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Dreamers and screamers

THE big hair might the gone but Japanese heavy metal remains synonymous with legendary band Loudness, which burst upon the scene in the early 1980s and has maintained its brand of raw rock 'n' roll and slick ballads. The Osaka-raised, Tokyo-based group, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, is set to thump this region with a series of concerts. The band plays KL Live in Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, this Sunday at 5pm.

Genetic? You can give nature a hand

DURING the run-up to the Royal wedding in April, media focus turned to Prince William's thinning hair. Then, at a reception, the groom's father, Prince Charles, who is balding himself, joked: 'It must be hereditary!'

Selangor has no plans to close entertainment outlets

SHAH ALAM: Selangor has no plans to close down any entertainment hubs, including night clubs and massage parlours during Ramadan.

Johor Premium Outlet a dream come true for shopaholics

JOHOR BARU: Shopaholics will invade Kulai starting November, spinning Julius Caesar's famous line into i>veni, vidi, Visa/i(I came, I saw, I shopped).

Set for value appreciation

FUTURE residents of the Pearl Regency Condo-minium can look forward to a luxurious and cosmopolitan sky-high lifestyle when IJM Land Bhd's iconic development at the MetroEast Udini is completed at the end of 2013.

Woodbury Common comes to Kulai on 11-11-11

JOHOR BARU: Shopping for branded products will be the attraction for visitors to Kulai after the Johor Premium Outlet (JPO) opens its doors on the auspicious date of Nov 11 or 11.11.11.

Muhyiddin: Ban fiasco shows DAP-PAS dispute

DENPASAR (Bali): The fiasco over PAS' plan to close entertainment outlets in Kedah shows that the party is powerless against its Pakatan Rakyat partner DAP, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said.

Azizan denies meeting DAP over Ramadan ban

ALOR SETAR: The state government did not meet or hold discussions with the DAP on the controversy over the Ramadan ban on entertainment outlets, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Azizan Abdul Razak.

CI Holdings shares rise to highest level in over a decade

PETALING JAYA: Shares of diversified company CI Holdings Bhd rose to their highest level in more than a decade yesterday on expectations that the speculated deal, where Japan's Asahi Group Holdings Ltd will buy CI Holdings' subsidiary Permanis Sdn Bhd, will be sealed soon.

Need for a balancing act

The DAP has to be the fireman to put out the fires every time PAS goes viral with its Islamic leanings, which should not be the case if the two parties can work things out within the Pakatan Rakyat leadership council.