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Beaches, zombies, event previews and big interviews

Knowledge story, The Knowledge

That’s right folks it’s Wednesday, which can mean only two things:

1. We’re just one more day away from the weekend
2. The new issue of Time Out is hitting the shelves of all good newsagents (and probably a couple of average ones, but what can you do?) today.

Because we don’t just throw this stuff together, it is no coincidence that Time Out goes on sale just about the time you are pondering what to do with your glorious two days off. And so it is that this week we are recommending you the city’s best beach clubs that you should check out this weekend, as well as giving you the very first word on Jumeirah Corniche. Opening this month across a stretch of no less than 14km of stunning sand and surf, this epic project has been some time coming but has undoubtedly been worth the wait, bringing this city a single stretch of beachy paradise to play on. Get your copy of Time Out Dubai now to discover just where you should plonk yourself on it for maximum fun factor.

On top of all of that we also give you the advance word on Oktoberfest and Route 94’s Dubai gig, interviews with Gary Barlow and Ben Affleck, reviews of the best sustainable seafood and gourmet shawarma in the city and – of course – handy tips on how to turn yourself into a skeleton, a zombie or Angelina Jolie, whichever you may think is the more frightening get-up for this Halloween.

All of that for just Dhs9? Sounds like a bargain to us, and not just because someone is paying us to write this. So, get yourself down to the shops now to buy your copy and to not miss out!

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