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Art In Life

(CIMA Gallery, September 10-October 1) lAn exhibition of traditional Indian handicraft for contemporary living, focussing on the influence of design in our lives. A range of products by designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee (picture above) will also be launched. Inauguration by actress Rituparna Sengupta, on Wednesday, at 11 am.

Virasat 2003

(On through the week) lThe Spicmacay cultural festival is on in full swing, with GD Birla hosting Shaoli Mitra on Saturday, 10.30 am, Girija Devi (picture above) on Monday, 10 am, and Buddhadeb Dasgupta, on Tuesday, at 3 pm. Also keep pace with Priti Patel at MB Girls on Wednesday, 12.30 pm, and at Ashok Hall, 1.30 pm

Heavier Than Heaven

(Charles R. Cross) lThe biography of rock n roll legend Kurt Cobain tells an extraordinary story of artistic brilliance and the pain that extinguished it. A definitive documentation of the Nirvana man, one of the most creative and troubled music geniuses of our times.

The Best Of The Byrds

(Volume II) lGnawing at the very foundation of rock music, The Byrds always three paces ahead of their time had introduced folk, electronic and country strains to pop, throwing folk-rock into the clutches of eager imitators. This set showcases the group at its creative peak
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