The Smarter Entertainment Weekly

Hotel Airport Launches 'Beer and BBQ' Offer

Aiming to cater quality food and recreation to the Kathmandu residents, but more specifically to those in the vicinity of the international airport, the three star rated hotel, Hotel Airport,

Guitar Maestro's Auditions held

Guitar Maestro - 'a national level guitarist TV reality show' held its auditions in Kathmandu on 27 July and 29 July for its second season. The auditions were held at Cube the Club, Kamaladi and 53 g...

A Fresh Puff of Air with 'True West'

Poetics Theatre Company's first production - Hannah G Lilly's adaptation of Sam Shepard's "True West" was performed on 20 and 21 July at Moksh, Jhamsikhel.

Mixology Session Concludes

A week long 'Mixology Session' came to a closure on the 28 July, Saturday, which was being held in Ritz Hospitality Management College in Balkumari.

Exchange Program by YAF Ends

The Social and Cultural Exchange Program organized by Youth Action Fund (YAF) on 22 July, came to a close over a discussion session among the participants.

ARTalk Volume II

Exploring the contemporary art scene, the second volume of ARTalk took place at the Nepal Bharat Library.

Civil Mall - Surprise Prizes Distributed

Civil mall organized a program to give away surprise prizes to the shoppers at the mall this Saturday. A total of 21 prizes were given away to the winners randomly selected from the mass of shoppers

Fr!day @ The Factory - Chapter 1

The last Friday of the month of June kick-started the Fr!day @ The Factory events which are to continue for the coming months on every last Friday

A Program on Dermatoglyphics

Sattya Media and Arts held a program which witnessed Sejal Vora, Vice President of IMI (Institute of Multiple Intelligence)

Dhukuti's New Range Launched

The annual launch of new products at Dhukuti took place on 24 June, Sunday. The launch saw introduction to different categories of products including tableware,

Go Green 'Cycle Rally'

n the early hours of 5 June, more than 300 employees of Hotel Annapurna were already out on the streets