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47 unmissable things to do in Singapore in August
Singapore’s 18th LGBTQI festival and pride season IndigNation, everyone’s favorite Night Festival, Films at the Fort, and so much more
Eat new in August: All the new menus at old favorites right now
Lots of Italian, some local spreads, and a touch of Sichuan
Alchemist Beer Lab
The best Happy Hour deals in Singapore
Why pay more when you can pay less
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Understanding local nostalgia: Do Singaporeans actually care about heritage?
A week after National Day, we look at just how tricky the never-ending trip down memory lane really is
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7 places with the best cold brews to fuel your daily grind
Wake up and smell the cold coffee
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RuPaul's Shangela is taking her tour to Singapore this December—Halleloo?
She might or might not pop out of a box
6 artsy markets to visit in August
Surprise surprise—spotlight’s on local makers
Singapore Night Festival returns with artworks from non-artists
Talk about thinking outside the box

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SG Weekend: 27 exciting things to do in Singapore (Aug 17-19)
More festivals, boozy events and parties than we can handle
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The Weeknd to make first Asia tour, Singapore debut in December
Will we be able to feel our faces when we finally see him live? 
You Mean The World To Me
Expect horror, action and lots of drama on set at this year’s Malaysian Film Festival
One quick weekend presenting the best of Malaysian cinema 
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The uneasy process of creating a dance for sexual violence survivors
How Maya Dance Theatre is changing society one meaningful production at a time
Singapopera
Cue Singapopera, Dick Lee's latest creation in a nostalgic mashup of local musicals
Could have been an alternative to NDP, perhaps
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8 upcoming Asian gigs to catch for the rest of 2018
Mandopop, Kpop and local acts await
Films At The Fort 2018
23 fun things to do in Singapore this week (Aug 13-17)
Films, concerts, and an all-ages Emo Night at the Esplanade
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Watch senior talents prove that old is still gold at Silver Arts 2018
We can only hope we'll be this cool in the future

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Suicide Club. Photo credit: BooksActually Facebook
5 new SingLit titles to look out for this month
Time to refresh your reading list
Only hardcore caffeine heads allowed at Singapore’s first coffee cocktail bar
May we interest you in a Buttery Nipple?
Fakkah Fuzz. Photo credit: Kilo Lounge's Facebook page
5 Comedy Clubs to actually LOL at
It's less awkward than you think it'll be
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Restaurants worth dining at in Sentosa and Harbourfront
Quality not quantityPart of our Top Tables: Singapore Restaurant Guide 2018.     
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Get ready to feast on authentic Thai when Chang Sensory Trails returns this month
Thai food, beer and music is always a winning combination
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See Singapore through the lens of everyday photographers
When you pick up a special Singapore edition of National Geographic
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Don’t like NDP? Here are other things you can do on Aug 9
You can tape the blasted parade anyway
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The Great Food Festival returns to Resorts World Sentosa, this time with more than just food
Now with wine-pairing and a custom built gin garden
The Rabbit Hole
Places in and around Holland Village for a tipple or three
Don’t underestimate Singapore’s western districtPart of our Nightlife Guide 2018.   
Baybeats returns this August with more than just rock 'n' roll
Your (free) mid-year music festival fix 
Tada—yet another ride hailing app drives onto our shores
Bonus: No cancellation fees
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Flip through an exclusive photobook from Singapore’s best photographers and filmmakers
In 30 pictures, this is what our visual arts scene looks like
In defence of the ang ku kueh cushion
A look behind the brand that catapulted local nostalgia