30 pm. Rs 4,000. Details: 42601033

     

     

    pg1-8Electro season
    February 23 | Ed Hardy
    American clothing brand Ed Hardy, known for its tattoo-inspired graphics, is finally in the city, after stores in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. Founded by tattoo artist Ed Hardy, the brand opens with its spring/summer collection. So drop by for  the Biker Line, Urban Wildlings and more. Turn to page 10. Details: 30083007

     

     

    pg1-9Suit up
    February 25 | Sports Illustrated
    The buzz around Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition continues. Besides some of the fittest women on the planet (including Cristiano Ronaldo’s ex-girlfriend Irina Shayk), the edition features three covers, with UFC-star Ronda Rousey, and models Hailey Clauson and Ashley Graham (the first plus-sized model on the magazine’s cover). Don’t miss the  virtual reality feature. Details: si.com/swimsuit

     

    Action underwater
    February 19 | Bond Safari
    How about a ride underwater in an electric scooter? Bond Safari in Kovalam
    is offering experiences on a self-propelled underwater scooter. Imagine shielding your head in a breathable helmet and exploring the deep-sea
    world of Kovalam’s waters. The eco-friendly scooter can travel up to speeds of four km/hr and can be easily taken on three-hour rides. From Rs 6,000 onwards
    (Rs 4,500 for children). Details: 9946550073

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