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Monday, March 25, 2019

Be Irish For a Day in Pattaya St. Patrick’s Day Parade

PATTAYA — The streets of Pattaya will run green Friday to celebrate the Emerald Isle and the fifth-century Catholic saint who inspires people to drink alcohol every year.

Few Saw Thailand’s ‘Best Picture’ and That’s the Problem

BANGKOK — After winning three top honors at the Thai film industry’s annual awards show, an independent film seen by few will get another big-screen outing for those who missed it this week.

Savor Bad Burger’s Honesty and Inconvenient Truths

Her name floats through the social media feed. Maybe you follow her; maybe you’ve gotten into a spat with her on Bangkok Foodies. With a notable social media presence marked by biting humor and brutal frankness, Poupee Paethanom has stood out in the capital’s food scene, inviting both devotion and derision. Her policy? Honesty always, even if some don’t like it.

Bangkok Band Rages Against Society With Rap + Metal

BANGKOK — “Thai society doesn’t have rights or wrongs, it doesn’t matter if you hit someone with a car and send them to the morgue.”

Happy Jamiversary: Underground Art Bar to Throw Free Party

BANGKOK — Bar-cafe-gallery Jam will celebrate its fourth birthday by doing what it does best: Hosting its extended family of friends for a night of edgy music and digital art.

90s-Defining ‘Underworld’ Offers Heartfelt, ‘Shining Future’ at Bangkok Debut

Photos: Tetsuya Ishikawa From the moment Karl Hyde started strutting around the stage and Rick Smith took his place behind his custom setup to open with...

See Greats of Art and Culture in 8 Docs at River City

BANGKOK — From an acid attack on the former director of the Bolshoi Theater to the life of senile fashion icon Iris Apfel, eight engaging documentaries will screen this month for art and culture lovers.

Cash ‘Flow’ Issues Force Bangkok Surfing Joint Out of Business

BANGKOK — Urban surfers got bad news as Flow House Bangkok, the capital’s only beach club and surfing center, has announced it will close later this month.

Junta Defends BNK48 Frontwoman’s Appearance on Gov’t Show

BANGKOK — A new gig on behalf of the military regime has drawn accusations that a girl group and pop-culture juggernaut is in bed...

Review: ‘The Last Jedi’ a Welcome Disturbance in the Force

A welcome disturbance in the Force, Rian Johnson's "The Last Jedi" is, by wide measure, the trippiest, scrappiest and most rule-breaking "Star Wars" adventure yet.





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