November 3, 2005     

Aloha! The newsletter is back with interesting new articles and a great contest for all you party lovers.

Our coverage of Bombay and its happenings just got more comprehensive. We introduce two brand new sections Party Speak and People Speak.

The Tuscan Verve Halloween Do kicks off this week's Party Speak. Read all about the frills and thrills Bombay's party animals cooked up.

She's spun thousands and made her mark as one of India's finest DJs. Now read about what makes DJ Pearl tick in our first People Speak feature.

Also read all about the age-old Indian practice that has become a global phenomenon in Yoga, The New Age Pill.

This one's for the fashion aficianados - the Little Black Dress that never fails to impress.

We trace the origins of the festival with the negative spin. Read all about Halloween and what it really means.

Finally we leave you with our choice selections for movies, books, food and shopping with our Pick of the Week.

We at Best of Bombay are looking for students, interested in being our 'College Reps' from colleges around the city. You guys will be representatives of BestofBombay , covering events and other local happenings in and around your college. So send in your applications to , fill in your personal details, a few lines about yourself and don’t forget to mention which college you belong to. The only criterion is that you have to be above 18 yrs.

We’re also looking for part time reporters, specifically residents of the localities between Chembur and Vashi who are interested in doing Restaurant Reviews and Covering other Events. Send in your resumes to

    Drop in at 6 Degrees at The Leela to guzzle down some extraordinary strawberry concoctions as a part of their Cocktail Splash

    Art enthusiasts head over to the Nehru Centre Circular Gallery for artist Nandkumar's Art Exhibition

    Celebrate the festive season with the Diwali Menu at Bistro Chat Masala


    Enjoy food, drinks and all other things Spanish at Trednz at InterContinental the Grand as part of their ongoing Spanish Food Festival

    Sample the best Chinese courses at The Great Wall at the Leela with their Executive Luncheon


    Head over to Zenzi to dance your Sunday blues away with their Salsa Sundays

    Spend your Sundays enjoying performing arts with some great theatre options open for you, starting off with the Shakespearean comedy classic Measure For Measure at the Jamshed Bhabha Theatre at the NCPA

    On a slightly more serious note is Class Of 84 at the Tata Theatre at the NCPA

    If improv is your thing then head over to the Godrej theatre at the NCPA for Imps


    Soulfry at Bandra hosts one of the most entertaining Karaoke Nights up in the burbs

    Pradarshak Art Gallery shocases a Paintings Exhibition by master artist Rajesh Bhowmik


    Its Lipstick Tuesdays at Zenzi, a special Ladies Night with complimentary cocktail, tarot card reading and much more for the fairer sex


    Tempt yourselves with wines and strawberries with Sparkling Strawberries at The Lobby Lounge at The Leela

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