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    Some like it Siam

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 29/09/2017

    » New things to do in Siam!? What an obvious story, we hear you say, dear readers! Another one about what's going on in the square mile of Bangkok's beating heart, which has been the epicentre of the city's art, culture and fashion scene since the 70s. Well, actually, new developments have occurred which simply cannot go unnoticed! And while researching the new, we found ourselves re-igniting that old flaming passion we had many years ago for the square. Some things don't change, and other things do, but it's safe to say that if you spend a day here, you'll locate that pulse that gives life to all your inspirations, be filled with new tastes and colours and perhaps pull an all-nighter working on your next big project. Read on to see why.

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    Musicals, movies, pages and stages!

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 07/04/2017

    » This week we sit down with actress and theatre enthusiast Bonnie Zellerbach, known by many Bangkokians for her monumental roles with The Bangkok Community Theatre (BCT). From script-writing and directing to stage design, costume design and acting, you name it, she's done it! Little did we know she has also been cast in several international movies, played a nurse to Christian Bale and penned a few plays of her own. An all round impressive lady who has made a huge contribution to Bangkok's theatre and film scene, so definitely worth a read, folks!

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    The bleached blondie

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 10/06/2016

    » A poem with reason, platinum's so in this season.

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    It's CHOW-time!

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 16/09/2016

    » <b>The setting</b>: You may have been looking for an excuse to visit that swanky new hotel that opened a couple of months ago at the end of Thong Lor. Well, CHOW Café and Bar provides you with the perfect opportunity. Situated right next to the Metropole, the casual dining destination's warm wooden interior, high ceilings and open kitchen is so inviting you might not want to leave. As an establishment that aims to be open longer than it's closed, you can find yourself doing one of many things at CHOW, from eating a 4am breakfast, sipping Parisian cocktails late afternoon, to watching a late night movie on the big screen in its second larger dining area. The walls are decked with local contemporary art that's so edgy and eye-catching so it's just got everything going for it really. #lovethisplace.

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    Nice and Nordic

    Guru, Catherine Faulder, Published on 17/06/2016

    » Why have a kitchen when you have Rocket Coffeebar? We could spend an entire day walking in and out of the S49 branch, or any of the branches in fact. Early breakfast? Brunch? Lunch? Daytime cocktails? Coffee? Smoothies? Dinner? Wine? Anything and everything you could ask for using as much locally sourced and quality ingredients as possible. And it comes wrapped up in this meet and eat culture that just overall adds more colour to life. We're getting a bit too sentimental now.

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