• Guess what?: Anji launches new album

    JAKARTA: Singer Erdian Aji Prihartanto, popularly known as Anji, has released a self-titled album as a vehicle to expand his career throughout Asia.

  • Guess what?: Cella says in no hurry to get married

    JAKARTA: Mario “Cella” Marcella, guitarist with rock band Kotak, says he is in no hurry to get married, even though he is the only member in the band who is still single.

  • Guess what?: Nia spreads yoga vibe to film crew

    JAKARTA: Filmmaker Nia Dinata says she persuades her film crew to do yoga with her during on-set shooting.

  • Guess what?: After Bali, Vin Rana to visit Bandung

    Vin Rana has travelled from India to Jakarta and then to Bali on his Indonesian odyssey — and now will stop in West Java, according to his Twitter.

  • Korean rocker Shin Hae-chul dies at 46

    Shin Hae-chul, the famed Korean rock star known as “The Prince of Darkness”, died on Monday, five days after he fell into a coma.

  • Guess what?: Arie Untung poses with ghost at Lawang Sewu

    Lawang Sewu, the famed “House of a Thousand Doors”, is said to be haunted, but that didn’t scare away presenter Arie Untung and his wife, Fenita Jayanti.

  • Guess what?: Lula pays attention to autism

    JAKARTA: Celebrity doctor Lula Kamal says that she has deep concerns about attitudes toward people with autism in Indonesia.

  • Guess what?: Raffi’s wedding continues in Bali

    JAKARTA: Celebrity couple Raffi Ahmad and Nagita “Gigi” Slavina held a relaxed and intimate wedding reception in Tabanan, Bali, on Saturday.

  • BookWORM; Marcellino Lefrand: An avid collector of comics

    Marcellino Lefrand, a popular model and actor in the mid-1990s, has turned his interest to his childhood passion: comics.

  • Guess what?: Lola speaks about changing Indonesia

    Filmmaker Lola Amaria recently spoke at an international conference dubbed The Asian Consortium in Hong Kong about ongoing and future social changes in Indonesia

  • Guess what?: Kemal excited by new film

    Stand-up comedian Kemal Palevi says his heart is racing ahead of the release of his film Tak Kemal Maka Tak Sayang on Thursday.

  • Guess what?: Michael Bublé to give first show in Jakarta

    Canadian-born singer Michael Bublé is slated to give his first concert in Indonesia next year, according to promoters.

  • Guess what?: David, Gracia to tie the knot in December

    Pop rock band Noah keyboardist David Albert and presenter Gracia Indri are busy with preparations for their nuptials in December.

  • Guess what?: Judika has baby girl

    Singer-actor Judika Nalon Abadi Sihotang is a happy man after his wife, model and presenter Duma Riris Silalahi gave birth to a baby girl on Monday night.

  • Guess what?: Marcell urges people to become watchdogs

    JAKARTA: Singer Marcell Siahaan says that the excitement surrounding President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s inauguration should die down soon.

  • Nico promotes first action film at Balinale

    JAKARTA: Actor Nicholas Saputra is at the 2014 Bali International Film Festival (Balinale) promoting his new movie, Pendekar Tongkat Emas (The Golden Stick Warrior).

  • Obituary: Remembering a national hero of nutrition

    Darwin Karyadi was honored by former president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono when he was laid to rest at the Kalibata National Heroes Cemetery in South Jakarta after his death at the age of 80 on Oct. 6.

  • Guess what?: Ade wants to make movie on steroid abuse

    JAKARTA: Ade Rai says he wants to make a movie to raise awareness of the side effects of steroids.

  • Guess what?: An end to non-stop Raffi wedding reports?

    JAKARTA: The Indonesian Broadcasting Commission’s (KPI) chief is sanctioning TransTV for airing a stultifying 14 hours of continuous live reports on the wedding of TV personality Raffi Ahmad to Nagita Slavina last week.

  • Guess what?: Raffi ties the knot

    JAKARTA: Actor and presenter Raffi Ahmad has married actress Nagita “Gigi” Slavina in a highly publicized event — which included a day-long TV broadcast and minute-by-minute online updates — at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Jakarta.

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