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    Silent movie takes Best Film award

    News, Published on 28/02/2012

    » LOS ANGELES : Nostalgia ruled at the Oscars, with the classic film homages The Artist and Hugo dominating with five awards each, Meryl Streep winning her first best-actress prize in nearly three decades and longtime favourite Billy Crystal returning as host.

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    Portabello Day Cafe

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » This two-year-old, contemporary Western restaurant offers a good variety of comfort food in a lovely, vintage-style setting.

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    Tweets predict Oscars outcome

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » People are constantly finding new ways to gauge the outcome of the Academy Awards, and the latest innovation is the "Senti Meter" (visit www.latimes.com/senti-meter).

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    New restaurant guide

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Local magazine Gourmet & Cuisine has just brought out a guide to chic and otherwise notable new arrivals to Bangkok's eating-out scene. Entitled @First Taste: New Restaurant Guide 2012, the latest guide lists restaurants serving a diverse range of cuisine, from Thai and Isan, to Japanese, Korean and home-style Italian. The publication also includes details on decor and ambience, plus tear-out coupons offering discounts of up to 25% at certain eateries. It retails for 75 baht and available in bookshops across town.

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    Singing the praises of reading

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Asia Books is holding two reading-oriented talks tomorrow afternoon at its renovated and enlarged branch on the sixth floor of the CentralWorld shopping complex.The first, entitled "How Do Thai Children Prepare Themselves to Speak English?", starts at 4pm and will feature two speakers: Somkiat Onwimon, the media personality and former senator; and Christopher Wright, owner of Wright English Club, a deejay and the presenter of Chris Delivery, an English-language teaching programme on TV Channel 5.

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    Celebrating a music industry great

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Is Song Hits presents "Plern Pleng Kab Lek Wongsawang", a charity concert held to commemorate the first anniversary of the passing of Lek Wongsawang, the late renowned DJ of the 1960s, who was also a great contributor to the Thai music industry. It will take place at Siam Niramit Theatre this Saturday, from 2-5pm.

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    Pets and prizes

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » All pet lovers are invited to bring their four-legged friends for some fun during the "Future Park & Pet Expo Got Talent 2012", to be held at Future Park Rangsit's Alive Park Hall from March 1-4.

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    Royal Anthem in Vintage form

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Next year marks the centennial of the Royal Anthem _ and to celebrate the milestone, the Thai Flag Museum is holding special activities this Thurs to give the public an idea of how it originated and has evolved over the years. The current version was penned in 1912 by King Vajiravudh, its wording adapted from a composition by Prince Naris.

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    Know the score

    Life, Ung-Aang Talay, Published on 28/02/2012

    » For whatever irrational reason, classical music listeners often think of film scores as a somewhat suspect genre. Discs of movie music won't be prominent in their collections. This prejudice doesn't hold true for movie music written by major composers _ people familiar with Prokofiev's scores for Alexander Nevsky or Lieutenant Kije must greatly outnumber those who have seen the films _ but many otherwise alert listeners are often oblivious, consciously, at least, to the artistic accomplishment represented by a good film score.

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    Tyga

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Careless World (Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Republic)

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