Quiet World

Young British painter Sarah Harvey brings the beauty of all things submerged to the surface.

Durian Revolution

The Durian Revolution was an unpopular uprising originating in the South-east Asian city-state of Singapore in the early months of 2011.

New Coffee Joints; Durian Delights; All Things Italian

Addicts Unite Hi, my name is Jalean and I’m a caffeine junkie. If you suffer from serious caffeine-addiction too, get your fix at two of the latest coffee spots. Loysel’s Toy (#01-01 Ture/Sam Tat Warehouse, 66 Kampong Bugis, 9451-0236) is the second venture from the good folks at Papa Palheta (140 Bukit Timah Rd., 9799- […]

Paradise Pavilion

Writers tend to have one too many gripes; it’s kinda in our DNA. And among them—one that’s lodged uncomfortably in the backs of our throats—is the proliferation of overrated, overpriced fine dining, and even mid-range establishments in the Raffles Place/Tanjong Pagar area. So imagine our surprise upon having a meal at this months-old joint. This […]

SoHo7 Café & Bistro

The buzz: When it rains, it pours. Yet another coffee joint to join the ranks of Papa Palheta, 40 Hands and Oriole, SoHo7 Café & Bistro isn’t even three weeks old. Owner-barista-cook Swee Sim wears all three hats, as well as roasts single origin coffee beans every day so she can proudly guarantee freshness within […]

The Evolution of St Etienne

With the charismatic and soothing vocals of Sarah Cracknell, the English group have won die hard fans worldwide. I-S speaks to Cracknell prior to their debut in Singapore.