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Gangsters to Run Amok in Bangkok Noir Series

BANGKOK — His moody, noirish gangster flicks have been cited by renowned filmmakers including Quentin Tarantino, Michael Mann, John Woo and even Thailand’s Pen-ek Ratanaruang.

King’s Splash-Free Songkran Party Begins Tomorrow (Photos)

BANGKOK — Palace attendants on Thursday were preparing the venue of a vintage Songkran party commissioned by King Rama X.

Spending Songkran in Bangkok? Here Are 10 Things to Do

BANGKOK — Friends off to an island retreat or road-trip? Not to fear, Songkran in the capital will be packed with events for everyone – and empty roads to get to them.

Northeastern Cool: Isaan Spirit Fest Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK — A spacious art venue in west Bangkok will host a weeks-long festival celebrating all things cool about Thailand’s northeast.

‘Boyce Avenue’ to Cover Bangkok in Song in June

BANGKOK — Three Florida brothers best known for their cover collabs of popular songs will perform in Bangkok for the first time.

Prayuth Jokes About Beheading Soap Actor

BANGKOK — A routine photo op with the cast of a popular soap opera took a dark turn Tuesday when the junta leader joked about beheading one of the actors for speaking supportively of holding an election.

Soviet Arthouse ‘Battleship Potemkin’ Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK — Shout in socialist outrage for the massacred babushkas silently screaming as a baby pram careens down the stairs when a 1925 Soviet silent film charges into a Bangkok film house this month.

Trans Survivor of Nazi Germany’s Story Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK — Relive the harrowing drama faced by a transgender German woman who survived repression by both the Nazis and Soviets in Bangkok.

Bamm! These 5 Indie Artists Are Coming to Bangkok

BANGKOK — The indie music scene in Bangkok is raging. Adding some bam to that boom, a new festival’s partial lineup of international acts was revealed Friday.

Junta’s Offer to Pay For Soap Sequel Likely to Flop

BANGKOK — The military government wants to jump on the bandwagon of a massively popular soap opera by funding its sequel, a move one media critic – and past experience – warns is likely to backfire.

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