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Keep your pooch warm and comfy in the wet months

Dogs love to play in water, swimming being their most happy sport. As a pet owner, it is crucial to understand that taking dogs out for a swimming session is different from letting them get wet in the rains. Rainwater is slightly acidic and is definitely not your fur baby’s best friend.
Ankush Battoo Aug 20, 2018 00:00 IST

Take a rain check this season and... make a splash!

Ditch your go-to flared denims for a pair of shorts when it’s pouring. Team it with a tee and a water-resilient jacket for the fun factor, like Frederika Park, one of our two models for the day. 
Aug 20, 2018 00:00 IST

Bored of your handbag? time to give it a makeover

Bags are more than just a style statement. They are a reflection of your personality as you carry your world around with you. Have you ever wanted to give your bag a new look, instead of buying a new one once you’re bored with it? Think adding a fur collar or changing the straps. 
Aug 20, 2018 00:00 IST

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He’s the man of the moment in the Indian F&B scene and you’d expect a chef who feeds the likes of Halle Berry and Mick Jagger to be self-conscious of his importance. But Manish Mehrotra — the corporate chef of Indian Accent, in Delhi, New York and London — is as disarming as the food he cooks. In Calcutta for a culinary workshop for YFLO, Mehrotra chatted with t2oS on raising awareness about pan-Indian flavours. 
Anannya Sarkar Aug 19, 2018 00:00 IST

A hypnotic visual and auditory experience 

The music film, Drones World Tour, which captures the English rock band Muse’s worldwide concert tour spanning 130 shows in Europe, Asia, North and South America, is an audio-visual sensory delight. To the joy of all Muse lovers in the city, the film was screened at INOX (Quest) and INOX (South City) on July 29.
Aug 18, 2018 00:00 IST

t2 browses through eight photo books on Calcutta that can’t be missed

Parineeta director Pradeep Sarkar captured the sentiment of many lensmen when he said “Calcutta is so beautiful, wherever you place a camera, you get a vision”. From the first sight of Howrah bridge that you stumble upon when you come out of the bustling railway station to the banks of the Ganga, there is always a moment waiting to be framed in the city’s stillness, and no one did it better than some of the stalwarts featured in this page. 
Shrestha Saha Aug 18, 2018 00:00 IST

It’s time to Level up in sector V

With underground vibes and an elevated DJ booth, a slick new party spot, Levels — The Club, opened doors in Sector V. The impressive 8,500sq ft space is divided into nine sections, so there’s something for everyone. You can catch up with friends on the expansive first floor, or celebrate your birthday in the plush private section or boogie to a live band after work or simply de-stress by playing video games. 
Aug 17, 2018 00:00 IST

The Bhimanis — Rita, Kishore and Gautam — recollect their rendezvous with the ultimate charmer, Imran Khan

He would neither suffer fools nor ever get to backslapping terms, the ultimate patrician
Aug 16, 2018 00:00 IST

Live piano + silent movie = a melodious match

Dinara Klinton starts the show by playing Franz Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 on the piano. How did the kids in the audience at Kala Mandir recognise the piece? The music of one of the Tom and Jerry episodes! This is how Cinema in Concert, presented by Showhouse in association with t2, took off on the evening of August 5. 
Aug 15, 2018 00:00 IST

LSE alumni meet with the batch of 2018 from East 

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has always welcomed a large number of students from India every year. This year is no different as eight students from eastern India get ready to fly out to England to be a part of the prestigious institution. To mark the occasion, the upcoming batch met with various alumni members of LSE on August 11 at the British Club on Ho Chi Minh Sarani. 
Shrestha Saha Aug 15, 2018 00:00 IST

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