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  May 24 - May 30
  "Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself." — Harvey Fierstein, American actor and playwright  
Tastes of Ramadan
Fancy an iftar out? Oasis Living has put together a list ofsome of the eclectic offerings around the capital and Dubai >>
Reaching for something higher
Fasting during Ramadan is more than just fulfilling religious expectations, says acclaimed life coach Dr Sumaya Alnasser. There are deep spiritual benefits of the practice too >>
Have a healthy Ramadan
James Heagney, Head Coach at D5 Gym in Dubai, offers a few tips for ensuring adequate nutrition and continued wellbeing when fasting >>
Best foot forward
Getting bespoke shoes is coming back in vogue as people look for comfort and class – and the chance to make a personal style statement >>
Paving ways
UAE-specifc navigation app launched >>


15 May onwards

Sports Night in Danat Al Ain Resort's McGettigan’s.

Iftar at Danat Al Ain Resort's Arabesque from 7pm onwards: Dh110++ per person on weekdays, Dh129++ per on weekends. The hotel will also be serving suhoor in their Ramadan tent from 8.30pm onwards: Dh30++ per person on weekdays, Dh50++ per on weekends.

Al Rikab Restaurant in AESGC's Equestrian Club will be serving iftar from 7 to 9pm and then suhoor until 1am: Dh90 per person, Dh45 for children aged seven to 12. Live entertainment available daily along with a raffle draw.

Iftar buffet at Olive Tree in Aloft Al Ain: Dh120 per person on weekdays, Dh140 per on weekends.

Iftar buffet at Elements in Hili Rayhaan by Rotana for Dh119 from Saturdays to Wednesdays, and Dh139 on Thursdays and Fridays. Suhoor available for Dh59.

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