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Janie Dee

We speak to veteran stage actress Janie Dee, who will be starring in the Globe Theatre's rendition of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Esplanade Theatre. The talented thespian tells us how she started out in theater, her proudest stage moment and what alternative career route she would have chosen.

Yoga Beat at Orchard Road

From concerts to art fairs and even a sneaker convention, here's our guide to all the cool events happening this November.

From What is Before

Singapore’s biggest film festival is just around the corner, making its highly-anticipated return after a two-year hiatus. Here are 5 shows we’ll definitely be catching.


We got a sneak peak of local Malay film Banting, which opens in cinemas on Oct 31.


The festive season is not just about parties and drink promos, there's also no better time to head to the theater. 

Kirstie Gannaway

The second female professional MMA fighter in history to join the Evolve Fight Team, Kirstie Gannaway competes at the prestigious One Fighting Championship this November. We chat to her about her indulgences, how she spends her downtime, and being a female in a male-dominated industry. 

Milan Image Art Fair

Art enthusiasts have plenty to look forward to in the upcoming months with these four new art fairs. 

Library@Orchard Prototype credit: National Library Board

After almost 7 years, the Library@Orchard makes its much-awaited return to town.

DJ Arty

The rising house DJ has performed at some of the biggest clubs and festivals across the globe, and will be spinning at Zouk tomorrow. Here he talks about alternative career paths, his other-worldly ambitions and what his parents think of his job.


Returning to Singapore for a performance in November, guitarist Dan Estrin of popular rock band Hoobastank talks to us about his favorite songs, some memorable touring experiences and the highs and lows of life on the road. 

Sayang Disyang by Sanif Olek

With the recent submission of Sanif Olek’s Sayang Disayang for the Oscars, 2014 is looking to be a good year for local films. Here are three that we’re particularly excited about in the coming weeks.