Vintage time

Longines is celebrating its 185th anniversary in Singapore with an exhibition that retraces its rich history in time-keeping and watch-making.
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The Italian job

Tod's makes la dolce vita easy - whether for work or for play, you're hard pressed not to find something from its collection of immaculately handcrafted shoes, bags, small leather goods, and pret-a-porter to match the occasion. ...

A sharp handling of complicated family matters

JUST when Adam Sandler haters think they can avoid the comedian on the big screen, he decides to port his juvenile brand of humour to every body's home. The Netflix films he has made so far haven't done him much favour, to say the very least...

Old-school metal acts bring the noise

WATCHING Sebastian Bach - the estranged ex-lead singer of Skid Row, not the German classical music composer - rock Kallang Theatre on Wednesday night felt a bit like running into a long-lost friend: you dig the familiarity, recognise the face, then do a double take as you start scrutinising the...

Film festival kicks off with thought-provoking flick

THE 28th Singapore International Film Festival (SGIFF) kicks off on Nov 23 with the highly-acclaimed Mainland Chinese thriller Angels Wear White.

Classical gems and Norwegian delights

ONE of the world's oldest choral ensembles is set to take centre stage at the Esplanade...

Larger than life

Nineties rock icon Mr Big is soldiering on despite drummer Pat Torpey being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. ...

Bewitched by animated fantasy's charms

ANYBODY who thought they'd never see another Studio Ghibli animated feature after its co-founder Hayao Miyazaki shut down the production department in 2013 will be more than pleased with Mary And The Witch's Flower...

Crazy Horse isn't about all that nudity

FEMINISTS might frown on Crazy Horse but that hasn't stopped the cabaret from being a Parisian institution and global phenomenon. ...

Inspiring other women with their real-life stories

OFFICE manager Molly Lim has always dreamed of acting on stage, but has kept her passion under wraps - until this weekend, that is.

National pastime

Wee Li Lin's Gone Shopping is making a comeback on the big screen for its 10th anniversary...

Jazzing up the scene with his soulful baritone

MOVE over Norah Jones and Jamie Cullum, there's a "new" kid in town. ...

Writing to exorcise his personal demons

IT didn't take much to convince famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle to work on the Penang-set You Mean the World to Me (YMTWTM). The regular Wong Kar-wai collaborator fell for the island's idyllic charms - as quickly as he did with the deeply personal script penned by Malaysian writer...

An unsettling and original Malaysian family drama

FAMILY dramas, when mishandled, can be a mess of clichés - just watch any episode of TV's Growing Up! ...

World traveller

To mark the second anniversary The Hour Glass's partnership with NOMOS Glashütte, the independent German watchmaking company has crafted 50 special limited edition NOMOS Red Dot watches based on its worldtimer Zürich Weltzeit. ...

Mundane tasks take on new meanings

IN Time To Come is one of Tan Pin Pin's most experimental and genre-bending works...

Jazz's gentle giant sings for a better tomorrow

GREGORY Porter faces stiff musical competition at home: his son's favourite musicians are his dad and a certain pop star named Bruno Mars...

Mr Big defies the odds on supergroup's new album

DESPITE being diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease three years ago, Mr Big's drummer Pat Torpey refuses to hang up his drum sticks...

Jazz it up

Two-time Grammy winner Gregory Porter returns to Singapore next week, this time to headline his first show at Capitol Theatre. He was last here in 2014, as part of the line-up of the inaugural Singapore International Jazz Festival.

Perfecting Perth

Perth's serenity takes a bit of getting used to. Compared to Melbourne and Sydney, the Western Australian city's reputation as a sleepy town precedes it for better or worse...

Party essentials

KEF has launched the eighth iteration of its hugely popular Q Series speakers with new features made to enhance performance and design.

Arthouse tribute to dialects

SINGAPORE'S next generation of film-makers Kirsten Tan (Pop Aye), Eva Tang (The Songs We Sang), He Shuming (And The Wind Falls), Liao Jiekai (Red Dragonflies) and Jun Chong go back to basics with the omnibus 667...

Revisiting a fan and band favourite

IT has been a long time coming but Dream Theater has finally scored a number one album more than three decades in.

Cult classic

The Project celebrates the 25th anniversary of Reservoir Dogs with a one-off screening of Quentin Tarantino's 1992 directorial debut...

Racing beats

The Singapore Grand Prix isn't just for people who like watching noisy cars go round and round; it's for music lovers as well and this year's off-track concert line-up has something for everyone...