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Kilo Lounge. Photo credit: Kilo Lounge's Facebook
24 awesome things to do in Singapore this week (Feb 26-Mar 2)
Kumar's highly anticipated 50th birthday celebration and show, Peach Pit's gig, a French festival, and more
Siti Khalijah Zainal in How Did the Cat Get So Fat?
5 introspective plays by female playwrights to catch in April
The Esplanade celebrates girl power for its 15th anniversary

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Photo credit: Taken from Iron & Wine's Facebook page
Iron & Wine is finally coming to Singapore
With a full band, too
Peroni Sunset Cinema 2017
The Peroni Sunset Cinema on Tanjong Beach just released its lineup of film screenings
Get them before you’re left with nothing but regrets
Image courtesy of BP Loh
In pictures: What to look forward to at i Light 2018
Light-up cows, man-made lalang, and an installation made of waste
Bayswater Kitchen
The best restaurants to cave in to Valentine’s Day commercialism; by cuisine
If you’re going to be spending money, might as well spend it at the right place
Shane Filan. Photo credit: Shane Filan's Facebook page
Former frontman of Westlife returns to Singapore this March
…with a solo showcase to boot
Singapore Improv Festival 2016
You’re the boss at the second Singapore Improv Festival returning this March
As the cliche saying goes, expect the unexpected
Secret Theatre Project
The world’s most secretive theater experience is finally coming to Singapore
Buy a ticket, then find out where to meet
Photo credit: Marina Bay Sands
Upcoming exhibitions to check out in 2018
Impressionism, celebrity photography, or interactive installations—take your pick
Photo credit: Singapore International Jazz Festival Facebook
Singapore’s biggest jazz festival is returning this April
Acts to catch: Jamie Cullum, Lauryn Hill and Lalah Hathaway
Singapore Airshow 2016
46 unmissable things to do in Singapore in February
Only 28 days, but still full of hot parties, heart-wrenching musicals and the return of the biennial Singapore Airshow
Art Skins on Monuments
Tired of projection mapping? Well it's nowhere near its peak yet, say artists
A look at how far the festival-favorite medium has come
Singapore’s most esteemed disabled artists exhibit oriental works for Chinese New Year
The first in a series of three art exhibitions