Spin City

Ride away from these hip bike joints in style.

Pop-Up Will Eat Itself

Just because something’s a marketing ploy, doesn’t mean it can’t be cool, says Terry Ong.

Charting Singapore’s most interesting and influential pop-up moments

June 2004: Comme des Garçons Guerilla StoreDuration: One YearFollowing countries like Berlin and Warsaw, the first unofficial pop-up store opened here to much fanfare. Its cool mix of limited edition products and past season collections were lapped up by the fashionably clued-in. It helped that the setup was forward and cutting-edge during its time, featuring […]

Interview with Claude Girardi

Wendi Gu and Patrick Benjamin chat to the playwright for Twice Removed, which is part of the Closer Studio Series at Esplanade.

Fika Cafe & Bistro

You would’ve thought that a place known for being all booked up for Ramadan dinners would have some great tasting, if not affordable, food. This pretty little joint with all white interiors and leather-bound menus was disappointing on both counts. Pickled fish is the pride of Swedish cuisine, so we just had to try their […]

State of the Art: Month of Photography Asia

The longest-running photography festival is back, now exploring the historical, political and socio-cultural significance of “Memory.” Patrick Benjamin susses out the top three highlights.