Money Today Archive March 17, 2013 Issue

Edition: March 17, 2013


James Turrell

James Turrell In 2013

Described by Michael Govan, director of the LA County Museum of Art as an artist whose work is known but rarely seen, 70-year-old James Turrell will be showcasing his first exhibition at the Guggenheim in New York since 1980.
  • Swan song to swan lake The film Black Swan was a real clincher for director Darren Aronofsky's career, but it also did a lot for its cast and crew.
  • Alcohol & diet drinks: A bad mix A new study on how mixers affect blood alcohol levels has created the ultimate diet-conscious, social drinker's dilemma.
R Pallavi
Head to these spring favourite destinations and live life, in full bloom.
  • Sneeze Police Did you know there is a right way and a wrong way to cover your nose as you sneeze? Here's an explainer.
Work from home ideas
Taking a few months off between a job change? Here's how you can sit back and use the internet to keep the moolaah flowing in.
  • How to smartly browse on Google A smarter way to browse on Google can save you a lot of time and effort. Here's how you can channelise those searches and get more than what you're looking for.
  • Five underrated vehicles in premium car segment When you think premium cars, think BMWs, Audis and Mercedes. Here's a look at five underrated vehicles in this segment.
  • Power cruiser The Aquila Pro from Hyosung has the Cruiser street creed of a cruiser but the heart of a sportsbike.
  • Men'sHealth: Posture police: Zip up your core Lie on your back in front of the band and grab the handles with your arms straight, Bend your hips and knees a little more than 90 degrees and lift your feet off the ground together.
  • The E-workout partner Noom is a terrific fitness app that combines three key tools to help you stay fit. These include a food tracker, a weight loss planner and an exercise logger.
  • Sun Power Your Home Here's a list of home improvement projects that will let you make the most of this season in the sun.
  • Can Mercedes mini MPV take on Audi Q3, BMW X1? Mercedes does not have an entry-level SUV. So, it has come up with the next best recipe - a mini multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) - to take on the likes of the Audi Q3 and the BMW X1. But, can it?
  • My stuff  Nilesh Pattanayak, MD, South Asia, Bombardier shares his favourite brands.
  • Rolling through the years As the Wraith makes a comeback at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, we go back in time and trace the evolution of Rolls-Royce' icons.
  • Marc Jacobs dresses up diet coke Having stocked wardrobes around the globe with his stylistic designs, designer Marc Jacobs is exploring other media and extending his style repertoire.
  • Cat on a hot tin roof In the latest revival of Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize winning Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, director Rob Ashford's 2013 rendition opened on the night of January 18th at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York and will be staged almost everyday up until the last performance on March 30.
Anushree Basu-Bhalla
The industrial interiors of Iredus
Iredus, the tony foodie hideaway in the corporate heart of Gurgaon, has a couple of tricks up its sleeve.
  • No smoke without fire Fire up the grill, beckon your hungry cronies and bring the party to your backyard.
  • School of Thought Cafe Ludus in MGF Mall, Saket, recreates the American high-school in its funky ambience and aims to score Straight A's with the food.
  • Eat Out In Asia The Miele Guide 2013 enlists Asia's Top 20 restaurants and also unveils an additional 500 places to eat at.
  • A Wine for Your Dal Makhni? Five Indian wines made in heaven for Indian food.

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