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Beef it up with BT Weekend
TXULETON, tri-tip. Wagyu, dry-aged. Longhorn, shorthorn. These are just some of the terms tripping off the tongues of beef connoisseurs as they embark on their quest for the ultimate steak. Find out more about the latest meaty trends in this weekend's magazine.
Check out also how seemingly banal objects such as a cassette tape or iPhone can become such powerful works of art in the hands of Michael Craig-Martin. And follow veteran boutique hotel designer Anouska Hempel as she makes her debut in a Singapore property.
In Singapore's quest to build up our cartoon network, have local animation studios fallen by the wayside? Our Brunch feature in the main paper takes a hard look at the state of the industry.
Disrupted speaks to Soho, a brave new app from Australia that will soon launch in Singapore, taking on big names such as PropertyGuru and 99.co in an already saturated property search market.
Harvey Weinstein may be the talk of the town, yet the online chatter is but a cheap response to heinous controversy, says Sass & The City.
Hospitality is a big part of sports marketing, and the BNP Paribas Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Finals Racquet Club programme is a swinging success, as The Finish Line finds out.
Wondering what to do with that en bloc windfall? We suggest you trade up to the world's finest motorcar - the new Rolls-Royce Phantom. Yours for S$1,778,888 and up. Also in BT Motoring, why Mercedes is the king of SUVs, and reviews of Mazda's new CX-9 and the Mercedes-Benz GLC 200.
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