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    Kamikaze's singers reunite

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 12/06/2019

    » June must be a happy month for fans of singers from Kamikaze, since it will bring back two reunion shows of former top artists from the music label of the same name.

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    A better you behind bars

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 12/06/2019

    » Although drag queen Golf* and tomboy Tee* are so different especially in terms of outer appearance and gender identity, they have one thing in common. Both -- representing the LGBT community at the Chanthaburi Provincial Prison -- have used their talents to become role model prisoners.


    Underwater folly

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 12/06/2019

    » In the aquatic chamber, the tank looms. Encrusted and barnacled, the mighty war machine has become a home of fish and corals. It seems incapacitated, abandoned, useless. Such is an illusion: if the tank is submerged, we're down there with it, drowned in that inexorable aquarium. Look, its gun still points at us, and its shadow all-consuming.

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    The silent assassin

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 11/06/2019

    » The downpour that began late last month declares that Thailand has officially entered the rainy season. But it also serves as a warning sign to stay vigilant for dengue fever.


    The clarity of a new vision

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 11/06/2019

    » Smelling Clarins' iconic products brings back, for Jenna Courtin-Clarins, childhood memories of when her grandfather asked her opinion about his formulas, in the same way that munching a madeleine dipped in tea reminded French novelist Marcel Proust of sweet moments in the past.


    Nine-day Otop fair at Challenger Hall

    Life, Published on 11/06/2019

    » The Otop Midyear 2019 will kick off this Saturday at Challenger Hall 1-3, Impact Muang Thong Thani.


    The doctor is out

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 11/06/2019

    » Dr John, the High Priest of New Orleans' hoodoo, the Night Tripper and one of the heirs to Professor Longhair's legacy, died last week at the age of 77. He was widely regarded as one of the Crescent City's most accomplished musicians -- a master bandleader, songwriter, guitarist, voodoo showman and pianist. He was comfortable moving between blues, jazz, funk, boogie-woogie and anything else he fancied, and he was known as a keeper of New Orleans' piano traditions.


    New treatments help us stay active into our advanced years

    Life, Published on 11/06/2019

    » Everyone knows that staying active is essential for keeping the body healthy. But when an acute injury or ongoing pain disturbs your active performance -- whether you're a professional athlete or amateur enthusiast -- sports medicine is a great option to help get you back on track and prevent unexpected problems in the future.


    Talented photography duo

    Life, Published on 11/06/2019

    » "Two Realities", a photo exhibition by Hans Meuter and Noah Shahar, promises some exceptional work by the talented duo at RCB Photographers' Gallery, 2nd floor, River City Bangkok, from Thursday until July 24.


    Get more from Singapore

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 11/06/2019

    » The Great Singapore Sale (GSS) is back. This year's edition, GSS: Experience Singapore, takes place from June 21-July 28 and promises to offer plenty of bargains and a unique Singaporean experience.

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