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    Vatican's Sistine Chapel hosts first ever live online concert

    Life, Published on 24/04/2018

    » The Vatican's Sistine Chapel, an artistic Renaissance jewel, opened up to the digital age on Sunday with the first live concert streamed over the internet from the famous sacred space.

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    What’s trending and happening this week

    Muse, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 09/06/2018

    » 1. If you're a fan of Line and all its loveable characters such as Brown, Cony, Sally and more, head to Siam Square One to visit the newly launched Line Village Bangkok. The world's first Line Friends' indoor theme park covers three floors, with its 1,500m² ground packing digital adventure and retail store. Different VR games are available inside, plus there are tons of selfie opportunities all visitors can get with their favourite Line characters. See Moon's rooftop and laboratory. Sit in James' flamboyant room. Drop the bass with DJ Brown. Visit www.linevillagebangkok.com for tickets and information. Entry is 850 baht for adults and 650 baht for kids and seniors. Opens daily from 10am-10pm.

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    Hear her roar!

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/04/2018

    » Katy Perry, pixie-haired and ever ebullient, roared through her second appearance in Bangkok on Tuesday night with professionalism, humour and ease. This pop-spectacle is as much a visual experience as it is an aural one -- in fact, the visual overwhelmed our attention for the most parts of the 120-minute gig. The stage -- and wardrobe -- dripped with red at one point, shimmered with silver at another, and Perry's team deployed a full arsenal of wacky props, girlish delight and zany sight gags. We even had a fart joke at one point, perhaps the first I ever heard live on the stage from Impact Arena. Perry's appeal cuts a broad swathe across the demographic, and we had a rainbow of humanity thronging the hall: office types, teenagers, party animals, hipsters, Cosplay queens, the LGBT camp, celebrities, people who think they're celebrities, girls in candy-coloured wigs, parents and children -- I mean, first-graders and stuff, lots of them in fact, arriving in cheerful anticipation and looking tired when the proceedings advanced past 11pm. In all, it looked like a cross section between the crowd at a Madonna gig and Disney On Ice. Such is the strange pull of Perry.

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    The Shakespeare brothers

    Life, Published on 06/04/2018

    » Unlike many historical fiction writers, Brit Bernard Cornwell doesn't specialise in a particular period. Rather, his interests encompass virtually the lot. And when he chooses a popular age, it's because he finds something in his research that his colleagues have missed.

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    Polish percussionist to team with Thai pianists

    Life, Published on 27/03/2018

    » Polish percussionist Lukasz Kurzydlo will give a Bangkok debut performance, accompanied by three local pianists, during the "Piano X Percussion" concert at Sala Sudasiri Sobha, Lat Phrao 41 on Sunday at 4pm.

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    Bringing home tolerance

    Muse, Published on 17/03/2018

    » In fiery red and beaming with happiness, Nguyen Huong Giang won the crown of the famed transgender beauty pageant Miss International Queen 2018 -- held last week in Pattaya -- in front of a cheering crowd within Miss Tiffany's Show Theatre, which has been home to this competition since its beginning in 2004.

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    Taiwanese pianist Weiyin Chen returns to play with RBSO

    Life, Harry Rolnick, Published on 03/04/2018

    » Few names in classical music are as dreaded and venerated as New York Times reviewer Anthony Tommasini. The lanky writer, expressionless, tieless, inevitably seated on the aisle in Carnegie Hall or Lincoln Center, gives little indication of his thoughts during a performance. But within 24 hours, his printed judgements will have reached millions. And like a Roman Emperor signalling "up" or "down" to a gladiator, his opinions to a young artist can mean professional life or death.

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    Zero To Hero

    Brunch, Published on 25/02/2018

    » D Gerrard/ Zero EP

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    Petite's Grand Debut

    Brunch, Chantiya Potayarom, Published on 10/12/2017

    » 'The Voice Thailand' graduate offers up a sleek melange of pop, R&B, nu-soul and jazz sounds on her impressive debut record about a breakup 'High Soul'.

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    For queens and country

    Brunch, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 18/02/2018

    » Grab your wigs and get yourself properly tucked. Drag Race Thailand has descended upon us, and is taking Bangkok by a storm.

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