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  • Dress that 'greatly resembles' stolen Nyong'o gown recovered

    A dress that strongly resembles the custom gown taken from Lupita Nyong'o's hotel room earlier this week has been recovered, a sheriff's official said Friday.

  • All the President’s shows: A binge-watcher’s guide

    Thirteen episodes of House of Cards won’t last binge viewers long, so here’s a selection of television shows about the men — and women — who find themselves thrust into absolute power that viewers may find absolutely delightful.

  • Tributes pour in for Leonard Nimoy, aka Mr Spock

    President Barack Obama joined Leonard Nimoy's co-stars from "Star Trek" to bid adieu to the actor who died Friday aged 83 after making his name as "Mr Spock."

  • Kanye tweets apology to Beck, Bruno Mars

    Kanye West is saying he’s sorry to Beck.

  • Woman wins award for best drama at Saudi Film Festival

    A female Saudi film-maker won an award for best drama at the Saudi Film Festival, the chief juror said Wednesday, hailing a higher quality of entries despite the kingdom's cinema ban.

  • ‘Australians reporting on Indonesia’

    The article “Australians reporting on Indonesia” published on this page on Feb. 23 incorrectly stated that Russ Tapsell said that Australian journalists maintained a vendetta against the Indonesian government after the Balibo 5 incident. What Tapsell said was that some Indonesian and Australian officials believed that Australian journalists had a vendetta. We regret the error.

  • Recycling for a greener environment

    An old man returned home with a white sack filled with used bottles. He took three different bottles and in less than an hour turned them into a lamp.

  • Djathi Koesoemo: Indonesia’s Bob Hope Javanese cosmology hoofs for heritage

    A man and woman are neighbors. The woman insists on sitting outside to breastfeed her baby. The man next door calls out: “Ibu, please don’t keep opening your window or you’ll wake my child”.

  • Book Worm: Rian Ekky Pradipta; Learning about musical heroes

    Singer-turned-children’s activist Rian Ekky Pradipta views reading as a luxury. As vocalist for Jakarta-based band d’Masiv, Rian said he only has time to read news headlines on a regular basis.

  • Australians, reporting on Indonesia

    For the last 70-or-so years, Indonesia and Australia have been in a dynamic relationship, frequently punctuated by tensions.

  • Guess what?: Ariel tangos to stay fit

    Teenage sinetron (soap opera) actress Ariel Tatum says she likes to dance to keep in shape.

  • Guess what?: Donna envies hubby over Camp Nou visit

    Presenter Donna Agnesia says that she is jealous of her husband, actor and presenter Darius Sinathrya, who recently visited FC Barcelona’s headquarters at Camp Nou.

  • Garin Nugroho: Bringing politics into focus

    While Garin Nugroho likes making movies about politics and history, the nation’s foremost auteur director says he has no interest in making a film about the nation’s handsome and dashing first president.

  • Danar Hadi: Redefining tradition for Chinese New Year

    “This year, our in-house designers wanted to go all out in representing Chinese culture in our collection.

  • Dynand Fariz: Jember’s artistic costume designer

    Grandeur, detail and elegance are just three words to describe the works of designer Dynand Fariz.

  • African jihadism movie 'Timbuktu' wins seven Cesars

    Timbuktu, which won seven Cesar awards -- France's version of the Oscars -- on Friday tells the story of northern Mali under the control of jihadists, in a foreshadowing of the rise of the Islamic State group.

  • albumREVIEWS: ‘Fifty Shades’ soundtrack is a sexy romp

    Fifty Shades of Grey Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Various Artists (Republic Records)

  • Trading his electric guitar for a sitar

    For Asrie Tresnady, 30, the sitar is more than a traditional Indian musical instrument. It’s a means of learning — and a medium for discussion.

  • Kansai Beyond a memorable experience

    Everything is illuminated in the Kansai region of Japan. Thousands of grand mixed-color lights that immediately fill you with a sense of awe shine on the cities of Kobe and Osaka in Kansai every December.

  • Tackling back pain with lasers

    Have you experienced lower back pain for years? If it’s because of a slipped disc, then open back surgery is no longer the only solution.

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