Last Updated: May 24, 2015 11:49

Arts & Culture

Our Nyumba Kumi attempt fails miserably

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Waking up one day, we were shocked to discover a bandit had nicked side mirrors from every car at the estate parking lot.

NEMA’s hollow threats on noise
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It was nice of the environmental officers to finally move in on clubs that have been polluting noise in the city. I mean, compounding the existing garbage and traffic jams, these clubs only add salt to injury.

A different approach in fighting crime
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Away from the guns, bullets and batons, 35-year-old Corporal Sammy Ondimu Ngare of the Kenya Police Service uses gospel music as an extra cache in the fight against evil and crime.

Ngugi recalls his literary walk as Weep Not, Child turns 50
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I began to write books in my second year of college, at 22, ignoring sneers from my fellow students and skepticism from most professors.

Memoir about husband’s brain tumour wins prize
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Visual artist Marion Coutts’s memoir “The Iceberg” about the time she spent nursing and caring for her writer husband Tom Lubbock as he slowly died of a brain tumor was named the winner on Wednesday of the Wellcome Book Prize 2015.

Cartoonists take on freedom and security
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Cartoons. Those caricatures with few words ordinarily seen as source of harmless fun.

After captivating Kenya drama festival, what next for talented students?
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The annual Kenya Schools, Colleges and Universities National Drama Festival is a ritual every budding actor wants to be part of.

Moipei sisters' performance in US excites local music teachers
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The Moipei sisters rocked the AT&T Dome in San Antonio Texas, US, as they performed the American National Anthem at the start of a National Basketball Association match.

Few arguments that publishers and editors will never win
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I do not know if you are aware that the Kenyan state has succeeded in teaching a massive chunk of its population to be snail-shy with their views, but Kenyans must soon learn that some people still do not care one bit about such sterile injunctions.

How to write stand-out stories
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Many of us are creative, but we are also known for being perpetual copycats, in business, music and even writing.

Do scientists make better writers?
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Are scientists better writers? I am talking of trained scientists, engineers and medics. They write good works of art better than` most of those writers trained in art, cultural studies and literature.

‘Run For Your Wife’, you cheater of a husband
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If John had taken advantage of the polygamy law passed last year and legally married both his wives, Mary and Barbara, he would not have faced potential five year imprisonment for bigamy.

You have been naughty: Day HIV test gave me chills
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It was love at first sight, when a full-blooded Ugandan man and a thoroughbred Ugandan woman met at a bar in the country’s Mukono District.

Minishi inducted into Hall of Fame
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When Oliver Minishi rose to receive the Creative and Cultural Artistes Welfare Association (CCAWA) Hall of Fame induction trophy from Education Principal Secretary Dr Belio Kipsang last week, the full house at the imposing Melvin Jones Hall rose in deafening applause to honour a drama icon

Kenya’s heritage falling apart as museums cry out for urgent aid
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The National Museums of Kenya (NMK) risks closure if the Government does not rescue it from a financial crisis quietly ‘eating’ it from within.