We went to the Singapore premiere of A Chorus Line, a Broadway musical about dancers auditioning to be in the chorus line in a Broadway musical. If you are confused, don't be: timeless themes of struggle and success are what this show champions. Read our review here.
We kick off May with our monthly cover note and wonder: in spite of so much efforts to create cultural buzz, are Singaporeans just not getting it or is there a new breed of us taking over? In this post: Asia Fashion Exchange and Singapore Arts Festival.
ERIIN's gained much buzz since the online fashion retailer launched in January. Co-founder Kate Tan joins us in an honest discussion about the state of Singapore fashion at their trunkshow, These Are Our Heroines.
Singapore production The Kitchen Musical scores for writing at the accaimed New York Festivals, which affirms that 1) combining music, drama and food is great TV, and 2) we may see more of Gayle Nerva on TV!
Now that our beloved Prime Minister is on Facebook, we're quite sure he needs a bit of help finding out which Facebook pages to like in the entertainment & lifestyle scene. Here are 10 suggestions that could (hopefully) pique his interest.
Lee Wen's two-and-a-half decade's worth of artwork questioning social identity and construct will be compiled in a new exhibition by the Singapore Art Museum launching on Friday, April 20. Here is what to expect.
Men's Fashion Week is back with more labels showing their latest collections at Marina Bay Sands. Some of these labels you may have heard of; some of them you may haven't. Here's our guide to the 411 of what's showing at MFW 2012 and what to expect.
You may have heard about all the buzz surrounding new Jurong mall JCube, but wait – here's a second mall offering a slightly different approach to suburban-meets-downtown shopping. Here's a few things we think you'll like about new mall JEM (plus a fashion design competition!).
The dreaded curse of the 3D movie: sometimes it does wonders, and at others, you're wondering why was so much money wasted. We think James Cameron spent some good moolah recreating the 3D version. Read through for our review.
We check out Singapore artiste Eli T.'s newest dance record Revolt and decide the standout singles in this album full of ditties and witticisms. Plus, we're giving away 2 copies – click through to find out how to win!