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Restaurants

Jimmy Monkey too

After two years of feeding the ladies who lunch and the have-eggs-Benedict-will-travel crowd, Jimmy Monkey returns to its coffee-serious roots with a brew bar in the condominium block opposite its original outlet, in Buona Vista. 

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Look up in the sky – it's chap chye (and more of Shermay's Peranakan dishes)

Like most other homegrown brands, the local carrier's jumping on the SG50 bandwagon with a Singapore Heritage Cuisine menu onboard all Singapore Airlines flights out of the city and its Changi Airport lounges from July to September. 

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Discover our neighbourhoods in the July issue

We went on the hunt for the hippest heartland ’hood in Singapore, weighing in factors such as dining, leisure, culture and heritage, and shopping. Think of it as our very own, 100 percent unscientific ‘liveability’ report. Find out who emerged victor in our Neighbourhood Wars. 

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Sex and dating

Find me a date

Every month, we set up two readers on a blind date one of our favourite restaurants or bars – and it's on us!

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Art

Interview: Sonny Liew

An alternate Singapore – that’s the crux of cartoonist Sonny Liew’s new graphic novel, Chen Huiyun finds out

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Art

In\Visible Structures

Works by three young local artists – Danielle Tay, Jonathan Tan and Angela Guo – challenge viewers to look beneath the surface.

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Theatre

Scenes

Ever had the urge, during a play, to yell out to the characters what you think they should do? You’ll get your chance in Scenes Festival, put together by Drama Box in celebration of its 25th anniversary this year. It’s called ‘forum theatre’, and the local troupe is something of a specialist in the form, having staged such productions – even in the heartlands – since its inception. Forum theatre usually involves a cast of oppressed characters who cause a series of conflicts. Audience members are encouraged to stop the play at a point at which they think a character could’ve handled a situation differently, and are given the chance to change it. 

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Art

Loke Hong Seng: A Social Portrait of Singapore

The local photographer captures the development of Singapore between 1963 and 1985 – including the fight for independence to modernisation – in his solo exhibition, showcasing photos that have never been displayed before.

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Another Country

Audiences are taken on a trip through the shared memories and squabbles of Singapore and Malaysia. Read our interview with one of the directors, Ivan Heng, here.

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Ernest Goh: Breakfast at 8, Jungle at 9

A selection of the animal photographer’s new works is displayed in the first exhibition at Objectifs’ new space. Visitors can also ‘wrap’ an installation of everyday objects with nature by applying stickers of insects and animals made by the artist.

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The best of Singapore

The best Singapore Slings

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The best churros in Singapore

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Best views in Singapore

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The best tea rooms in Singapore

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The best restaurants for communal dining

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The best brunch in Singapore

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101 things to do in Singapore

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