Locking Horns With Sound

In a changing industry, the most efficient methods still work best, enhanced by a keen aesthetic. By Rai Vikhnod Much has changed in the audio space in recent years thanks...

Sketching A Future

Do we love art, or do we love the money in art? By Basia Chow There are, have been, and will occur, significant art transactions which take place worldwide. The leading...

Eye Of The STORM

Take aim at the Eye Of The STORM and your shots could win you a prize. Starting 4th July, every Monday, STORM will blow in with a new theme on...

Floating Nowhere Fast

Staycations are fun getaways for the weekends, but fancy hotels can get a little boring after a while. How about you grab your swimming trunks and the sunscreen and...

Bold Play

In stark contrast to the image of the classical pianist who prefers the craft to take centrestage, Khatia Buniatishvili is quite content to brighten the spotlight. By Kannan Chandran....

More Meaningful Than Successful

There’s no point making art that satisfies everybody. As Festival Director of the O.P.E.N and SIFA, Ong Keng Sen expresses his views on society, politics and ideology. By Basia...

5 Places That Might Get You the Most Likes on IG (and other social...

Your holiday snaps are part of your adventure. KAYAK.sg says they’ve identified the best five spots. But surely there are more. Send us your faves! Sharing your experiences through social...

Norway’s Northern Lights

CRUISING the waters to the north of Norway offers dogs, ice hotels and heavenly lights. It was a bumpy ride, but a thoroughly enjoyable one. And it helps to have...

Kranji, The City’s Countryside

Step out of the city and into Kranji, where nature meets the city slicker desperately seeking to discover his inner green thumb. As city slickers, the attraction of orderly streets...

Watch Out Hollywood

Foreign films are staking their claim. Storm interviews director of The Admiral, Roel Reiné. By Basia Chow Roel Reiné’s easy nature and affable manner is a far cry from the...