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  • Guess what?: 2PM to light up Jakarta

    JAKARTA: South Korean boy band 2PM will visit Jakarta on Dec. 5 on its world tour to promote its new full-length album Go Crazy!

  • Gondrong Gunarto, Striving for a gamelan metamorphosis

    Contemporary gamelan musician Gondrong Gunarto has been familiar with traditional wayang shadow puppet plays, Javanese dance and poetry singing since childhood.

  • Guess what?: Maia reveals businessman boyfriend

    Singer Maia Estianty has revealed a little about the man she has been seeing since her divorce from musician Ahmad Dhani in 2008.

  • Guess what?: Ringgo addicted to social media

    Actor and presenter Ringgo Agus Rahman says he depends on social media for the latest information.

  • Reza Rahadian watches two films per day

    As panel judge for the Indonesian Film Festival (FFI), prominent actor Reza Rahadian said he had to watch 46 feature films in 20 days to prepare for the festival.

  • Guess what?: Sandhy releases 4th album in Berlin

    JAKARTA: Singer Sandhy Sondoro recently released his latest album, titled Vulnerability, in Berlin, Germany. The album, his fourth, was previously launched in Indonesia in August.

  • Guess what?: Whulandary brings own food to work

    JAKARTA: Former Putri Indonesia Whulandary Herman says she likes to bring home-cooked meals when she has to work long hours.

  • Guess what?: KLa releases new compilation album

    JAKARTA: The KLa Project is launching a new album titled Grand KLakustik to celebrate its 26th anniversary. Songs on the album were taken from the band’s “Grand KLakustik Concert” last year, which was organized to commemorate the rockers’ quarter-century in the music industry.

  • Guess what?: Joshua enjoys hosting TV show

    JAKARTA: Former child singer Joshua Suherman says he wants to shift from music to presenting on television.

  • Guess what?: Ria has cancer, undergoing chemo

    JAKARTA: Ria Irawan says she’s undergoing chemotherapy for a lymphoma.

  • Guess what?: Pandji preaches time managment

    JAKARTA: Comic Pandji Pragiwaksono says a drive for success is keeping him busy.

  • Guess what?: Iko goes Hollywood for ‘Skyline’ sequel

    JAKARTA: Local martial arts superstar Iko Uwais will be headlining the upcoming Hollywood sci-fi action film Beyond Skyline according to Variety.

  • Guess what?: Joe eyes role as double threat

    Actor Joe Taslim says he’s planning to make his bow on stage as a singer.

  • Guess what?: Tara tells of Sumba’s sunrises, sunsets

    Actress Tara Basro says she was dazzled by the sunrises and sunsets when shooting Pendekar Tongkat Emas (The Golden Cane Warrior) on location in East Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).

  • Guess what?: Dallas plays HIV-positive character in new film

    JAKARTA: Actor Dallas Pratama said he would play an HIV-positive person in his latest film, Unlimited Love, which is set to hit theaters on Nov. 27.

  • Guess what?: Future film about Hatta

    JAKARTA: The biography of one of the country’s founding fathers, Muhammad Hatta, will be made into a movie, expected for an August release next year.

  • Guess what?: Rocket Rockers sing about college woes

    JAKARTA: Pop punk band Rocket Rockers has chosen “Mimpi Jadi Sarjana” (Dream of Becoming a Scholar) as the first single off its new album, Merekam Jejak (Recording a Trail).

  • Guess what?: Junot prefers film to TV

    JAKARTA: Herjunot “Junot” Ali says he wants to focus on big-screen roles rather than soap operas so he can grow as an actor.

  • Guess what?: Slank readies for world tour

    JAKARTA: Legions of Slank fans will be excited to see the iconic rock band head for busy days next year, as members say plans for a world tour are well under way.

  • Guess what?: Laksmi talks about bird flu and food

    JAKARTA: Author Laksmi Pamuntjak is releasing Aruna dan Lidahnya (Aruna and Her Palate), a semi-fictional look at friendship, traveling and food built around the avian flu outbreak, tempo.co reported on Thursday.

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