Anagha M

Biography:

Equal parts North and South Indian, Anagha currently lives in Bengaluru. Behind her glasses and uneven fringe, she writes about music, food, culture, books and movies. Though a travel-bug at heart, she can mostly be found be at home with a frayed paperback, a large mug of tea and some light jazz. This hippie-at-heart wishes she was born in the \'60s. She spends far too much time on the internet than is healthy and considers this piece about herself to be the most difficult one she has had to write.

From popcorn to Mysore Pak, bar chefs are deconstructing snacks and desserts to create innovative
cocktails

Think toast soaked in rum, bacon fat-washed whiskey, popcorn-infused vodka and more. Here are our picks:

21 Mar 2019

Artiste Michael Firestone on his tribute show to Michael Jackson and Leaving Neverland, the controversial documentary

We speak to the dancer and singer before his tribute show, I Am King -  The Michael Jackson Experience, comes to India

14 Mar 2019

We speak to Montblanc about their new boutique at The Conrad Bengaluru and the limited edition James Dean collection

Franck Juhel, Montblanc President, Middle East, India and Africa shares insights about the Indian luxury goods market 

14 Mar 2019

Every weekend, the Watson's in Indira Nagar turns into Puma Shuffle: Here's our review 

This weekend lounge promises a global menu and cocktails designed as a homage to Puma

14 Mar 2019

A new Go Native opens in HSR Layout; here’s what to expect 

The menu has dishes such as Averekkai Stuffed Mini Guntoor Idlis and Moringa Leaves and Corn Soup

11 Mar 2019

Brands like Balenciaga and Gucci bring back chunky dad-style sneakers 

While chunky sneakers may seem like they only belong in your dad’s closet, celebrities Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner are pairing them with straight-off-the-runway outfits

11 Mar 2019

Suryakant Sawhney on Peter Cat Recording Co.’s upcoming album, Bismillah, and his solo project, Lifafa

"I like to explore issues of lifelong guilts, the guilt of holding people back or ignoring the mass injustices we see daily," says the frontman

28 Feb 2019

A sneak peek into chef Manu Chandra's newest venture — Begum Victoria, urban artisanal cheese

Treat yourself to a platter at Toast and Tonic with Bel Paese, Fontina, Brie and more

28 Feb 2019

Prog metal guitarist Plini talks to us about his latest album, Sunhead, ahead of his India tour

The instrumental musician made his Indian debut in Pune at VH1 Supersonic 2018 and he is back in the country this month 

27 Feb 2019

Electronic City’s first brewery, 46 Ounces Brewgarden, opens with international master brewers 

The brewgarden has an lush green al fresco set-up and a global menu

20 Feb 2019

Shruthi Vishwanath brings to life the verses of female Warikari poets 

These poems are on the themes of dissent and defiance

20 Feb 2019

Meet the real Gully Boy: DIVINE, the rapper who inspired the Ranveer Singh movie

From popularising hip-hop in India to representing the voice of the streets, the rapper gives us his thoughts on the movie

15 Feb 2019

From tingmo to littis, here are some regional Indian breads, and where to find them in Bengaluru 

We take a trip to the different corners of the country to pick some must-try breads and the Bengaluru restaurants that serve them

14 Feb 2019

Here’s where dine out on Valentine’s Day in Bengaluru

From Hawaiian delicacies to Instagram-worthy ‘love’ bowls, here are our picks

07 Feb 2019

City Scripts 2019 looks at the city's stories with a focus on dignity and diversity 

We take a look at some of the highlights of the festival by IIHS

07 Feb 2019

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