Purva Grover is a journalist, poetess, playwright, and stage director. She made her debut as an author, with The Trees Told Me So, a collection of short stories. She is the editor of Young Times, a magazine that empowers the youth in the UAE. She conducts fortnightly writing workshops, author interaction events, open mic sessions, etc. for the writing fraternity in UAE. Her stage productions have been recognised for their boldness, honesty, and unique voice. She is backed with a post-graduate degree in mass communication and literature. Born & brought up in colourful-chaotic India, she writes in English and currently resides in Dubai, UAE. You can stalk her on Instagram @purvagr and say hello to her at purvagrover.com
We speak to three UAE who sell desserts aka joy.
We are slowly returning to work but are holding on to the brewing skills we picked up during the WFH days, investing in various brewing tools to perfect the cuppa
Sample from a home-grown eatery in Karama inspired by Indian street food.
When the makeup of evil characters is enough to make you smell the filth and fear in the air
As we tucked into this Italian meal, we couldn't help remembering the famous book and novel 'Eat Pray Love'.
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There's nothing a bowl of biryani can’t fix
Time for a petit-dejeuner in Dubai at Parlour Boutique, a contemporary French space.
We speak to local and global brands to understand how they and us as fashion enthusiasts can save the planet.
By now, we know that there’s a day dedicated to celebrating all things good, right? And today (June 4) happens to be the National Cheese Day. So how does one enjoy one of our most loved foods? Well, by consuming it the correct way (read:...