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Family and friends say goodbye to Gopeng MCA vice chairman

GOPENG MCA vice chairman Phang Tzu Pin’s passing still comes as a shock to his father as the family continues to mourn his death.


Golden oldies to sooth the choice of guests

SIBU: Most who frequent music lounges prefer listening to oldies such as those played by Heart & Soul, a two-piece band from the Philippines.


Singer songwriter not in a hurry to record new albums

Music gives Karen Blackstone a way for her to vent her angst. “But it’s a folky angst,” said the 47-year-old mother of one, who is a familiar face on the live music scene.


Setting his sights on overhauling mall

Sogo (KL) Department Store Sdn Bhd stands at a pivotal turning point with a view to up the ante on growth, as it comes of age celebrating its 21st anniversary.


Canadian skateboarder champions cancer awareness with an amazing journey

SKATEBOARDING across 8,000km is by no stretch of the imagination an easy feat, but skateboarding for a cause close to his heart was the reason that got Rob Dyer, 30, through.


Night walk to support Earth Hour

WWF-Malaysia and Sunway Shopping Malls is organising a Night Walk in support of Earth Hour.


‘The Falcons’ play on with new line-up

THE Falcons began recording in their teens, back in the 1960s, when most musically inclined kids of the same age were singing and dancing in boy bands. But The Falcons were the real deal. They wrote their own music, played their own instruments and practised vigorously to be excellent musicians.


Malaysian rock pioneer recalls how he discovered rock queen, Ella

CLASSIC songs can be written in the most unlikely places. Michael Jackson wrote some of his songs on a tree, George Michael conceived the Careless Whisper saxophone break on a bus and closer to home, Ella and The Boys’ 1980s monster hit Dua Insan Bercinta was conceived in a washroom at the Bier Keller bar in Section 16, Petaling Jaya.


Lembah Pantai Hindu youth give needy kids and the disabled a treat

PEALS of laughter and screams of joy reverberated inside the Girl Guides hall in Brickfields recently. The annual event, called Towards a Caring 1Malaysia Welfare Programme, was organised by the Lembah Pantai Hindu Youth Organisation with the help of volunteers.