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If you missed the critically acclaimed drama Museum Hours last week, the Austin Film Society is bringing you one more chance to catch it on the big screen. You can check it out on Sunday afternoon at the Marchesa. That's also where you'll find a brand-new digital restoration of Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme's 1963 documentary Le Joli Mai on Tuesday evening and the Essential Cinema screening of Ozu's Floating Weeds in 35mm on Thursday night.
The Drafthouse's new "Tough Ladies In Cinema" series delivers To Kill A Mockingbird this weekend. You can spend Saturday and Sunday afternoons with Scout and Atticus Finch at the Alamo Lakeline and Slaughter Lane locations. Slaugher also has an "Afternoon Tea" screening of Elizabeth on Saturday and a Bonnie and Clyde beer dinner on Sunday (also part of the Tough Ladies lineup).
The Alamo Ritz has a special Mondo Veterans Day presentation of Oliver Stone »
- Matt Shiverdecker
New Delhi, May 20: You wear gold bangles, necklaces and earrings, but how about drinking some gold? 51 Buckingham Gate, part of The Taj Group of Hotels, and Luxor Champagne, has introduced a 24 karat gold afternoon tea, which includes edible gold.
The special tea, launched in Britain, features half a bottle of sparkling wine Luxor pure gold 24 karat Brut Champagne, which includes flakes of 24 karat gold. The offering is targeted at London's afternoon tea aficionados, according to a statement.
Inspired by Luxor, chef Vikas Milhoutra, has created a series of delights, also made with edible gold. The 24 Karat Gold Afternoon Tea includes. »
- Machan Kumar
Simon Cowell supports Health Lottery because there is not enough money to support good causes in the UK. The music mogul was hosting the fund's Afternoon Tea at Claridges Hotel in London yesterday (28.03.13) and explained he thinks it's a vital part of helping those in need, particularly when the economy is poor. Speaking at the event, he said: 'There's always some cynicism in this country about some commercial enterprises. 'We don't have enough money in this country to support locals charities and that's why the Health Lottery is so important.' The 53-year-old star added the appeal of the fund is it combines the chance to 'win money' with a way of providing those in need with 'support.' He explained: »
Brendan Cole is taking a break from dancing to spend time with his family. The 'Strictly Come Dancing' is father to three-month-old daughter Aurelia with his wife, Zoe Hobbs, and after recently finished the show's Licence To Thrill live tour wants to concentrate on raising his family. Speaking at the Health Lottery Afternoon Tea, hosted by Simon Cowell at Claridges Hotel in London today (28.03.13), Brendan said: ''I'm very hands on and I want to continue that. I did the first few nappy changes and am trying to be as helpful as I can be. It's an important job I'm taking very »
Britain's Prince Charles is a fan of 'Little Britain'. The 64-year-old royal enjoys watching the comedy sketch show, starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams, after being sent the box set from their celebrity friend, American comedienne Joan Rivers. She told the Daily Star newspaper: 'I love 'Little Britain'. I sent it to Prince Charles and he loved it. He really loved it. 'It's insane, beyond funny, laugh out loud.' Charles and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, are also fans of BBC series 'Strictly Come Dancing' and backed Girls Aloud beauty Kimberley Walsh and her partner Pasha Kovalev during the last series, even vowing to call and vote for their favourite contestant. Kimberley tweeted last year: 'Afternoon tea with the »
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