• Guess what?: Lola’s films in Library of Congress

    JAKARTA: Negeri Tanpa Telinga (A Nation without Ears), a feature film by actress and filmmaker Lola Amaria, has become an item in the Library of Congress archives in the US.

  • Guess what?: Christina Perri to highlight Java Jazz

    JAKARTA: Good news for fans of pop singers Jessie J and Christina Perri (right) as the two artists has confirmed their participation in the 2015 Java Jazz Festival (JJF) at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta.

  • Guess what?: Wulan adopts healthy lifestyle thanks to son

    JAKARTA: Actress Wulan Guritno says her family has adopted a healthier lifestyle since her son, Jeremiah Alric Dimitri, was diagnosed with nephrotic syndrome.

  • Guess what?: Raditya releases new book

    JAKARTA: Writer and comic Raditya Dika has released his seventh book, entitled Koala Kumal (Shabby Koala).

  • Guess what?: Rossa hurts spine, going abroad for treatment

    JAKARTA: Singer Sri Roslaina “Rossa” Handiyani says she will go abroad for medical care to treat a spine injury.

  • Guess what?: Pongki prefers music to acting

    JAKARTA: Musician Pongki Barata says that music will always be his priority even though he is set to star in a new film, Anak Kos Dodol (Silly Room Mates).

  • Guess what?: 1D Jakarta tickets up for grab

    JAKARTA: Tweens exult: tickets are now on sale for boy band sensation One Direction’s (1D) first concert in Indonesia, slated for March 25 at Gelora Bung Karno in Senayan, Central Jakarta.

  • Guess what?: Indah covers legendary hits

    JAKARTA: Singer Indah Dewi Pertiwi released new records of her singing hit songs from other pop artists, namely the pop rock bands Koes Plus, Dewa and Padi.

  • Guess what?: Jono divorced after 13 years

    JAKARTA: Jono from rock-blues band Gugun Blues Shelter, has divorced Fauziah, his wife of 13 years, tribunnews.com is reporting.

  • Guess what?: Anggun to judge ‘Asia’s Got Talent’

    JAKARTA: Anggun C. Sasmi will become a judge for the next season of the talent-search show, Asia’s Got Talent.

  • Guess what?: Tony Leung to headline Alibaba’s first film

    Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is making the leap into movie making, tapping a top producer and actor from Hong Kong for its first project, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

  • Guess what?: Monita focuses on second album

    Singer Monita Tahalea says that she’s sworn off social media while recording her second album.

  • Guess what?: Gading looks for parenting tips

    JAKARTA: Celebrity couple Gading Marten and Giselle Anatasya are pooling all their resources to ensure they provide the best possible care for their soon-to-be-born baby.

  • Guess what?: Saykoji debuts as video clip director

    JAKARTA: Hip hop artist Igor Saykoji is trying out a new venture — becoming a video clip director for pop singer Ellino’s latest video.

  • Guess what?: Jessica fond of many sports

    JAKARTA: Actress Jessica Mila says she practices many different sports to stay in shape.

  • Guess what?: Chelsea proud of performance in ’98 movie

    JAKARTA: Chelsea Islan says she’s proud of her work in tyro director Lukman Sardi’s Reform-Era movie Di Balik 98 (Behind ‘98).

  • Guess what?: Anggun shows support for slain French cop

    JAKARTA: Anggun C. Sasmi took to Twitter to express sympathy for Ahmed Merabet, one of the French police officers shot dead during the attack on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo’s office in Paris.

  • Guess what?: How Fallon blew a date with Kidman

    JAKARTA: Not everybody can say he’s blown a date with Nicole Kidman. But Jimmy Fallon isn’t everybody. People.com reported Wednesday that Kidman, who was a guest on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, used the opportunity to divulge that a mutual friend of the pair had once set her up with Fallon.

  • Guess what?: Lukman Sardi sued over ‘98’ film

    JAKARTA: Actor Lukman Sardi has been served with a legal notice by former reform activists over his directorial-debut film Di Balik 98 (Behind 98), kapanlagi.com reported on Thursday.

  • Guess what?: Farhan quits showbiz, focuses on Persib

    JAKARTA: After 21 years in showbiz, presenter and radio announcer Muhammad Farhan has decided to call it quits and focus on managing Persib Bandung soccer club.

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