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Saturday, 14 July 2012 08:35 administrator
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Engine flushing is a procedure that is used to clean the engine of sludge and other elements that build up in the lubrication system of mostly diesel and petrol engines. The main purpose of an engine flush is to clean and unblock the oil ways, prolonging the engine life.

Periodic flushing helps the components of the engine remain relatively clean and thus operate at optimum levels. But the biggest question is how often it should be done. When you look at many service cards for vehicles, they are flushed every service.

Friday, 06 July 2012 13:01 By Dominic Muwanguzi
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Artist goes beyond boundaries of nudity, politics, and taboo

As a celebration of his ten years in the local visual art industry, Ronald Ahimbisibwe a.k.a Ronex has staged an exhibition “Beyond Boundaries”, a composition of his rich and diverse profile as a sculptor, painter, and printmaker.

Ronex explains that the exhibition which opened on 22 June at Afriart gallery in Kamwokya is his self-portrait as an artist.

Friday, 06 July 2012 12:51 administrator
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Shell Uganda recently held a competition that was open to drivers who would come with their vehicles, get fueled by Shell and then hit the road to find out which driver could cover a distance of 190km with the best fuel consumption.

Friday, 06 July 2012 09:41 administrator
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The tendency by the young generation to think it is too early to think about what their life will be like is common but the problem usually lies in the lack of knowledge on what he or she wants in life.

Sunday, 01 July 2012 07:54 By Dominic Muwanguzi
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Six sculptures reveal unknown side to the artist

During his solo exhibition dubbed: I speak “Elephanish” in April   last year at Afri Kotemp Gallery located on Hannington Road, Wasswa Donald exhibited wildlife paintings and sculpture specifically  elephants. The wildlife was symbolic to the daily day to day life activities within the community he lives in.

That particular exhibition however, never gave any clue to his new solo exhibition taking place now at the same art space he exhibited in last year. If it did, may be it were the sculptures made of ebony and mugavu timber which incidentally have recently become a forte of his art.

Sunday, 01 July 2012 07:49 administrator
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Here is why they may be in your future and why they can get such high fuel economy

If you think of diesels as the smoky, slow car from the 70’s, think again.  Today’s diesels are clean burning, powerful, and reliable.  The newest common rail technology cars are so quiet and clean that a bystander would never know the car is a diesel by the sound or smell.

Friday, 22 June 2012 09:33 administrator
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The great virtue of David Maraniss’s huge and absorbing new biography is to demonstrate that Obama’s saga in its full and previously unexplored detail is more surprising and gripping than the version the world is familiar with.

The engrossing parts of “Barack Obama: The Story” are not the ones that created the most pre-publication buzz: the diary entries from one of Obama’s girlfriends in his New York days in the early 1980s. This was Genevieve Cook, a white Australian, who let Maraniss quote the notes she made during her infatuation with Obama and eventual estrangement — including the judgment that for all his initial charm, he proved to be too cool and distant. In the context of current politics, that may seem a relevant insight. The rest of Maraniss’s chronicle, which very minutely traces the president’s African and American lineages back for more than a century, is far more unusual.

Friday, 22 June 2012 09:04 administrator
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Dust and improper cleaning is your worst enemy

Maintenance of convertible tops is relatively straightforward. They may seem fragile at first, but with adequate precaution can be kept looking as new as the rest of the vehicle.

There are two primary types of convertible top material--canvas (i.e., “rag top”) and vinyl. If there is windowing, it is usually made of plastic and less frequently glass. Maintenance of these surfaces, as with all vehicle surfaces, is part of a systematic approach to detailing the entire vehicle.

Friday, 15 June 2012 10:00 By Serubiri Moses
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Joel Sebunjo teaches music, supports performances and offers mentorship in three primary schools around the suburbs of Kampala city. Courtesy photo. A monthly night that began running in January, showcases undiscovered musicians.

By 8pm the gallery was full although the performances had not yet started at MishMash, a gallery, café, and lounge combo at plot 28 Acacia Avenue in Kampala city’s upmarket Kololo area.

Iso Marshall, the curator of the Acoustics Session, was on the phone with some of the musicians telling me with a shrug afterwards that one of them had cancelled at the last minute.


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