5 things to do today in Dubai

Check out a photography exhibition or dine on food from the US South

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on December 25:

Check out a photography exhibition: The group photography exhibition ‘Contrast of Time’ is themed around capturing ordinary moments in life that we often miss.
Until January 9. Cuadro Fine Art Gallery, Building 10, DIFC Gate Vilage (04 425 0400).

Pick up a last-minute beauty gift: Head to Sisters Beauty Lounge to purchase vouchers worth Dhs750 or more and you will receive a free Dermalogica express facial to redeem in January or February 2014.
Until December 31. Sisters Beauty Lounge, various locations including Mirdif City Center (04 284 3554).

Watch a film at IMAX Meydan: What could be cuter and cooler than a film about king penguins? Go see Penguins, an endearing film about one bird’s journey to Antarctica.
From Dhs45. IMAX Meydan, Meydan Road Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3760)

Dine on food from the US South: Celebrate the food of the American South at CLAW BBQ. Any time during the day or night, the eatery will be serving turkey and all the trimmings.
Dhs199 (house grape, hops). Noon-2am. Until December 31. Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 432 2300).

Eat cuisine from across the world: The Radisson Blu in Deira is hosting a festive brunch today and tomorrow. Cuisines include Japanese, English pub grub, Chinese and more.
Dhs199 (food only). Dhs249 (soft drinks). Dhs299 (house beverages). Dhs349 (sparkling grape). Dhs99 (children four to 12). Free for children under four. 12.30pm-4pm. Until December 26. Radisson Blu Hotel, Deira (04 205 7333).

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