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Up Close And Personal With The Rubens

On January 9, we experienced a glimpse of Laneway Festival 2013. The Rubens, slated to play the Australian legs of the tour, gave us a resounding performance. I think it would be safe to say we have our hopes held high. This band of brothers, and a childhood friend, is one of the brightest acts…



Singapore's only art walkabout makes its foray into the financial district, where the public can view offices including that of Google's, a law firm and more. Instead of ceding to the glorious sun rays that beckoned me to go tanning, I dragged my lazy ass down to Marina Bay Financial Centre.. and I'm glad I did! Here are ten reasons why you should do the same this weekend.


Up Close and Personal With Dia Frampton

Does the name Dia Frampton seem familiar? To many out there, that name would ring a few bells. After all, she was NBC’s The Voice debut season runner-up, formerly part of alternative rock band Meg & Dia and a children’s book author. Just hours before her debut gig in Singapore, we exclusively managed to get…


Up Close and Personal with Divine Fits

When supergroups are formed, people generally expect a whole lot of arrogance and confidence, slack songwriting and music and a band that’s in it just for the fun of it. However when a certain Divine Fits was formed, the one motif they had was to be a band and deliver nothing but the best. Heralding…


Guo Pei takes Asian Pride to the Next Level

Haute couture luminary, Guo Pei, needs no further introduction. Singapore has struck jackpot with as we managed to come close to her works twice on our tiny red dot this year; the "Ci" collection at Digital Fashion Week, and most recently, her "Legend of the Dragon" collection at Fide Fashion Week.

Hotel Transylvania: Riotous, Fast-Paced And… Selena Gomez?

When we trekked down to The Cathay for the gala premiere of Hotel Transylvania, we were in expecting a mundane animated flick containing the cheesy sequences we have all come to remember like clockwork — laughs for the kids with some poke-here-poke-there physical comedy, crazy camera pans as characters traipse lengths or cavernous spaces seemingly…