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Tue 16 Sep
Let homegrown jazz and soul quintet The Steve McQueens bring your weary Tuesdays to a close at The Powder Room, the mezzanine lounge of The Black...
19 Cecil St (8181 3305)
Wed 17 Sep
Everyone’s favourite duo and their band, EIC, commence their residency at Timbre @ The Substation this Wednesday night. Groove to the familiar...
45 Armenian Street (6338 8277)
Wed 17 Sep
Celebrate the arrival of the mid-week with William J (pictured) and Ming who will be spinning a dance floor-focused mix of nu-disco, modern house...
20 Upper Circular Rd (6538 2928)
22 Aug-18 Sep
The famed Indonesian artist depicts Javanese life through paintings, photographs and sculpture, handling themes of country life and the struggles...
47 Malan Road (6694 3727)
As part of evian's Live Young Now campaign that espouses spontaneity, fun and a spirit of carpe diem, the brand will be giving out over 200,000...
Price: from $12.00 to $18.00
This top-notch attraction contains 8,000 birds from 600 species. There’s a multitude of exotic and endangered South-East Asian species,...
2 Jurong Hill (6265 0022)
Set in the leafy environs of Dempsey, this colonial bungalow offers a range of restaurants, Carnivore Brazilian Churrascaria and Beets Modern...
22 Dempsey Road
Just around the corner from Singapore Art Museum, this privately owned gallery on the second floor of an old, converted Catholic school...
51 Waterloo Steet (6336 0915)
Nestled among the HDB flats in the Redhill area is Aseana Gallery. Founded six years ago, this artist-run gallery aims to offer affordable art...
61 Lengkok Bahru (6479 8389)
Price: from $12.00 to $16.00
This 90-minute guided tour takes place at the Asia Pacific Breweries plant in Tuas and begins at the Visitors' Hall, where two videos will be...
459 Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim (6860 3005)
It starts in a field, as a group of men – all black – are huddled too-close together, looking as if the frame itself is going to crush them....
Men of steel and iron have grunted their way through blockbusters. But you’re not going to see anything as tough – or as goddamned manly –...
You’ll want to love Irving (Bale), the half-smart schmo first seen finessing an elaborately glued comb-over in the mirror – and you’ll...
It should have been the top story, but instead it's been bumped to the back of the hour: '...and in other news, the "Anchorman" sequel is...
Intelligently engaging the zeitgeist without sacrificing suspense, Arbitrage arrives as one of the year’s most undervalued assets. Not only is...
Born in Wisconsin in 1974, Tim Sullivan has established himself as a multimedia artist over the years, working with everything from photography to...
1 He might not have been where he is now without mahjong: ‘My earliest memory of being creative – and destructive – was whenever the...
Dutch brand Suitsupply arrives in Singapore mid-month.
As the prestigious ICON de Martell Cordon Bleu photography award returns to Singapore for the fifth year, the nominators tell Gwen Pew about their...
SIFA's Double Bill: I Stand Corrected/Hatched deal with tough issues of homophobia, corrective rape and shifting identities, but does so with grace...
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