Fill Your Senses

The buzz surrounding the annual Singapore Arts Festival is already beginning. Fish out a pen and circle these dates. It’s going to be a wild ride.

Week of February 24, 2006

PISCES (Feb 19-Mar 20): Biologist Rupert Sheldrake regularly riles up the scientific establishment with his theories about telepathy and other taboo subjects. After he published his book “A New Science of Life,” the editor of the prestigious British journal Nature denounced it, saying, “This infuriating tract is the best candidate for burning there has been […]

Mr. Marlin

Despite being tucked away in a suburban pocket, the new Mr. Marlin was packed when we arrived, giving this tiny establishment a nice but noisy buzz. With four rows of tables jammed in together and poor acoustics, everything did feel a bit crowded but at least it was lively. A scan of the menu revealed, […]

Buko Nero

When Buko Nero appeared on the scene in 2000, it took the dining scene by storm. It was one of the first restaurants to offer private dining, where guests dine on a small menu du jour at an affordable price, and tables are kept to a very small number. It also dished up a beautiful […]

Framed for Life

World renowned French eyewear designer Alain Mikli gets personal.

How to Mosaic?

A mosaic of exciting events awaits­—we tell you what to look out for.

Mike Shinoda’s side project, Fort Minor

The rap talent from Linkin Park Mike Shinoda has started solo project
Fort Minor. We sat down with him to determine whether rumors of
him breaking away from the group are true.


Yann Kersale’s Saisons and Re-Flexion-S illuminate.